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What are the telling symptoms of an oncoming stroke?

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What are the telling symptoms of an oncoming stroke?
7 Warning Signs of a Stroke Everyone Should Know

A stroke occurs when blood flow to the brain is interrupted and brain cells begin to die. Strokes can affect people of all ages, but more than one-third of those hospitalized are under 65. High cholesterol, high blood pressure and smoking are major risk factors.
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke emphasizes that time is of the essence when someone has a stroke. Treatment within an hour can prevent long-term disability or death. There are warning signs of a stroke long before it happens. Some of these signs can occur hours, days and sometimes weeks in advance. Here are seven warning signs.
Face drooping
Arm Weakness
Difficulty speaking
Severe headaches
Vision changes
Balance problems
Time is of the essence when you or someone else shows the first signs of a stroke.