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2. Headache and dizziness
Headache and dizziness is a very common physiological phenomenon, occasional one or two headaches and dizziness If you take painkillers or adjust by the body itself, the situation will improve, but if you have long-term headache, dizziness, dizziness, dizziness, decreased vision, dark eyes, tinnitus, etc., you need to consider whether it is the brain Blood vessels are blocked. Cerebral ischemia and hypoxia can easily lead to the above situation. If similar situations often occur, check as soon as possible
3, drooling while sleeping
I usually see food drooling, which is It’s the body that prepares for eating, which is normal. However, if you often drool while sleeping, and it is mainly manifested as unilateral drooling, you need to be alert to the occurrence of cerebral thrombosis. Poor blood supply to the brain may cause the brain nerve center to lose control of muscle regulation. When this happens, great attention must be paid.
4. Chest tightness, shortness of breath, and poor breathing
Thrombosis may occur in any part of the body. When the respiratory function of the lungs is affected, the symptoms of chest tightness, shortness of breath and shortness of breath are prone to occur. If a similar situation occurs frequently, it is best to go to the hospital for an examination and receive relevant treatment if necessary.
In general, blocked blood vessels and poor blood circulation in the body may affect the normal physiological activities of the body, and even life-threatening in severe cases. The thrombosis must be treated in time, otherwise it will be troublesome to drag it into a cerebral infarction. However, the occurrence of thrombus is not achieved overnight, but a slow and gradual process. Therefore, mastering some laws of thrombus and taking timely treatment measures in the early stage of the disease can minimize the harm of thrombus.
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