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Model shares her ideas on how to recognize a stroke

Newly qualified models, from one of the top elite fashion babes and VIP escorts for PalaceVIP, shares her ideas on how to recognise a stroke.


Strokes have the potential to be fatal. If treated in time, though, the chances of saving the person increase significantly. So, this means recognising that a stroke has occurred, and getting necessary help straight away. For me, understanding that a stroke has occurred is not always easy, though because many people can be drunk or drugged up or even just sleepy. 


Sarah says "the signs can be very subtle, also if the consequences are potentially catastrophic". Sarah is one of the fashionable & exotic elite London escorts for PalaceVIP. We are lucky to have her share some tell-tale signs that are indicators of a stroke. 



Slurred Speech


If somebody suddenly appears to have difficulty speaking without slurring, there's a good chance they've had a stroke. Speak to the person and ask them to try and speak clearly to you. If their speech is impaired, it is advisable to get them to a hospital as soon as possible. Stroke victims are often not aware themselves that something has happened. 


You might need to put your foot down and take action, regardless whether they say they are excellent. Sarah had experienced when she was with a client its happened. And the emergency operator told her what to do. It can be quite a shock, for almost anyone.  You don't get what's going on for the first few seconds.   


Drooping Face or Limbs


A stroke will often cause specific muscles to stop working and which mean that they are no longer able to lift their arms. It is also often notable that their face is drooping and they are unable to pull certain expressions. If this happens then don't waste any time, they should get emergency treatment as soon as possible.


A Stumble


We all usually stumble from time to time (even young and beautiful escorts in heels). In older people, though, it could be a sign that a stroke has occurred. If an older adult has had a stumble, sit them down and observe them. If they show symptoms of a stroke, don't waste any time in calling an ambulance.


I was shaking at the time when I had my first experience, says Sarah. But now it happened to me three times, and I know what to do.