Stroke survivor says seeing the signs early is vital

A stroke is a life-threatening brain attack, which occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is cut off – without blood, the cells in your brain can be killed or suffer damage. It can have different effects depending on where in the brain this damage occurs. It can change how you think and feel, and cause speech problems or a weakness on one side. For some, the effects of a stroke can be relatively minor and will fade quickly, but others can be left with problems that leave them dependent on other people. On Northwest Today this morning we spoke to Paudric Cuffe, who had a stoke in 2016….