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Paralysis is a rapidly growing disease

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Alzheimer’s is considered to be a disease for which there is no cure. This impression is completely wrong. Obstruction of the arteries of the brain due to which the blood supply to the brain is affected is called paralysis. Diabetes, blood pressure, obesity, smoking, tobacco. , Alcoholism, heart valve disorder, there is a risk of such a disease. The rate of stroke patients in Pakistan has exceeded 40%. About one million people suffer from some form of disability due to stroke. It is estimated that more than one and a half million people in Pakistan suffer from stroke every year.

More than 70% of them suffer from stroke With a permanent disability, 10 to 20 percent of people die of a stroke. If you are over 50 and 60 years old and you have high blood pressure and high sugar levels. If blood pressure and sugar are not controlled through medication and dietary precautions, you can at any time suffer a sudden stroke due to high blood pressure and sugar levels. Obesity in poultry diet Attacks can happen at any time. People who sit most of the time and do not exercise at all have a higher risk of having a stroke. Immediately after a stroke, go to a hospital or a qualified doctor. A paralyzed patient can be rushed to the hospital and first aid can be provided to save his life. In case of paralysis, the patient should be made to lie down straight. There are two types of stroke. One is the rupture of blood vessels in the brain, the other is the blockage of blood vessels in the brain. Heart failure, heart valve damage, accumulation of fat in the arteries of the neck, are the main causes of paralysis.

Symptoms of paralysis

Sudden tingling of the mouth or loss of any one hand, foot, or sound. MRI or CT scan of the brain may be done to diagnose the disease. Which part of the brain is affected by paralysis? As stated in the previous lines, the rate of stroke patients in Pakistan has exceeded 40%. In the coming years, stroke will become the fourth major disease in Pakistan. At least 22% of people suffering from stroke in Pakistan die. Pregnant women are more likely to have a stroke, which is called CVST and is diagnosed by MRV. The cause of stroke in children is brain infection, heart valve problem, blood disorders. One out of every four people in the world can have stroke at any time in life and it is possible to prevent it.

How to stay safe from stroke? 

Controlling your blood pressure and taking regular blood pressure medication. Controlling sugar and taking its medication regularly. Take at least 15 to 20 minutes of walking every day.

Avoid smoking

Avoid depression and stress because one in six strokes is caused by stress. Control your anger and lower your cholesterol. Eat a balanced diet, ie eat as much fruit and vegetables as possible. Control your weight. Keep in mind, one in five strokes is caused by obesity. If someone has a stroke, the role of medicine as well as physiotherapy is very important. In addition, if any of the symptoms of paralysis is found in any patient, then immediately contact a neurologist and not a stroke. Avoid complications such as chest infection, urinary tract infection, numbness of hands and feet, depression, body aches, etc. are common after paralysis. Remember that by adopting a healthy lifestyle you can avoid the complications of paralysis and stroke. Paralysis is a disease that not only paralyzes any part of the body but can also lead to death. Occurs when blood and oxygen is blocked or ruptured (brain hemorrhage) in an artery that supplies blood to the brain. It can target people of any age due to today’s lifestyle which raises blood pressure and increases the risk of this deadly disease. Symptoms of paralysis include severe headache, dizziness, blurred vision or blurred vision, difficulty speaking, running sensation in the body, etc. However, sudden roaring or neck pain while walking can also be a symptom of these symptoms. In the presence of any of these, it is necessary to consult a medical professional, even if it later proves to be a common disease. However, by making some lifestyle changes, you can significantly reduce your risk of stroke by.

Eat tomatoes

An antioxidant called lycopene turns tomatoes red, and according to a recent medical study, people with high levels of lycopene in their blood have a 55 percent lower risk of any type of stroke and a 59 percent lower risk of ischemic stroke. Tomatoes are high in this antioxidant, while watermelon and guava are also considered to be the best for it. Exercise is also a great way to reduce the risk of stroke. A recent study found that Moderate to strenuous exercise, such as jogging or cycling, reduced the risk of silent stroke, which can lead to memory problems. Another study found that avoiding healthy lifestyles such as smoking, daily exercise, Keeping your body weight normal and avoiding alcohol can reduce your risk of stroke by up to 80%.

Weight loss Obesity

is the root cause of many diseases as it increases the risk of diabetes and high blood pressure and both are major causes of stroke. Losing up to 4 kg of body weight also significantly reduces this risk. 

Cholesterol control

 Increasing the level of LDL cholesterol, which is harmful to health, while lowering the level of beneficial HDL cholesterol increases the chances of blood clots in the arteries, which restricts blood circulation which leads to paralysis. Removing saccharin and trans fat from the diet lowers the level of harmful cholesterol while increasing the level of beneficial cholesterol. In this regard, the use of prescription drugs is also beneficial.

Keep an eye on your heartbeat 

Irregular heartbeats increase the risk of stroke by 5 times. If you feel your heartbeat is very fast and irregular, you should consult a doctor to find out the cause.

Low salt intake 

The American Heart Association recommends half a teaspoon of salt a day, but most people consume much more than that. Salt raises blood pressure, which is one of the most important factors in increasing the risk of stroke.People who consume too much salt in their diet are twice as likely to have a stroke.

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