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A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of the brain is suddenly interrupted or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts, spilling blood into the spaces surrounding brain cells. In the same way that a person suffering a loss of blood flow to the heart is said to be having a heart attack, a person with a loss of blood flow to the brain or sudden bleeding in the brain can be said to be having a "brain attack".
Brain cells die when they no longer receive oxygen and nutrients from the blood or when sudden bleeding into or around the brain damages them. Ischemia is the terms used to describe the loss of oxygen and nutrients for brain cells when there is in adequate blood flow.Ischemia ultimately leads to infarction, the death of brain cells which are eventually replaced by a fluid-filled cavity (or infarct)in the injured brain.
When blood flow to the brain is interrupted, some brain cells die immediately,while others remain at risk for death. These damaged cells make up the ischemic penumbra and can linger in a compromised state for several hours. With timely treatment these cells can be saved.
Hemiplegia paralysis of one side of the body.hemiplegic
Alternate hemiplegia paralysis of one side of the face and the opposite side of the body.
cerebral hemiplegia that due to a brain lesion.
crossed hemiplegia alternate .
Facial hemiplegia paralysis of one side of the face.
spastic hemiplegia with spasticity of the affected muscles and increased tendon reflexes.
spinal hemiplegia that due to a lesion of the spinal cord.
Even though a stroke occurs in the unseen reaches of the brain, the symptoms of a stroke are easy to spot. They include sudden numbness or weakness, especially on one side of the body; sudden confusion or trouble speaking or understanding speech;sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes; sudden trouble walking, dizziness,or loss of balance or coordination; or sudden severe headache with no known cause. All of the symptoms of stroke appear suddenly, and often there is more than one symptom at the same time. Therefore stroke can usually be distinguished from other causes of dizziness or headache. These symptoms may indicate that a stroke has occurred and that medical attention is needed immediately.
There are two forms of stroke: is chemic - blockage of a blood vessel supplying the brain, and hemorrhagic - bleeding into or around the brain.
CT-Scan,MRI-determines the exact site and size of hematoma and excludes other pathologies.
Angiography / CT scan angiography
According to Dr. S.K Pathak, Paralysis stroke is a neurological problem
In Paralysis, according to the health status of patients, mostly from the first or second day recovery possible, slowly or faster*.
(Paralysis Stroke treatment by our Wave Therapy at our Center with no side effects, and our by in long-successful research.*)
Muscle cramps can be caused by nerves that malfunction. Some times this malfunction is due to a health problem, such as a spinal cord injury or a pinched nerve in the neck or back.
Other causes are:
Straining or overusing a muscle,
A lack of minerals in your diet or the depletion of minerals in your body,
Not enough blood getting to your muscles,
Cramps can be very painful. Stretching or gently massaging the muscle can relieve this pain.
A cramp is an involuntary and forcibly contracted muscle that does not relax.Cramps can affect any muscle under your voluntary control (skeletal muscle). Muscles that span two joints are most prone to cramping. Cramps can involve part or all of a muscle, or several muscles in a group.
Back of lower leg/calf (gastrocnemius).
Back of thigh (hamstrings).
Front of thigh (quadriceps).
Cramps in the feet, hands, arms, abdomen and along the rib cage are also very common.
Older people are more susceptible to muscle cramps due to normal muscle loss(atrophy) that begins in the mid-40s and accelerates with inactivity. As you age, your muscles cannot work as hard or as quickly as they used to. The body also loses some of its sense of thirst and its ability to sense and respond to changes in temperature.
Some people are pre-dispossed to muscle cramps and get them regularly with any physical exertion. Those at greatest risk for cramps and other ailments related to excess heat include infants and young children, people over age 65, and those who are ill, overweight, overexert during work or exercise, or take drugs or certain medications. Muscle cramps are very common among endurance athletes(i.e., marathon runners and triathletes) and older people who perform strenuous physical activities.
Cramp is a sudden contraction, or spasm, of them useless. It most often occurs at night after turning or stretching during sleep. Cramp usually occurs in the calf muscles, which become hard and tense. It can affect people of all ages,but is particularly common in older people.
e.g Leg cramps are painful contractions of the muscle that happen involuntarily(i.e. without the athlete intending then to happen). Leg cramps affect most people training hard, particularly running at some point and a common site for leg cramps is the calf muscles.