Prevent Stroke Relapse

Especially considering that stroke can happen to anyone without exception, the prevention not only applies to the period before the first attack but also for relapse stroke.
Keep in mind that with the more risk factors (which is owned by the patient), the stroke recurrence chances will also be higher.

Risk factors for stroke consist of two kinds; which can be controlled and cannot be changed or controlled. That can be controlled include heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, smoking habits, anemia, etc.. As for the risk factors that cannot be changed are age, gender, heredity or ancestry, race or ethnicity and geographical conditions.

Then how to prevent the recurrence of stroke? Can be done with the consumption of a number of prescription drugs such as aspirin and lipid-lowering agents or fat. However, lifestyle changes or modifications are the main factors in lowering the risk.

Stop smoking, unhealthy dietary practices, weight control, and regular activity. For physical activity, the standard exercise to prevent stroke is five times a week, each for 30 minutes.

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