what is a double stroke - health related?

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Answered: Are their any early signs of a stroke?

Stroke occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted, or by a clot or a ruptured blood vessel. When a part of the brain, which has lost more blood to get oxygen and other nutrients it needs, it begins to die. Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the ...

Answered: What is the percentage of teens having strokes? My 18yo. daughter had a

Here's an article for you. It's kind of scary http://theweek.com/article/index/212127/why-are-americas-teens-having-more-strokes

Answered: Are there any effective facial exercises which target towards improving a

As far as I am aware, there are no exercises that could help you in getting rid of a double chin or a saggy one for that matter. Facial exercises do, till a certain extent, allow for a firmer facial skin which will make it look younger.

Answered: Is "Double or Lose" correct words in English?? I need to named my game

"Double or Nothing" is the more typical phrase. "Double or lose" is how backgammon doubles work; you either agree to double the stakes, or concede.

Answered: Differences between a mini stroke and a regular stroke?

Mini stroke is only a temporary interruption of blood flow to a part of the brain. Unlike stroke, it doesn't destroy brain cells or lead to disability. Take stroke screenings to avoid strokes. See https://www.seniorwealthclub.com/

Answered: What are the long term effects of a stroke?

It depends on the type and severity of the stroke, as well as the general health of the victim. Some people have virtually no permanent damage, others may be incapacitated for decades.
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What is a silent stroke?

These are small strokes that do not cause any symptoms. Silent strokes still damage brain tissue so prevention of it is much needed. Take stroke screenings at http://seniorwealthclub.com/

How is invulnerable related to wound?

First let me say, "Google is your friend." Typing "invulnerable" into Google search spits back: "in·vul·ner·a·ble adjective: impossible to harm or damage. synonyms: impervious , insusceptible , immune ." Doing the same thing with "wound" gives you: wound wo?ond/ noun an injury to ...

What causes strokes?

Stroke is also commonly known as a brain attack. As implied by the term, a stroke is when the blood supply to the brain falls insufficient, thus causing the death of the cells. This majorly happens because of blood clot in any one of the vital blood vessel that supplies blood to the brain (Ischemic ...

Silent Stroke

I would assume a "silent stroke" is like a "silent heart attack". My Mother had a silent "heart attack" but she had symptoms.......she was nauseated, she was sweating profusely, she looked pale. I personally had a stroke and it was not silent by any stretch of the imagination. I truthfully cannot ...