Why Mild Stroke?

A stroke usually refers to the disruption of blood flow to the brain. It is of two types, one is hemorrhagic stroke and the other is ischemic stroke, which does not cause bleeding.

What is a mild stroke?

Mild stroke is a brain disease. It is also called ‘mini stroke’. This type of stroke causes a blockage in the blood flow to the brain, causing a blockage in the blood flow.

When a mild stroke occurs, the blood flow to the brain is temporarily stopped, and it gradually recovers.

According to doctors, the risk of a major stroke from a mild stroke is greatly increased. About 5 percent of the world’s mild stroke patients experience a major stroke in the next 48 hours.

Why is a mild stroke?

High blood pressure, excessive smoking, high blood cholesterol, alcohol, and alcohol consumption, uncontrolled heartbeat and heart disease, diabetes, carotid artery disease, overweight, depression, and depression.