These 5 things will make every vein of the brain strong, blood will run faster, stroke will be saved
Stroke cases are increasing rapidly all over the world and people of all ages are affected by it. It is important for older and young people to control the risk of stroke as it affects their vigorous routine. Given the fatal nature and long-term effects of the disease, timely treatment is very important. There are factors that can cause stroke, such as family history and heart disease. These factors cannot be controlled and can only be treated later. But being overweight, leading a sedentary lifestyle, smoking/excessive drinking and other causes of the effects of other diseases can be managed.
According to Dr. Nishant Shankar Yagnik, Senior Consultant, Neurosurgeon at Manipal Hospital, Gurugram, only by spreading awareness about this disease can control it and right knowledge at the right time can save the life of the patient. Today i.e. on 29th October, on World Stroke Day, know what you can do to prevent stroke. Avoid polluted air at any cost
The likelihood of air pollutants causing a stroke depends on the composition of the pollutant. Most types of pollutants can cause a lack of oxygen and glucose in the body. Its direct effect falls on the lungs and heart, which leads to swelling. Chronic inflammation (long-term inflammation) leads to the risk of stroke.
always eat healthy diet
Eating green leafy vegetables, anti-inflammatory fruits and vegetables like grapes and avocados, potassium-rich fruits like beans and magnesium-rich foods like spinach and pumpkin seeds are beneficial.
keep diabetes under control
High blood glucose from diabetes damages the blood vessels and nerves that control the heart, leading to heart disease over time. Adults with heart disease are twice as likely to have heart disease or stroke than adults without diabetes.
blood pressure monitoring
High blood pressure puts constant pressure on the walls of the arteries, which can lead to blockage of the arteries. It can put pressure on the heart, damage blood vessels, and increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, and eye or kidney problems. Regularly checking blood pressure levels helps to avoid this danger.
Being physically active and avoiding a sedentary lifestyle solves a lot of problems both in the long term and in the short term. Obesity is directly related to stroke due to chronic inflammation caused by excess fatty tissue. This can cause difficulty with blood flow and increase the risk of blockage, both of which can lead to stroke. In the event of a stroke, it is recommended to seek medical advice before starting any exercise routine.
Smoking is directly related to stroke because it makes the blood stickier and more likely to clot, which can block blood flow to the heart and brain. It is also known to damage blood vessels and increase the build-up of plaque in them, putting the body at risk of stroke.
Disclaimer: This article is for general information only. It cannot in any way be a substitute for any medicine or treatment. Always contact your doctor for more details.