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Stroke Kills Fast: Reduce Your Consumption of These 3 Things If you Want To live Long.

Stroke is a deadly disease that can kill if it is not treated on time. It is deadly in the sense that it can mess up your life and keep you in a miserable state. During the initial stage of stroke, you might start experiencing signs and symptoms like trouble speaking and understanding, paralysis or numbness of the face, arm or leg, headache, problems seeing in one or both eyes, vision loss or changes, weakness, difficulty with balance and vertigo, etc.

Stroke happens when the blood flow to a person’s brain is interrupted along the line. This is very dangerous and can kill if not treated on time. There are different things that can lead to stroke and that is why I wrote this article for proper enlightenment. There are some things that can increase your risk of developing stroke. Some of them include: smoking, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity, physical inactivity, etc.

Your lifestyle and diet plays a great role in the development of stroke. Some of the things that causes stroke you need to avoid include:

1. Canned soup and prepared foods.

Canned soup and prepared foods are not healthy for you and can cause stroke since there rely on sodium to increase flavor and make them taste fresher. The salt content in canned soup and prepared foods are very high and that is why you need to avoid them. A very high amount of sodium in the body can trigger high blood pressure which is one of the major risk factors for stroke hence be careful in your intake of it.

2. Red meat.

Research has shown that too much red meat consumption can increase one’s risk of developing stroke. Red meat has a very amount of saturated fat which can increase your risk of developing stroke and heart disease. Frequently consuming red meat appears to increase the risk of stroke significantly, while choosing to eat poultry and other proteins such as fish or nuts, lowers the risk according to a new research.

3. Alcohol.

Alcohol and especially alcohol abuse, can significantly impact a person’s risk of stroke. Alcohol can also increase your risk of stroke because liver damage due to too much alcohol can stop the liver from making substances that help your blood to clot. This can increase your risk of having a stroke caused by bleeding in your brain.

Adhere to the tips of this article for the sake of your health.

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