How to Use Vision, Hearing, Taste & More to Identify a Stroke | SELF

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When you suffer a stroke, time is of the essence. Your brain begins to suffer irreparable damage soon after oxygen stops reaching its cells. To know what to look out for, neurologist Carolyn Brockington, MD takes us through some of the warning signs and indicators that each of our five senses can offer for identifying a stroke.

Director: Paula Goldstein
Director of Photography: Kevin Dynia
Editor: Estan Esparza
Talent: Dr. Carolyn Brockington
Producer: Tyrice Hester
Line Producer: Joe Buschemi
Associate Producer: Amy Haskour
Production Manager: Melissa Heber
Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila
Casting Producer: Vanessa Brown
Camera Operator: Christopher Alfonso
Audio: Tyson Dai
Production Assistant: Carlo Betia
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Post Production Supervisor: Christian Olguin
Post Production Coordinator: Scout Alter
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