Dizziness, unsteadiness or an unusually severe headache
A change in mental abilities
Numbness, weakness or paralysis in face, arm or leg on one side of the body
Garbled speech or inability to speak
Eye problems—sudden dimness of vision in one eye or double vision
Receive immediate medical help, as these symptoms may disappear quickly, and there may be no second warning
A Stroke is a medical emergency and by recognising the symptoms you could save a life – maybe even your own.