Here is Why You Should Have a Needle in Your Pocket Everytime

 

You may say its kind of weird carrying a needle in your pocket everywhere you go, but it may be a lifesaver for you or for someone else.  Something as simple as a needle can really help you spare yours or another person’s life in a situation such as stroke until the paramedics arrive. 

When somebody is having a stroke the brain capillaries begin to tear and the cerebrum quits receiving the required measure of oxygen. This causes the cerebrum cells to begin vanishing and it needs quick medicinal support or could have fatal outcomes.

Here are some symptoms of stroke you should know

The symptoms of stroke are distinct because they happen quickly:
  •     Sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm, or leg (especially on one side of the body)
  •     Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding speech
  •     Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes
  •     Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or coordination
  •     Sudden severe headache with no known cause 
If you are in the room and someone is having a stroke, you may ask what First aid measures do I need to apply after calling the paramedics?

At that point, until the paramedics arrive, you should not move the individual who is having a stroke, instead go and get a needle, a medical needle would be more ideal, but a general needle is still accepted. Ensure you clean it and sterilize before anything. 

After that take the needle and prick the tips of every one of the ten fingers with it, as near the nails conceivable and as quick as possible. Wait for the blood to begin spilling out of the fingers. If there’s no blood press the fingers and once the blood begins to flow the person will recover consciousness and that’s it.

It’s very simple and can help you save somebody’s life. After doing this just sit tight and wait for the paramedics.

If you notice that the person’s mouth is crooked then you should start massaging the patient’s ears until they become red, to improve his blood flow. Then prick the softest part of the earlobe two times and wait for two drops of blood to come out. After a while his mouth will return to normal and the crisis has passed.

Now wait for the paramedics to arrive and they’ll do the rest. 

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