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Say NO to stroke with these lifestyle habits
has to be kept in mind to reduce risk of stroke. First and foremost is
modifying risk factors associated with stroke.There are many risk factors responsible
for causation of stroke. Some of these factors can be modified/ controlled,
called as modifiable risk factors, where is other type which cannot be change
named as non-modifiable risk factors.High blood pressure,diabetes mellitus
smoking, alcoholism, dyslipidemia and unhealthy lifestyle belong to the former
group, whereas age, gender, race and ethnicity and family history make up the
To reduce the risk occurrence
of stroke, let’s discuss all those factors one by one which will help you stay
fit and healthy.
Healthy diet for a healthy
One of the most crucial factors to avoid stroke is
to have a healthy diet, which may help in reducing the risk of a stroke.
A healthy diet includes to make an informed decision about the intake of
various nutritional values. Besides reducing the risk of stroke, a
healthy diet will also help you attain a healthy body and weight.
But what is a healthy diet? Following is an example
of the same.
A substantial intake of vegetables from all the
subgroups that include green, red and orange, starchy etc.
Fruits, especially whole fruits.
Grains (including) whole grains.
Fat free or low fat dairy products.
Food that has high protein value like meat, fish,
seafood or eggs.
Right exercises for an
active and fit body:
These exercise include physical activity that keeps
your body moving and active. It has been found that right exercise not only
helps you stay fit and fine, but also reduces the risk of stroke in definite
terms. Regular exercise will help your body to deal with various chronic
diseases and will reduce the risk of a stroke.
Give up on tobacco and
A big NO to tobacco and smoking, as these habits increase
the risk of a stroke (by two folds). Other effects include lung
infection, clot formation, thickening of blood. Therefore, quit smoking and aid
your body with other healthy habits.
It’s a No for alcohol too:
Alcohol aggravates the risk of stroke by causing an
increase in blood pressure. A raised pressure leading to stroke, a dreadful
consequence but damages liver too. Therefore, one must avoid drinking or limit