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A stroke occurs when an artery to the brain becomes blocked or ruptured, which then leads to the death of a certain area of brain tissue and its blood supply causing certain symptoms. Stroke can be classified into two types. The first type is referred to as Ischemia or ischaemia, which is the result of blockage of an artery and the second type is referred to as hemorrhagic, which is caused due to rupture of an artery. The signs and symptoms can occur suddenly which include muscle weakness, paralysis, severe headaches, loss of balance and co-ordination and problem with vision. Recovery of the patient depends on the amount and the location of damage, person's age and any other disorders that the person is already suffering from. Improvement from stroke symptoms commonly continues for six months after a stroke. The condition in adults, who have had an ischemic stroke, becomes permanent if it is not treated for at least 12 months. But children continue to improve gradually month by month.For people who already have other serious disorders (such as dementia), recovery is slower and in some cases, they don’t show any improvement at all. Also, people who have had a stroke, the quality of life is predicted to remain poor despite treatment. For such people, care focuses on the control of pain, comfort measures, and provision of fluids and nourishment.You can lower your odds of having a stroke by staying active and working out every day. Take a brisk walk of 30 minutes or do muscle strengthening exercises like push-ups.