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​Symptoms of a Stroke (Paralysis)

​Symptoms of a Stroke (Paralysis)Face: The patient's face may have sagged to one side, the individual may be unable to smile, or the mouth and eye structure may have drooped.

Arms: Weakness or numbness in the arm may occur, making it difficult to lift both arms.
Despite seeming alert, they may be incomprehensible or unable to communicate at all; moreover, they may be delayed in understanding what you are saying, or they may be unable to follow up.
Time: If you detect any of these stroke symptoms, which are also warning indications of a mini-stroke, you should call your doctor right once.

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