World Stroke Day 2017: Healthy Lifestyle Can Improve Your Health

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Our body is made up of various cells, it is also very important to keep the body healthy, because if we do not keep the health of the body then we can not say anything to the disease. Nowadays, because of lifestyle and eating habits, people are suffering becoming many diseases Any disease can be fatal for the body, but if we talk about stroke or paralysis, then this is a very serious disease and due to this disease, people suffer from physical and mental problems.

Strokes can be classified into two major categories ischemic and hemorrhagic.Ischemic strokes are caused by interruption of the blood supply to the brain, while hemorrhagic strokes result from the rupture of a blood vessel or an abnormal vascular structure. About 87% of strokes are ischemic, the rest being hemorrhagic. Bleeding can develop inside areas of ischemia, a condition known as “hemorrhagic transformation.” It is unknown how many hemorrhagic strokes actually start as ischemic strokes.

What is the stroke?

Stroke, sometimes called a brain attack, occurs when there is the obstruction in reaching the heart for the brain. The brain cells of that place start dying because they do not get the oxygen and nutrition they should get to work.

Symptoms of stroke

  • Face, Mouth becomes slanting. drooping face, slurred speech
  • Suddenly one or both hands become lifeless.
  • A stroke can make it difficult to speak or understand words.
  • Stroke’s Many symptoms in women sudden hiccups, sudden nausea, sudden general weakness, sudden chest pain, sudden shortness of breath and palpitations

What are the risk factors

Stroke can happen to anyone, even children Although the risk of stroke increases with ageing. With the increase of every decade after 55 years, the risk of stroke becomes double. Strokes are more common in men, but 50 percent of people who die from stroke are women.

It has been estimated that 8 out of 10 strokes can be stopped. The risk of high blood pressure and smoking can be managed. But other threats such as age and medical history etc. are not in our hands. You can also avoid stroke by controlling a few things. These include diabetes, increased cholesterol, hypertension and obesity.

How to prevent 

  • Keeping blood pressure in Check
  • Diabetes
  • Quit smoking
  • Lose weight and exercised
  • your cholesterol levels
  • Eat a healthy diet
  • Look after your heart

In today’s busy life, we do not have time to pay attention to our health, if we pay a little attention to our health then get some better result. such as paralysis or stroke is a very serious disease, which patients are improve It takes a lot of time but with proper care and proper medical checkup, it can cure the disease to a great extent, and also make changes in our lifestyle Required.

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