I had a similar incedent after operating a chain saw in the middle of winter until I was soaked with sweat. The chain came off of the saw so I went home to put it back on. Half way through the replacement I started feeling strange and ended up in the emergency room. Later I found that my blood pressure was some 190/120 three hours after the event so I don't know what it was at the very instant of the event. I didn't remember what I did with my four wheeler, what I did with the chainsaw or anything else for about 4 hours. I spent two days in the hospital and they found no damage so it was diagnosed as a blood pressure spike vs a mini stroke. They said that a mini-stroke could not be diagnosed as there is no complete blockage to show up on the MRI.
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