Relationship Of Hypotension With The Incidence Of Stroke?
, my father is 55 years old and is an active smoker. From Thursday my father likes to feel numb on the left side of the face, on Sundays my mother saw my father talking was not symmetrical. The left lip is not raised, if the smile is also not moving. Finally taken to the hospital he said there was a narrowing of blood vessels. Even though my father has low blood pressure, can he have a stroke? How to handle it other than taking medication from a doctor. What kind of therapy can be done at home? Oh yes, I read coriander soaking water can help stroke, is that right? Thank you
Stroke is a condition where there is an interruption in blood flow to the brain, either because of blockages in blood vessels or because of broken blood vessels. Stroke is a disease that is affected due to various factors, stroke is not only affected because of high blood pressure. Some risk factors that can cause strokes such as diabetes mellitus, smoking history, high blood pressure. High blood pressure or low blood pressure can both affect the occurrence of stroke.
Stroke can cause symptoms such as weakness in one of the limbs, slurred speech, asymmetrical lips, so that it can be accompanied by decreased consciousness. Stroke treatment varies, depending on the type of stroke (bleeding or blockage) and also depends on the location and area of the stroke. Therefore it is recommended that your father go directly to a neurologist so that he can examine your father's condition further.
You can do light massage on weak limbs, do passive movements on your father's arms and legs to train muscles. Your father can also do physiotherapy.
Amniotic soaking water is not medically proven to treat stroke. Perform routine treatment by routine to the doctor yes. Do not use herbal medicines whose effectiveness is not clinically proven.
The following article you can read about stroke
may be useful. Thank you