Heart Disease And Sleep Talking During Sleep?
Tonight, my mother-in-law had a heart attack. They say it’s blocked. Continue to be confused for the past two days. Here it is again treated at the Hajj hospital. How do you make it recover from the disease? Thank you, and good night 😇😇
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Maybe what is meant by a doctor who treats your in-laws is a blockage in the blood vessels of the brain. Heart trouble is one of the risk factors for blockage of blood vessels in the brain and causes ischemic stroke. Ischemic stroke is a type of stroke that is often found due to lack of oxygen supply in the brain area due to blockages in blood vessels. Blockage of blood vessels can occur by atherosclerosis (narrowing of blood vessels due to a pile of cholesterol plaque in the walls of blood vessels) or arterial thrombosis (blood clots formed from the walls of blood vessels).
As for high blood pressure and heart rhythm disorders such as atrial fibrillation can trigger circulating thrombus and block blood vessels that cannot be passed. The blockage will cause the blocked area to become lack of oxygen.
It is fatal if a blockage occurs in the blood vessels of the brain which can cause strokes. The severity of the stroke depends on the size of the area that does not get oxygen supply due to the blockage.
Symptoms of a variety of strokes, ranging from the weakness of one side of the body both hands and feet, the face is not symmetrical / bitch, difficulty speaking / communicating, seizures to decreased consciousness.
Evaluation is needed related to the patient's previous medical history, and whether there are risk factors for disease such as uncontrolled high blood pressure, previous history of heart problems, frequent smoking / exposure to cigarettes, careless consumption of food, poor lifestyle, etc.
To determine whether an ischemic stroke / blood clot has occurred in the brain, a CT scan should be done to assess the condition of the brain and determine the severity of the blockage suffered.
Regarding treatment, it is generally given based on the cause, degree of damage and severity of the disease found. Blood thinning drugs can help open blocked pathways and prevent the formation of thrombus re-forming. Blood thinning medication is indicated for patients with heart problems, vascular disorders, heart rhythm disorders, congenital heart disorders and strokes. High blood pressure medications, pressure reducing medications in the brain and medications for other heart diseases can help improve the condition of your in-laws.
Keep in mind that stroke treatment requires a short recovery period. Besides medicine, physiotherapy is also needed when the patient's condition has improved to help restore his bodily functions.
Related to this, it's good if you check your mother's condition. Having a direct discussion with a neurologist can help determine the right therapy for your mother.
Do not forget to improve daily lifestyle to prevent complaints arising both in families and patients by regular exercise, improve diet by avoiding fatty foods and salty foods, multiply vegetables, fruit and meet the needs of water. Avoid cigarette smoke, stress and enough rest at home.
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