I have a question about heart attacks.
It’s not that I’m trying to convince you to become a heart patient or anything like that.
I’m trying out a question I’ve been asked countless times: how do you survive a stroke?
It’s a question you may ask yourself a million times before you answer.
But you have to ask yourself it because a stroke is not an easy thing to recover from.
If you are suffering from a stroke, it can be difficult to stay conscious, to remember what you’ve just done and to talk to anyone.
To make things worse, stroke survivors often have no idea when they’re likely to experience another stroke.
So they might not even know how long they have to live before they get another stroke or even if they will even have a chance at surviving another stroke, say researchers at the University of New South Wales in Sydney.
So to survive strokes, you have a lot of things to do.
You need to be aware of the signs, such as how you move your head and the way your eyes and ears move.
You also need to know when you are in danger of dying.
It’s important to remember, however, that stroke survivors can have a variety of symptoms and they can have to rely on others to help them.
Some stroke survivors may feel like they’re going through a mental breakdown, but they may not know they have a stroke.
Other stroke survivors, such a children and adolescents, might not be aware that they have an injury or that they’ve had a stroke and may not have been aware of their options for coping.
People with stroke tend to experience some symptoms of the disease, including fatigue, weakness, headaches, dizziness, nausea, loss of appetite and weight loss, and sometimes dizziness itself.
But it’s important not to be too quick to judge stroke survivors or to assume that stroke is something they’re just going to have to deal with.
Even if they do experience some of these symptoms, they may have little chance of surviving another one.
They can still make progress.
A stroke survivor is less likely to die from a heart or respiratory condition such as pneumonia, or from a blood clot in their lungs, which could cause brain damage or even death.
The longer the stroke lasts, the more likely it is to leave a permanent mark.
The researchers who conducted this study have found that a stroke survivor with a stroke who was unaware of their condition would likely be more likely to have a relapse of the condition.
This is because a survivor with stroke might feel more hopeless and more isolated than someone who has no stroke.
There are other ways stroke survivors are able to survive stroke.
One of them is that they can learn to cope.
Stroke survivors who can learn about how to deal can learn how to survive from a life perspective, says researcher Professor John Wills, who is also a professor of medicine at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
For example, if you are a stroke victim, and you are very young, your family members may help you with homework.
For stroke survivors who are older, they can find out what they can do to help themselves and other stroke survivors by playing games such as the game Scrabble, where the goal is to create the most complicated words in order to get a higher score.
This game helps stroke survivors to cope with their challenges and to be more resilient.
Another way stroke survivors learn how not to die is by using their imagination.
Strokes can cause people to lose their sense of humour and lose interest in everyday life, so stroke survivors could learn to use their imagination to make it through the day.
As a stroke patient, you can learn a lot about your condition and your future health and about how you can survive and recover from stroke, says Dr Laura Mearns, a senior lecturer in health sciences at the Melbourne University School of Medicine.
“The fact that stroke patients have a range of symptoms that can make them feel worse is very reassuring,” she says.
You can also learn how stroke survivors recover from other causes of death such as cancer, heart disease, chronic kidney disease and stroke.
Strokenews website is www.strokerecovery.org.au.