Hemorrhagic stroke is a type of stroke that develops when a blood vessel in the brain bursts or releases blood. The symptoms of hemorrhagic stroke vary from person to person, although they are virtually always present just after a stroke occurs. Symptoms differ depending on which area of the brain is damaged.
Stroke risk is increased by age and family history. Symptoms of transient ischemic attacks usually last only 5 minutes or less. Some symptoms may last up to 24 hours.
How to Prevent Stroke.
Stroke risk is increased by age and family history, although it can be reduced by controlling factors that are within one’s control. Consistent physical activity, eating more vegetables, nuts, and beans, and eliminating tobacco use can help reduce the risk of stroke.
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