India: Woman suffers stroke while returning from beauty parlour

India: Woman suffers stroke while returning from beauty parlour

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An Indian woman suffered from ‘Beauty Parlor Stroke Syndrome’ after returning from the beauty parlour.

According to Indian media reports, a 50-year-old woman from Hyderabad went to a beauty parlor for a haircut, where she suffered a stroke while washing her hair before the haircut.

According to Indian media, the woman’s doctors say that she suffered a stroke when she bent her neck slightly backwards to wash her hair, which increased the pressure on the main arteries of her neck.

According to media reports, the doctor says that this happens when the masseur presses hard on the neck and head, sometimes even twisting the neck to make a popping sound. Due to this, the delicate arteries get injured.

According to the doctors, like other stroke patients, the woman will also have to use medicine for the rest of her life.

It should be noted that the above-mentioned woman is not the only patient of ‘Beauty Parlor Stroke Syndrome’, but earlier in 1993, five women complained of serious neurological symptoms after washing their hair in a beauty salon in America.

He complained of severe dizziness, loss of balance and facial numbness.

According to media reports, four out of these five women suffered strokes.


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