Stroke: Here Are 3 Medically Proven Tips That Can Help Prevent It From Happening To You



Stroke is a serious health condition that arises when there is a blockage or obstruction in the arteries carrying blood to the brain. The brain is one part of the body that requires or needs steady supply of blood and as such when there is a form of obstruction, the resultant experience is death or damage to some part of the brain.


This damage is followed by a partial or full stroke and the survival rate is low. Very few people recover from strokes without being maimed or even remain the same way they were before the stroke while many others die from the condition. So, in this article, we are going to have a look at some medically proven tips that can help prevent it from happening to you. Just sit tight and enjoy this article whilst learning something you might have never read or seen anywhere else.

What Are the Medically Proven Tips That Can Help Prevent It From Happening To You?


1. Lower Your Blood Pressure; high blood pressure is one of the serious factors that can cause stroke if not controlled. High Blood Pressure is a huge contributory factor to stroke in men and women and as such, the best thing you can do for yourself is manage your blood pressure. Do well to cut down on salt and every other thing that is capable of raising your blood pressure as it can quickly cause stroke and many other life threatening problems for you if not controlled or managed effectively.


2. Exercise Regularly; this is another effective method of avoiding stroke. Exercising has alot of benefits for the body and heart and also goes a long way in keeping you out of the possibility of suffering stroke. Make sure you sacrifice at least 30 mins of your time everyday for exercises and see how good and strong you will be. Exercising doesn't mean you should bust yourself or wear yourself out, you can moderately exercise at least 5 days every week for best results. It will not only reduce your risks of having stroke bur also help reduce your blood pressure and sugar level; two of which are contributory factors to stroke.


3. Treat Diabetes; high blood sugar level damages the blood vessels and nerves in the long run. Thus damaging can all contribute to formation of blood clots in the arteries which might block the blood flow to any part of the brain. So, if you are suffering from diabetes, ensure that at every point of your life, your blood sugar level is never higher than normal, even if it goes abnormal, make sure you find ways to reduce it to normal levels. Take your medications seriously and also ensure you exercise and avoid eating simple carbs to avoid skyrocketing of your blood sugar level.

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