Stroke Signs & Symptoms

  • Numbness or weakness of one side or limb, or side of the face
  • Difficulty speaking or understanding
  • Difficulty seeing, or double vision
  • Dizziness, poor coordination
  • Difficulty with walking and balance
  • Confusion or lethargy
  • Severe headache, without history of similar headaches


Ischemic Stroke is when a blood clot, likely a fatty deposit, is lodged in a blood vessel. The blood vessels supply blood to the brain.

Hemorrhagic Stroke occurs when a blood vessel ruptures. A blood vessel bursts when the vessel is weakened by high blood pressure and aneurysm.

Transient Ischemic Attack or “Mini-Stroke” is not obvious like Ischemic or Hemorrhagic stroke. The stroke is caused by clots that the natural anticoagulants in the body break down.