Handling In Mild Strokes?

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good morning … “… I want to ask … if a mild stroke can recover quickly and what should be done …

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Mild stroke, or in medical language is called as Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA), is a condition in which there is a disruption of blood flow to the brain due to a temporary blockage in the blood vessels of the brain (less than 24 hours) and does not cause permanent brain tissue damage.


Although it is said to be a mild stroke and does not cause permanent damage, this condition remains dangerous because it is a 'sign' that one day if not prevented, get proper therapy and treat the underlying cause well, a high risk of having a more severe stroke.


Therefore, this condition should not be considered mild and must be treated properly as recommended by the treating neurologist. If there are other medical conditions that are at high risk of causing a stroke (such as high blood pressure, diabetes, vascular disorders, heart disease), it is strongly recommended to be treated routinely and in a controlled manner, and to carry out all other recommendations given by the treating doctor.


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