Stroke Prevention

@dixie1 (1330)
United States
July 13, 2008 11:30am CST
What are the best measures for stroke prevention?
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4 responses
@bbsr13 (4198)
• India
13 Jul 08
Hello,dixie! Studies have shown that moderate tea drinking (green tea)reduces risks of heart attack by 40%.besides,drinking tea may help keep heart attack victims alive for more days.to prevent heart attack you have to keep the blood pressure and diabetes in normal levels.this is important.so also you have to keep cholesterol at zero level.thanx.
@dixie1 (1330)
• United States
14 Jul 08
Hi, Would decaf green tea be just a beneficial as regular?
@snowy22315 (50927)
• United States
13 Jul 08
I think keeping your blood pressure to an acceptable level is the most important thing in stroke prevention. Also, making sure you eat lots of fruits and vegetables is good in terms of keeping pressure down and making sure that you have lots of vitamins including postassium. For further information I think you should read the pages at web md. There is alot of medical information on there.
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@dixie1 (1330)
• United States
14 Jul 08
Hi, I agree with you and I've been reading some great articles!
• Philippines
14 Jul 08
well the best way to prevent it is diet modification and exercise are the enough to prevent it, medicine are only recommended if you got a hypertension and blood disorder, and one more thing avoid stress, always have a positive attitude! i hope i answer your question... see you around... just ask me if you got health related problem i can be your nurse here on mylot!
@zeroflashx2 (2491)
• Philippines
13 Jul 08
Hey dixie! How are you doing? It's been a while. Well, the best way to prevent stroke is to manage your blood pressure. There are lots of factors that contribute to high blood pressure. To name a few these are: 1. Inheritance, sometimes a relative is diagnosed to have passive hypertension (hypertension with no direct cause) and is brought down to the next generation. 2. High Cholesterol Levels, things to watch out for are Triglycerides and LDL (Low Density Lipoprotein). They are the bad ones and has to be below the maximum acceptable levels. 3. Lifestyle. As with #2, it includes eating. Others would be vices such as smoking and drinking. Less sleep can cause abnormal blood pressure as well. 4. Emotions. Some people get really emotional most of the time which elevates blood pressure quickly. There may be some other causes. You could ask your Cardiologist more about it. But basically managing the aforementioned, would lessen the risk of having a stroke. Take care!