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Book Details

Title: Broken Trust - When cries for help are not heard
iSBN: 9781483511139
Publication Date: November 6, 2013
File Size: 436 KB
Print Length: 41 pages
Publisher: BookBaby; 1 edition (November 6, 2013)
Language: English
Text-to-Speech: Enabled

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Description

This easy to read illustrated booklet should be a household first aid must-have for all ages of the family to learn. Children will understand the illustrations and know when to help an older relative. Parents will recognize a problem with one of their children – regardless of age!

Find out what you can do to protect yourself and those you love when there is a medical emergency.

Do something good for yourself and the ones you love and read this booklet. You’ll be glad you did.

Pictures tell the story and teach you how to respond.

It is the true story of Rose who wanted to be a stroke survivor. She was denied that chance because no one recognized the symptoms of her stroke in time.

Medical emergencies can happen at any time. You don’t get a second chance very often with a stroke. On the average, every 40 seconds someone has a stroke and every 4 minutes someone dies from a stroke. They can happen anywhere and to anyone, regardless of their age..

Strokes are the #4 cause of death and the #1 cause of disability in the United States.

Today you may be happy, enjoying life, feeling good and having a great day. But, imagine tomorrow waking up and not being able to swallow or talk. No warning. You cannot ask for help. You cannot tell anyone that something is wrong. Your cries for help will not be heard. No one can hear you.

You may even have medical personnel around you who do nothing or who actually incorrectly diagnose you and make you worse. You cannot tell them what is wrong. Precious time starts slipping by.

It can happen and it’s a real living nightmare. You are trapped inside your own body unable to help yourself. No one helps you. Maybe they think you are off, tired, having a bad day or acting strange. No one gets it that you are having a medical emergency!!!

Every minute this goes by your brain is dying. Think right now about your brain having an attack and you cannot cry for help. It’s not a heart attack. It’s a brain attack that comes with no warning. Can you imagine this happening to you!

Teach everyone in your family, at any age, to recognize the signs of a stroke. Any one of the stroke symptoms is a reason to call 911. Don’t rely on others to diagnose what is and what is not a stroke in progress.

Read and memorize this booklet now before it is too late.

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Strokes are the #4 cause of death and the
#1 cause of disability in the United States

Today you may be happy, enjoying life, feeling good and having a great day. But, imagine tomorrow waking up and not be able to swallow or talk. No warning. You cannot ask for help. You cannot tell anyone that something is wrong. Your cries for help will not be heard. No one can hear you. You may even have medical personnel around you who do nothing or who actually incorrectly diagnose you and make you worse. You cannot tell them what is wrong. Precious time starts slipping by.