Cerebrovascular disorders refer to a condition in which the supply of blood to the brain is affected and there are different types of cerebrovascular heart disease which require physical therapy and cerebrovascular surgery without a delay. Some of the most common disorders include a stroke which is a serious condition in which a part of the brain could be damaged owing to bleeding in the brain from a rupture of the blood vessel or improper blood supply. The transient ischemic attack is yet another complication of the cerebral vascular disorders where the blood supply to the brain becomes temporarily low and lead to stroke-like symptoms. Subarachnoid haemorrhage is a condition in which the blood leaks out from the blood vessels to the brain surface whereas in the case of vascular dementia there could be a persistent impairment in the mental ability of the person. All these conditions may arise from stroke and other problems of the blood circulation to the brain. It is important to identify the symptoms in the first place and get immediate medical attention so that these problems can be cured before they lead to a lasting effect on the person's ability to move and function normally. In order to function optimally, the brain requires a continuous supply of oxygen and glucose, failing which would lead to permanent damage in the brain and death of brain cells. It can happen due to a variety of reasons and the most common reason is the formation of a clot in the blood vessel where the blood becomes thick and solidifies.