Stroke symptoms: Seven atypical signs of a stroke you should look out for

Strokes can begin with odd symptoms which can quickly escalate into the peak of this medical emergency.

A stroke will begin when the blood supply is cut off from your brain which can cause painful headaches and confusion.

One of the earliest symptoms of a stroke are dizziness, loss of balance, headaches and feeling like your brain is ‘offline’.

While the most well-known symptoms of a stroke describe a droopy face and weak limbs, these early symptoms are crucial to spotting a stroke early and acting fast.


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