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How long does a TIA take to recover fully?
11 months ago I had a Tia at work. I feel like I've lost my mental snap. I just lost my job because I'm not remembering instructions. I invert names and numbers. I have been on no medications since my only two risk factors were stress and smoking. Does anyone ever recover fully? Help
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Um, you need to take this very seriously.  You must stop smoking and start taking L-argimine to help your vascular system.  Start a walking program.  It is vitally important that you eat a good diet.  A paleo diet would be best.  

If you don't change things, you are probably headed for a stroke.  TIAs are your body's way of warning you that things are not right.  
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I have taken it seriously. Unfortunately I have no health coverage and have lost my job. The hospital did not however and there lies the problem. I walk everyday but I do not have high blood pressure or cholesterol so they felt no need for medications considering my age. Their only advice was quit smoking and get off the depo shot.
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I had several TIA's 5 years ago.  A history of strokes runs in my mother's family.  You need to take this very seriously.  I still have memory problems which the doctors say is a combination of aging and the TIA's.  I take lipitor (generic) and plavix (generic) because of my (and family) history.  You definitely need to stop smoking, exercise, watch your diet and monitor your salt intake.
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Thanks for the advice also trying to manage my stress levels. I wish you well thanks for commenting!
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