A stroke can be devastating, but not for everyone.
People who are suffering from stroke can suffer a lot more.
With that in mind, here’s how to reduce the chances of getting a stroke.
The main thing to remember is that a stroke occurs when a clot or blockage develops in a blood vessel that connects the brain and spinal cord.
This causes abnormal movement of blood and the body’s response is to stop.
So if you have a stroke, it’s not just about not breathing and not moving.
It’s about getting the clot or clot blockage removed and stopping the clotting.
If you have surgery to remove the blockage, you’re still at risk for a stroke because the artery that supplies blood to the brain has to remain open to keep blood flowing.
You may also experience numbness and tingling.
You can avoid getting a seizure by not taking any medication for two days before and after a stroke and taking an aspirin every day.
If you’re diagnosed with a stroke but are not aware that it’s occurring, get tested for stroke and take regular blood tests to find the cause of your symptoms.
This will give you an idea of the severity of the stroke and how it’s affecting your health.
If your symptoms are severe enough to require hospitalization, you may need to get a blood test to see if there’s a clot in your brain.