1 Characteristics of the disease
In most cases, repeated cerebral hemorrhage occurs in those patients who do not follow the doctor's recommendations, or are temporarily forgotten about them, believing that their health is already not in danger. Treatment and recovery of the body after a stroke takes a long time, and the main task of the doctor is to prevent relapse, and eliminating the consequences - it's the second thing.
Recommended to read
- Possible consequences of migraine
- DEP: code of disease according to ICD-10
- Proper nutrition after a stroke at home
- Modern drugs from Pressure!
In a repeated stroke, the prognosis will largely depend on the location of the damaged areas of the brain, as well as the consequences of the first stroke.
With minor changes in brain tissue, a person usually quickly recovers and there is a possibility to avoid disability. But most often the disease has a catastrophic effect on the body, which has terrible consequences:
- The second blow is much more difficult for the body, so in most cases, the lethal outcome is inevitable.
- Decrease or total loss of intellectual abilities.
- Complete or partial disability. As a rule, patients have paralysis of the right or left half of the body, but in particularly severe cases, the person paralyzes completely.
- Approximately 80% of patients after secondary hemorrhage in the brain live no more than 5 years.
The severity of the consequences after a relapse largely depends on how quickly the patient was helped. It is important that people who have suffered a stroke are attentive to their health and immediately called for an ambulance if the following symptoms occur:
- a violation of the sensitivity of the body, which usually occurs only in one half;
- paralysis or numbness of individual muscles or any part of the body;
- speech impairment - a person incorrectly pronounces words or speaks vaguely;
- vision impairment or complete blindness of one eye;
- causeless nausea and vomiting;In rare cases,
- is a loss of consciousness;
- distortion of face facial muscles or their paralysis.
2 Preventative measures against the recurrence of the pathological manifestations of
To prevent a stroke again, the patient must follow all the doctor's recommendations, which are aimed at strengthening the body and its recovery. It is important to remember that a successful outcome largely depends not on the drugs, but on the victim himself and the efforts he has made. The list of preventive measures includes the following measures:
- daily monitoring of blood pressure and suppression of its increase;
- rejection of bad habits - smoking, alcohol, etc.;
- transition to a correct, balanced diet;
- administration of medications prescribed by the attending physician;
- performance of medical gymnastics;
- regular visits to the doctor and the delivery of the necessary tests;
- minimizing emotional shocks and stress;
- is a manifestation of physical activity in reasonable measures.
If the timely prevention of stroke after its first occurrence, then a repeated stroke can be avoided altogether. Along with this, modern medicine offers many effective methods of treatment, thanks to which you can quickly restore the body, prevent relapse of the disease.