The Cause Of Weakness And Dizziness Does Not Disappear After A Stroke?
Hello. Ma’am, when I woke up I suddenly got a stroke on the side of the body, it can’t be felt numb at the same way, it’s not clear, thank God, it’s better to take it home, but it’s brought home, but it’s limp and dizzy, doesn’t it disappear?
Hello, hello Vlocky Al-baedowie thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
You need to understand beforehand, that a stroke is a condition of weakness or disruption in the brain due to a disrupted or reduced supply of blood to the brain caused by a blockage in a blood vessel (ischemic stroke) or a rupture of a blood vessel (hemorrhagic stroke). So that when the oxygen and nutrient intake is disrupted due to a problem in the blood vessels of the brain, the brain cells will die and result in disruption of the sensory or motor system sufferers.
Lackiness and dizziness that is still felt until now is most likely due to the impact of a previous stroke, because when a stroke occurs then some cells or parts of the brain tissue experience lack of oxygen and the brain tissue becomes damaged. Lackiness that occurs due to dineurotransmitter reaction is disrupted and parts of the body become heavier than before stroke. Because there is damage to brain cells, brain cells respond as dizziness in the head.
Our advice is if the dizziness persists even though the consumption of drugs is still done routinely, then you should control it again with the doctor who treats your mother, and for the weakness that is felt it is better if done with expert training (physiotherapist) or physiotherapy, so that limb weakness can be overcome and at least be able to function even if it is not 100% or as it was before the attack. Thus we can convey, hopefully our information can be useful. That's all