We know that the damage of the brain cells are permanent, once we have a stroke, we could not retain our original working abilities. The only solution is to prevent stroke.
In order to do this, we must try to control the risks factors.
high blood pressure. When a person's blood pressure is too high, roughly greater than 140/90, the risk of a stroke occurring increases greatly. Controlling blood pressure in the normal range decreases the chances of stroke.
Cigarette or other tobacco use. Cigarettes cause the carotid arteries to develop severe atherosclerosis or to close. Atherosclerosis is accelerated by smoking.
Small strokes are likely to occur because diabetes causes small vessels to close earlier than expected.
Control of blood sugar because the thickness of the blood affect the occurrence of stroke.
Blood cholesterol is a general risk for eventual cholesterol blockage of blood vessels (atherosclerosis).
The risk of having an embolic stroke is increased if having an irregular heart beat.
Definition Causes Symptom Warning before the stroke
happen during stroke