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First, a little history:
During the picnic she stumbled and fell. She offered to call an ambulance, but she assured everyone that everything is in order and that she tripped on a rock just because of the new shoes.
As she looked a little pale and trembling, she helped to shake off and brought her a plate of food. Inga rest of the day spent having fun and ease. Later, the spouse of the girl called everyone and said that his wife was taken to hospital. At 23:00 she died. At a picnic with her had suffered a stroke.
If her friends knew how to look like signs of a stroke, she could now live.
Some people do not die immediately. Often they find themselves in a situation in which long periods of time you can still help.
You will only take a moment to read the following ...
Neurosurgeons say if they are within 3 hours of stroke have time to sacrifice, the consequences of an attack can be eliminated. The trick is to identify and diagnose stroke and to begin treatment within the first 3 hours - which is certainly not easy.
Recognize Stroke: There are 4 steps to stroke discernment.
- Ask the person to smile (it can not do)
- Ask to speak a simple sentence (eg, "Today the weather is good.")
- Asked to raise both hands (can not or only partly be able to raise)
- Ask to put out language (if a language is bent, rotated - it is also a sign)
And also, unusually severe headaches, dizziness, numbness, blurred vision.
If problems occur even with one of these tasks - to call an ambulance and describe the symptoms on the phone.
One cardiologist said that by sending this message at least 10 destinations, you can be sure that someone's life - maybe ours - will be saved. We send each day as "garbage" around the world that may be worth it once to put on the wire is really something useful and necessary.