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How to Prevent, Reduce Stroke Symptoms

 Stroke is the third leading disease of death in the world and Indonesia. Stroke is a condition in which blood flow to the brain stops suddenly.

Brett Kissela from the United States researched that stroke sufferers increase in the age of 20-54 years because of a poor lifestyle.

How to Prevent, Reduce Stroke Symptoms

How to Prevent, Reduce Stroke Symptoms

Regular exercise every day

Exercise is proven to make the heart more robust so that it can circulate blood more optimally. In addition, exercise can lower obesity, leading to high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and others. Regular exercise every day can reduce the risk of stroke and heart disease.

Eating healthy food

Start avoiding foods that contain excess fat and cholesterol. Eat more fruits and vegetables every day to get enough beta carotene for the body.

Routine Blood pressure control

Check your blood pressure regularly. If an increase is detected, seek immediate medical help for treatment.

Stop Smoking Cigarettes

Smoking is an increased risk factor for stroke. In addition, stopping smoking can also reduce the risk of lung cancer.

Avoid alcohol

For some people, alcohol can help warm their body temperature but don't drink too much. In addition to a higher risk of stroke, people who drink too much alcohol will experience long-term liver damage.

Consumption Potassium

Research shows that daily consumption of potassium-containing foods will lower the risk of stroke by up to 40%. Potatoes, avocados, and soybeans are foods that are high in potassium.


Don't use illness as a barrier to your success. Start living healthy from now on!

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