Silent stroke symptoms that are difficult to detect

Silent stroke usually affects only a small area of the brain, but the damage is cumulative. Silent stroke disrupts blood flow to a part of the brain that has no visible function, such as speech or movement. Silent stroke also increases the risk of future symptomatic stroke. One-third of people over the age of 70 have had a silent stroke at least once. Multiple silent strokes put a person at risk for vascular dementia. Complications A silent stroke has its side effects for the rest of its life.
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