Strokes are life threatening medical accidents that take place when blood is stopped from flowing to some or all parts of the brain. Blood clots that formed in a person's blood vessels leading to his brain may break free and thus injure the brain or even cause death. In a lot of cases, the cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds the brain serves as a lubricant and keeps it from bleeding or other damages. The three main types of stroke include: ischemic stroke, hemorrhagic stroke and transient ischemic attack. While most strokes occur in people who are in their fifties and older, new studies show that middle-aged and elderly people are at a higher risk of getting these kinds of strokes.
The three main categories of stroke are: ischemic stroke, hemorrhagic stroke and transient ischemic attack. An ischemic stroke is a stroke that takes place when blood flow to the brain is blocked by a lesion or a small blood vessel that breaks away from the main blood vessel and reaches the brain. This may happen because of a blood clot (thrombus) that forms inside a blood vessel, or it may also be because the blood vessel itself breaks and fragments in the brain. An ischemic stroke can affect any part of the body but is most common in areas such as the brain, lungs, heart and legs. It can cause major damage to the brain and thus may lead to a loss of consciousness, paralysis, coma or death.
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A hemorrhagic stroke occurs when a blood clot (thrombus) forms in a blood vessel and bursts, usually in the arm or the head, and thus damaging the brain. A rupture that occurs in the brain may cause internal bleeding and thus can result in death. Hemorrhagic strokes are more common with younger women than with men. Also, a previous hemorrhagic event is one of the factors for a higher risk of developing a recurrent stroke within 5 years of the first one.
The third category is called atypical strokes. They occur when the blood clots in a different location than where it is supposed to break free from the arteries, usually in the veins. Common symptoms include pain and swelling in the area where the clotted blood is forming, weakness, nausea, dizziness, fainting or unconsciousness. These symptoms tend to appear after someone has suffered an ischemic stroke, but they can also be caused by a hemorrhagic attack.
The last, but certainly not the least, is called a transient ischemic attack (tia). A person with a transient ischemic attack will feel no obvious signs of discomfort, but they may develop mild to moderate weakness or dizziness. If the onset of the attack happens just as the patient is getting up from bed, the attack is classified as a transient. The duration of the attack is very short. Most people who have had a transient stroke will recover fully, but others will suffer a recurrence within a few days.
Stroke does not always result in death, but it is still a serious medical event. There are many different types of stroke and people are grouped into certain risk factors. The risk factors for various types of strokes can be found out by doctors and researchers through research. However, the main factors involved are as follows:
Hypertension or high blood pressure is known to be one of the major contributing factors. This increases the pressure of the arteries, which causes them to swell, break and become easily blocked. When they become swollen and/or blocked, blood cannot flow to the brain correctly. One of the main causes of this is because of the narrowing or opening of the arteries and it is one of the main reasons why so many people suffer from a stroke each year. Two of the other main causes are atherosclerosis and ischemic heart disease.
For those who suffer from a hemorrhagic stroke, they lose part or all of their cerebrospinal fluid. This can prevent brain cells from functioning correctly. When the brain cells are unable to work, the person will lose consciousness and stop moving. This is a very serious condition and can lead to permanent damage if the damage is not treated. There are many different types of hemorrhagic strokes occurring each year, but the main two that you need to be aware of are as follows:
These are the main types of strokes and there are many more that are occurring each year. The main thing you need to remember is that if you have any of these conditions, you should seek treatment immediately. The earlier that you can be treated, the better. Don't let the condition develop into something worse than it is.