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FAQ  What to do if someone has a stroke

Unlock the front door so the first responders can get in the house or apartment easily.

Comfort the person. Hold his or her hand. Tell them it’s going to be all right. You want to keep their blood pressure low and anxiety to a minimum.

Stay with the person until you are sure emergency personnel understand that you suspect a stroke and you know they have complete control of the situation.

If you can, find the person’s health insurance card and contact information. If possible, find emergency contact information for loved ones or support of the person. Give this information to the emergency responders.

Know What a Stroke Looks Like
The following are common stroke symptoms:
Reported numbness in one side
Tingling like pins and needles on one side of the body
Unexpected or explained weakness on one side
Inability to move muscles on one side of the body – for example, having trouble moving facial muscles or having trouble lifting a leg or an arm
Blurry vision
Stumbling over words
Forgetting words
Opening the mouth to speak, but being unable to say anything clear or intelligible
Drooling
Dizziness
Feeling unstable while standing or walking
Complaining of a headache

In most cases, a stroke will come on suddenly. However, a person may suffer a small stroke and not realize it, or only suffer mild symptoms. He or she may feel weak and dizzy, but then ignore the symptoms because they went away. Watch for symptoms like slurred speech, changes in facial muscle usage, inability to smile or communicate properly. It’s important to get even small strokes checked out so you can prevent future strokes.



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