Stroke is caused by the poor blood flow to the brain which causes cell death. There are three types of strokes
- Ischemic Stroke
- Hemorrhagic stroke
- Transient ischemic Attack
- A condition where the vessels of the brain are narrowed or blocked, leading to poor blood supply, which results in cell death or tissue death.
- Ischemic stroke is caused due to lack of blood supply.
- Hemorrhagic stroke is due to bleeding in the brain causing inability to move (one side) dizziness, difficulty in speaking, decreased movement, and vision.
- Can be cured by administering blood thinners, thrombocyte done, control BP, surgery to remove clot.
- EECP, HBOT, Chelation, OZONE.
To ease for patient or relative understanding symptoms for stroke someone can keep in mind “FAST”
Others symptoms include:
F – Face drooping
A – Arm Weakness
S – Speech difficulty
T– Time to rush to doctor
Other symptoms can be:
- Sudden confusion
- Sudden numbness of arm, legs and face especially one side of the body
- Sudden trouble in seeing one eye or both the eyes
- Sudden imbalance while walking
- Helps the overall health of the patient.
- Increase supply of oxygen to the brain reduces brain swelling.
- Reduces the extent of irreversible brain damage.
- Does not have any side effects.
- Patient will not have to be hospitalised.
Non Invasive Treatment