Often bite the tongue when eating to prevent cerebral infarction
For older people, accidentally biting their tongue due to eating or talking should be inevitable.
But if you often bite your tongue “inadvertently”, you need to be extra careful.
Because the symptoms of cerebral infarction are complicated, one kind of lacunar cerebral infarction has some early symptoms such as love biting the tongue and poor fine movement. It is easy to be ignored.
This is due to the infarction of local micro blood vessels in the brain, the size of the brain tissue, and necrosis, which causes the tongue to lose flexible movement.