10 Signs of a Stroke

4. Loss of sensation

Sometimes people lose vibratory sensation on their skin, gradually or suddenly, before the occurrence of actual stroke. The signals sent by their brain to the different parts of their body do not reach or get damaged at their proper destination due to stoke which end-up in temporary or permanent loss of sensation in that particular area. This loss of sensation can be observed in various parts of their body and senses including tasting, hearing and smelling etc. Most of the survivors experience sensation difficulties even after recovering from stroke like reduced or loss of sensation of temperature as well as hypersensitivity to touch etc.

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