Remember the symptoms of stroke.
Sudden weakness or numbness in your face, arm, or leg, or one side of the body, is an indicator you’re about to have a stroke.
You might also have sudden confusion, or have trouble talking. Or trouble walking. The words just don’t come out right.
You may have vision trouble, either in one or both eyes.
Many of the stroke symptoms are not painful, and you may not be aware of them.
You may be trying to talk, but not be aware that the words are coming out right.