A person must follow a lifestyle to protect himself from stroke

Stroke prevention can start today. What can you do to prevent stroke? Age makes us more susceptible to stroke, just like having a mother, father, or a close relative who has had a stroke. A person must follow

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According to the World Health Organization, one in six people has a stroke, and its death rate is the second-highest in the world.

In our country and its number is very high and because of this many people are constantly disabled. The number of stroke patients in Bangladesh is about 20 lakh. And 20 percent of the patients who die in government hospitals are stroke patients.

Stroke What

many people think is a stroke is heart disease, but it is completely wrong,

it is a disease of the brain. This is a disease that affects the arteries inside and outside the brain.


A stroke is an accident or injury to the blood supply to the brain that disrupts the function of the nervous system.

High blood pressure can usually cause bleeding in the brain. As a result, many patients and paralyzed people survived.


to stroke

Stroke causes the brainiskemiya (reduced blood supply) or hemorrhage (bleeding). People at risk of stroke include those with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and those who smoke. People with heart rhythm disorders, especially atrial fibrillation, are also at risk.



There are two main types of stroke: ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic stroke. These affect the brain in different ways and can have different causes. Of these, hemorrhagic or hemorrhagic stroke is more severe.



Ischemic stroke is the most common stroke. These occur when a blood clot blocks the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain. Ischemic stroke is blood clots in the arteries of the brain that has narrowed cholesterol


hemorrhagic stroke, also known as cerebral hemorrhage or intracranial hemorrhage. The main reason for this is high blood pressure, which weakens the arteries of the brain and increases their chances of rupture.



The risk of stroke can also be based on human work. Work that does not involve physical work has to be done sitting in front of the computer all day, employees, etc.


There are also some medications that can cause strokes, such as

TPA, streptokinase, and DVT.

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Ways to Understand

Stroke Symptoms of a stroke appear only when an area of ​​the brain is severely damaged and the effects are felt in controlled parts of the body. In most cases, the elderly may have a stroke, and the younger ones may also have the problem. Therefore, the symptoms of a stroke at any age should not be neglected. In this case, it is important to keep in mind that time is of the essence for a stroke patient. As time goes on, the chances of basic treatment are greatly reduced. So all the signs we understand the strokes which were as follows __


• Double Vision, to intertwine,

• mouth curved in the Yamaha

• any body part or organ unruly go

• eyes see in the dark or fuzzy

• seizures, nausea or head groans be that

• severe headache

• being jnana



at the top of should be understood by looking at the signs and symptoms of Stokes quickly as

to go to the hospital possible,and if necessary, treatment should be admitted.

How to prevent stroke

Strokes cannot be prevented completely because there are some things that increase the risk of your condition that cannot be changed. Such as age, race, gender, family history, etc. However, changing the lifestyle to avoid problems can significantly reduce the risk of stroke

if you know that certain risk factors are harming your health and predicting you a higher risk of stroke, but you reduce the effects of that risk. Can take steps to.

high blood pressure and  

Having uncontrolled blood pressure increases the risk of stroke. High blood pressure causes the arteries that supply blood and oxygen to the brain to rupture or become blocked, leading to stroke. Brain cells die during a stroke because they do not get enough oxygen.


Stroke can cause serious disability in your speech, movement and other basic activities. Even life-threatening, high blood pressure is called a “silent killer” because it usually has no warning signs or symptoms and many people don’t know they have it. So we need to know the reason why this is.

If you have high blood pressure, you need to consult your doctor to keep your blood pressure in a healthy range. Regular exercise and proper eating habits and lifestyle changes can help control high blood pressure.

Weight control

Several studies have suggested that a high body mass index (BMI) may increase the risk of total stroke. Maintaining a healthy weight reduces your risk of stroke. Losing weight can also help control your high blood pressure, and if you have diabetes, it can help control your blood sugar. Combining a healthy diet with regular exercise is the best way to maintain a healthy weight. Must walk at least half an hour or an hour.

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quit smoking

Smoking accelerates clotting in a number of ways. It thickens your blood and it increases the amount of plaque formation in the arteries. Along with a healthy diet and regular exercise, quitting smoking is one of the most effective lifestyle changes that will help you significantly reduce your risk of stroke.


Having diabetes increases your risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) such as heart attack and stroke. If you have blood pressure and sugar, you can get regular check-ups and exercise and if you follow the right diet, you can stay well overall.


Choosing the right diet

Fast food addicts are more likely to have a stroke. Many children and young people are at risk of stroke due to eating habits. Eating too much salt, eating too much fat and having too much cholesterol in the blood increases the risk of developing diabetes and high blood pressure stroke.

Potassium-rich foods such as sweet and white potatoes, bananas, tomatoes, prunes, watermelons and soybeans can help you maintain healthy blood pressure. So choose healthy protein sources, fresh vegetables and fruits have antioxidants. They have an effective role in preventing stroke


Excess Cholesterol

People whose blood cholesterol levels are higher than normal are also more likely to have a stroke. It makes the arteries narrow and hard, making it harder for blood to flow. It also increases the chances of blood clots. Eating a healthy diet, exercising, and quitting smoking can also help lower cholesterol. Statins are the main drugs for lowering blood cholesterol levels.



So in the end, staying active and eating well reduces your risk of having another stroke. A healthy lifestyle like high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol

can help you control conditions, which in turn reduces your risk of stroke. Steps like eating a healthy diet, quitting smoking, abstaining from alcohol, and being more active can all help reduce your risk.

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