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Statistics of Stroke
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Watch this video before completing the Strike Out Stroke quiz to learn about the signs and symptoms of stroke.
Strike Out Stroke Quiz
Welcome to your adult quiz
Where does Stroke occur?
What does B.E.F.A.S.T. stand for?
Brains, Eat, Fruit, And, Soggy, Tim Tams
Brave, Emotions, Facts, Ache, Speed, Tomorrow
Brawn, Endurance, Face, Arms, Silence, Tremors
Bikes, Ears, Frogs, Actors, Stars, Toes
Balance, Eyes, Face, Arms, Speech, Time
How many people will have a stroke in their lifetime?
1 in 2
1 in 6
1 in 25
1 in 50
Does stroke only happen to older people?
What steps can be taken to reduce the risk of having a stroke?
Have regular blood pressure tests, make healthy food choices and regular exercise
Eat lots of chocolate and high sugar drinks (soft drinks and fruit juices)
Eat a lot of fast food
Sitting down for most of the day in front of a screen
What should you do if you think someone is having a stroke?
Wait and see how they feel tomorrow and go to the doctors later on
Give them medication
Act, B.E F.A.S.T and call an ambulance (dial 000)
Lie them down and tell them to rest
Tell them to drink lots of water
What are the facial symptoms of stroke?
a smiling face
a sad face
a facial drop
a surprised face
What characteristic does the arm have after a stroke?
unable to raise arm
a twitching arm
If having a stroke, what does a person’s speech sound like?
Are there any other symptoms?
yes, loss of balance
yes, blurred vision
yes, both of the above
Thank you for taking the Strike Out Stroke Quiz.