Signs of a Transient Ischemic Attack TIA and What to Do When It Occurs

Sudden weakness in any arm or leg.

Sudden changes in sensation (to touch, pain, or heat), speech, or vision.

Acute confusion or memory lapses that last for a few minutes to hours.

Any or all of these symptoms may resolve spontaneously, but this is no reason to rejoice. Go to your doctor or emergency room immediately, preferably accompanied by someone close to you.

Like Joe Smith, many people tend to wait because they usually recover without a hitch from the initial TIA, and when the full-blown stroke strikes it is often too late to treat effectively.

Types of Small and Large Strokes Thrombosis (clotting).

Embolism (blood clot from the heart is propelled into the brain). Hemorrhage (bleeding, as from an aneurysm).

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