4 symptoms to check cerebral blood vessels
Cerebrovascular diseases often lurk in people’s bodies, and they suddenly occur inadvertently, which seriously threatens the health and life of modern people.
The following 4 “signs” can help us to find cerebrovascular diseases in time and protect heart and brain health.
Neurasthenia and fatigue.
In the early stages of degenerative fractures and fracture fractures such as cerebral arteriosclerosis and insufficient blood supply to the brain, symptoms such as neurasthenia often appear, such as unexplained dizziness, headache, tightness and pressure on the head, lethargy, and fatigue.
These symptoms are called “arterial neurasthenia” and usually indicate insufficient blood supply to the brain. It is best to check further and find the problem in time.
Memory diminishes and judgment deteriorates.
Cerebrovascular disease directly affects the cognitive function of the brain, leading to memory loss, especially the failure to remember recent events, abstract figures, etc .; decreased judgment, slow response to incidents, undecided handling of problems, and require the assistance of others andSuggestions can make decisions; and lack of imagination causes cognitive impairment such as unsustainable concentration.
Mood swings and lack of self-control.
Patients with too much cerebrovascular disease will have obvious emotional changes in the early stages, such as emotional instability, temper tantrums, or fragile feelings, sentimental feelings, and excessive concerns about their own health conditions. In severe cases, “arteriosclerotic psychosis” may occur.
Therefore, middle-aged and elderly people often become furious because of trivial matters. When drilling into the horns of a bull, it is necessary to consider whether it is caused by cerebrovascular disease.
Personality is abnormal and moody.
Because the disease is directly affected or indirectly affected, the personality of many patients will change.
For example, people who were originally cheerful and talkative became indifferent, with less interaction with others, lonely and difficult to get close to, or originally introverted, people who were silent became prone to excitement, talk, laugh, etc., and some patients showed moodinessSometimes enthusiastic, sometimes worried.