Top 5 Alcohol-free Cocktails

Top 5 Alcohol-free Cocktails

Regularly drinking large amounts of alcohol greatly increases your risk of stroke. Most governments around the world recommend to limit drinking and avoid binge drinking, where large volumes are consumed in a short space of time.If you are disposed to alcohol overuse,...
8 Facts About Stroke and Smoking

8 Facts About Stroke and Smoking

Smoking not only increases your risk of health problems, such as heart disease and blocked arteries, it’s also strongly linked to stroke. But there are many different factors that can affect your risk, from gender to financial status. Here are some fascinating facts...
How to Eat Well and Live Longer

How to Eat Well and Live Longer

Many studies have found a link between what we eat and high blood pressure, which is one of the ten major modifiable risk factors for stroke. In other words, something you can easily control yourself could reduce your own personal risk of developing health problems....
YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT: Diet and Stroke Risk

YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT: Diet and Stroke Risk

A good diet, which features plenty of fruits and vegetables; fiber; whole grains; legumes; and fish has been associated with a reduced risk of stroke (1). But what’s the best way to maintain a healthy weight and keep your chance of developing cardiovascular health...
6 Foods Influencing Stroke Risk

6 Foods Influencing Stroke Risk

Among all impacts (actions, influences, corrections, …) on the risk factors, changing your eating habits is one of the easiest ways to decrease your risk, as it is directly related to other catalysts, such as being overweight and having high blood pressure. In...
5 Facts About Stroke and Depression

5 Facts About Stroke and Depression

Stroke is a serious, life-changing and often overwhelming event. Most people who suffer a stroke will experience some sort of emotional changes, including feelings of shock, anger, anxiety and depression. It’s normal to feel sad and upset after a stroke, but...