Most of the people around the world do not take the Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIAs) seriously. They believe that there is nothing to worry. The Transient Ischemic Attacks are more commonly known as a mini stroke.
People fail to understand that Transient Ischemic Attacks are like a sign. Our body is telling us to be extra careful about our heart condition. They come with a strong risk of stroke and heart attack.
In a new study, it is confirmed that a person who has suffered from a Transient Ischemic Attack and has no previous history of coronary artery disease, has double the risk of having a stroke or heart attack.
The commonly known symptoms for Transient Ischemic Attacks are numbness or weakness in the face, arm or leg, confusion, double vision or loss of vision, faintness and difficulty in walking or talking. In a Transient ischemic attack a person’s blood flow to the brain is temporarily disrupted.
A person should be extra careful as after this attack this can lead to a real stroke that can cause paralysis and speech impairment.
A person should get his blood vessels to the brain and heart examined by a doctor as there can be a strong possibility of a vascular disease. This health check could save his life.
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