Unusual Signs Of Stroke In Women You Didn’t Know About


Unusual Signs Of Stroke In Women You Didn’t Know About 

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Tips to Help Prevent Stroke

Apart from making sure that the lifestyle risks are removed, there are also some dietary guidelines that can help you reduce your risk of stroke. The Cleveland Clinic says that these foods should include:

• Fruits and vegetables
• Healthy snacks
• Foods with moderate amounts of sugar, salt, and sodium
• Foods low in fat, cholesterol, and saturated fats
• Drink in moderation

Besides the foods, you also need a good amount of exercise. This should be about 30 minutes a day for five or six days a week.

When to See a Doctor

When a stroke or TIA occurs, a doctor needs to be seen immediately. According to CBSNews, there is currently only one medication (tPA) that helps reduce stroke symptoms, but it must be given within three hours of the stroke.

 
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