Please take the time to make yourself knowledgeable about strokes and mini-strokes (transient ischemic attacks). They can happen to people of all ages and often come with little to no warning.
My mother recently had two transient ischemic attacks. She has not had any lasting effects from either but her MRI revealed that she had two previous attacks that were completely unknown. She is now getting more exercise and taking a few medications so that we can try to prevent any further attacks--especially a full-blown stroke. We were lucky that she had these mini-strokes as a warning of what could happen. This can happen even when one's cholesterol is not high, triglyceride level is normal, and blood pressure is not high. We had no idea that my mother was at risk.
Take care of yourself and your loved ones. :)