High blood pressure, smoking, waist-to-hip ratio, diet, physical activity, lipids, diabetes mellitus, alcohol intake, stress and depression, and heart disorders are 10 factors associated with 90 per cent of the risk of stroke, a study published in Lancet has revealed.
It was confirmed that over
90% of stroke attacks had links to these top 10 factors.
Changing ones lifestyle they say can help prevent stroke
from occurring. Stroke occurs when the blood flow going to
the brain is obstructed or blocked. If diagnosed and treated
within 4- 6 hours this disease can be prove less fatal. But
when not treated in time it can cause death or permanent
immobility of the limps.