One month before, your body will warn you that you will have an embolism. pay attention to the symptoms and consult your doctor in case of suspicion.
With more propensity in women, the embolism is a disease that year after year, leaves hundreds of people dead or at best, with severe alterations in health.
Scientific studies have found that 80% of people with embolism are over 65 years of age. However, young people are also prone to suffering from it.
The embolism is known as the obstruction of a blood vessel, a plunger or clot formed by fat, air or tumor cells, which was transported by the circulatory system.
This causes that the affected area does not receive enough oxygen, causing a paralysis or numbness due to the death of the cells.
Your early detection is key in your treatment, so clearing your symptoms can help you determine if you are possibly suffering from an embolus and save your life.
Since the disease manifests itself differently in men and women, there are generic symptoms that can guide you.
Dizziness, language impairments, blurred vision, memory problems, numbness in the limbs, and paralysis on one side of the body are some of the symptoms that may help you determine if you have a stroke.
However, hiccups, breathing difficulties, seizures of epilepsy, loss of consciousness, weakness, hallucinations and nausea are the most common symptoms of women suffering from an embolism.
Regular medical check-ups for the prevention of the disease are not yet in place. Calling an ambulance immediately upon feeling the symptoms can be key to saving your life.
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Source: Salud Natural 444