STROKE: Know the symptoms when seconds count…
STROKE: Know the symptoms when seconds count…

One of the top dangers of leaving high blood pressure untreated is a stroke.

Common stroke symptoms can include:

  • Sudden numbness, tingling, weakness, or loss of movement in your face, arm, or leg, especially on only one side of your body.
  • Sudden vision changes.
  • Sudden trouble speaking.
  • Sudden confusion or trouble understanding simple statements.
  • Sudden problems with walking or balance.
  • A sudden, severe headache that is different from past headaches.
  • Sometimes the symptoms don’t happen suddenly, they may build over hours or gradually over time.
  • Gradual change in walking, balance, thinking, or behavior
    (Source: WebMD)

If you think you or someone else has had a stroke, seconds count, call for emergency assistance right away.

This video below shows a first-hand account of what it’s like to have a stroke,
it gives some really interesting insights to how our brains work.

Very much suggested viewing:

One of the best ways to avoid a stroke is to pay attention to your blood pressure.

When your blood pressure is too high,
the pressure can cause ruptures in the blood vessels in your brain,
causing a stroke.

Strokes can cause brain damage that can take years to heal.
Some strokes are so severe that they’re fatal.

There’s something you can do to prevent strokes…
An excellent method for natural blood pressure control is biofeedback training.
You can literally train your body to lower your blood pressure naturally.
To learn more about The Breathtaking Nature Method, a web-based biofeedback training
program for natural blood pressure control, watch this free video here.