1. You think exhaustion is making you see double.
Vision problems like seeing double, blurriness, or loss of sight in one eye can be a sign of a stroke. “Seeing two images is very unusual for just being tired or reading too much, its also an early sign of stroke
2. You think your arm is numb because it “just fell asleep.”
If you wake up from a nap and your arm or leg is numb, it’s easy to assume it’s due to a compressed nerve. “If your arm is suddenly numb or weak, and it doesn’t go away in a few minutes that an early sign or stroke, consult the doctor immediately
3. You think that “it’s on the tip of my tongue” feeling is due to being tired.
Sudden cognitive deficits are a common sign of stroke. “You might struggle to think of a word every once in a while, but there shouldn’t be a long period where you can’t think of anything to say or be unable to speak,” says Brockington.
4. You assume alcohol is behind your wobbliness.
“People think they’re having balance issues because they had a drink, but see if that makes sense,” says Brockington. “You won’t have delayed balance problems, so a drink from earlier in the day probably isn’t to blame. It could be from a decrease in blood flow to the brain.” Even if you had a few drinks earlier, if you suddenly start to stumble, can’t walk straight, or experience sudden dizziness, don’t wait for it to pass; call an ambulance straight away.
5. Severe Headache
If you are having Severe headache with no known cause, its an early sign of stroke