Two years after suffering a crippling stroke, Sinbad now on path to miraculous recovery. See details
SynopsisThe family is incredibly appreciative of this miracle. The news was announced two years after Sinbad suffered an ischemic attack, according to his relatives.
Two years have passed since actor and comedian Sinbad had a crippling stroke that left him ventilator-dependent and in a surgically induced coma.
The 66-year-old actor is doing better today, despite his family's claims that his particular scenario only had a 30% survival chance. His recovery has left everyone in shock. The family is very thankful to see this miracle.
On a website set up to inform his followers on his development, his family stated that his progress is nothing short of remarkable. He is taking all necessary steps to gain his walking ability again, and limbs that were previously thought to be dead are now awakening.
Strokes are said to be the leading cause of death and disability around the world. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to a part of the brain is blocked or if a blood vessel in the brain bursts. This tends to cause great damage to part of the brain, which impairs bodily functions, leading to disability and can even lead to death.
Similar to many other chronic illnesses, the risk of getting a stroke increases as you age. The American Stroke Association has said that every 10 years after age 55, one's risk of stroke nearly doubles.
According to his family, the news broke two years after Sinbad faced an ischemic attack. As a result of this, the blood clot had moved from his pumping heart to his brain, he was given a hopeful prognosis at first, but the following day he had another blood clot. His brain began to expand shortly after he underwent a second surgery, and when surgeons performed a craniotomy to relieve the pressure, they found a brain bleed.FAQs: What happened to Sinbad?
Sinbad had a stroke that left him on a ventilator. When did Sinbad have a stroke?
Sinbad had a stroke in 2020 i.e., two years back. Was Sinbad on a ventilator?
Yes, Sinbad was on a ventilator and surgically in coma.
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