Symptoms of TIA
The symptoms of TIA may vary from person to person, and are based on the area of the brain which is affected and involved. Some of the frequent and common symptoms of Transient Ischemic Attack include:
• Temporary loss of vision
• Weakness experienced in any side of the body
• Difficulty in speaking
• Numbness and tingling sensation on one side of the person
Loss of consciousness is rare. There have been some cases of partial and temporary paralysis affecting the tongue and face of the afflicted person.
Symptoms are temporary and of short duration, lasting for a few seconds to minutes and usually disappear within an hour. Lack of coordination, dizziness and poor balance may also be related to Transient Ischemic Attack.