Stroke prevention

You can not control your family history, age, gender or ethnicity. But fortunately, you can control some factors that can increase your risk of stroke, such as obesity, diet, diabetes, smoking, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

A stroke occurs when blood circulation to an area of your brain is interrupted. Without oxygen-rich blood supply, the brain cells begin to die. Unless restore blood supply, the affected parts of the brain die, resulting in disability and death.

Support stroke prevention efforts by educating yourself more about the risk factors you can control and those that you can not control.

Risk factors you can control

.Risk factors you can control

Uncontrollable Risk Factors

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Are you a person at risk? Answer Cardiovascular Risk AssessmentMDAnd get a personalized risk profile as well as a personal healthy living action plan that includes tips, tools, recipes and much more to help you reduce your risk.

For more information on stroke prevention, read our brochureTake control - Reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.

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