5 factors that increase the risk of stroke

Source: Google

Blood circulation is needed in every cell of the body to survive healthily. Because it is through this blood that oxygen reaches every cell in the body. The risk of stroke increases only if the blood flow to the brain cells is obstructed for some reason, the blood vessels close or rupture.

According to experts, stroke depends a lot on our lifestyle and eating habits. If the lifestyle and eating habits are right, then many diseases can be prevented. It is good to know that some of the irregularities in the lifestyle cause stroke problems.

Fatty foods
Saturated fats, trans fats in your daily diet increase the levels of harmful cholesterol in your blood. This increases the risk of stroke. Experts say that the use of multiple doses of salt in the diet also raises blood pressure and increases the risk of stroke.

Lack of exercise
If you do not exercise, it has a serious effect on the body. This can lead to problems such as high blood pressure, obesity, high cholesterol, and diabetes. This can increase the risk of stroke. For this reason, experts are advising to exercise regularly while being very busy.

Fat accumulation
the body is called the obesity problem. Obesity also increases the level of harmful cholesterol in the body. Obesity also causes diabetes and high blood pressure. This increases the risk of stroke.

Alcohol
excessive amounts of alcohol increase the risk of stroke as the experts say.

Smoking
Like alcohol, smoking also increases the risk of stroke. Smoking damages the heart as well as blood pressure. As a result, the blood does not get the right amount of oxygen.

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