The Importance of Physical Activity After Stroke

The Importance of Physical Activity After Stroke

People who suffer a stroke or TIA (Transient Ischaemic Attack), often called a ‘mini-stroke’, have a higher risk of suffering a full stroke in the future. In fact, around 30% of all strokes are recurrent (1). But the amount of exercise you do, could limit the risk. As...
8 Facts on Exercise and Stroke Risk

8 Facts on Exercise and Stroke Risk

Regular activity not only improves physical and mental health; it also reduces your risk of developing numerous health problems, including high cholesterol, heart disease and stroke. Here are some great reasons to get up and move more: 1. High levels of exercise...
The Truth About Stroke and Exercise

The Truth About Stroke and Exercise

Did you know? Nearly one fourth of all deaths due to cardiovascular diseases could be prevented each year, simply through changes in lifestyle habits. (1) Of all the things we could alter, studies show physical activity is key when it comes to reducing the risk of...