Stroke Prevention

The risk of stroke can be minimized by taking preventive measures.

It is not possible to change some risk factors that play a role in the development of stroke, such as age, gender, genetic predisposition, and a family history of similar disease. However, it is possible that you can control some of the factors that may cause you to have a stroke and reduce the risk.

To prevent stroke, it is necessary to know the risk factors.

It is not possible to change some risk factors that play a role in the development of stroke, such as age, gender, genetic predisposition, and a family history of similar disease. However, it is possible that you can control some of the factors that may cause you to have a stroke and reduce the risk.

Hypertension

Diabetes

Smoking

High Cholesterol Levels

Obesity

 

Unbalanced and Irregular Nutrition

Sedentary Living

Excessive Alcohol

Using drugs

 

Atherosclerosis and Strictures in Neck Veins Heart

Rhythm Disorders (especially atrial fibrillation-AF)

Other heart diseases (heart failure, cardiovascular diseases, valve diseases, etc.)

What you can do to reduce stroke risk

Here are some things you can do to reduce the risk of stroke.

Track Your Blood Pressure

Check Blood Sugar

Don't smoke

Don't Drink Alcohol

Lower Your Cholesterol Levels

Exercise Regularly

Eat Healthy