A stroke happens when the blood flow to the brain is cut off. Atherosclerosis is a disease that affects the blood vessels that carry blood to the brain, known as arteries. Your brain's cells depend on the oxygen and nutrients found in this blood. Blood may be unable to flow through the artery if it is obstructed or broken. Insufficient blood supply to brain cells results in their death.
Stroke-induced cell death is common. Some people, on the other hand, will only last a few hours if the blood supply is not completely cut off. After a stroke, it is possible that some of these cells can be revived by restoring blood supply. They will die if they don't.
When you have a stroke, your bad nutrition is one of the contributing causes. Some foods can raise your risk of stroke and other health problems if consumed in excess.
You should avoid overdosing on the following in order to avoid a stroke:
Avoid smoking excessively.
Stroke risk goes up if you smoke too much or use tobacco in any way. Stroke risk can be cut in half in as little as a year if you stop smoking, which is an instant benefit to your health.
It's not a good idea to start smoking again after a break from it. Smoking after a stroke raises the risk of death. People who return to this lifestyle after a stroke are three times more likely to die.
Maintain a moderate level of alcohol consumption.
The vast majority of people have had a drink or two at some point in their lives. Studies have shown that drinking in moderation is good for one's health, but binge drinking can be harmful.
Alcohol, especially alcohol addiction, can raise your risk of stroke. Drinking one to two bottles of wine a day raises your risk of stroke by 10% to 15%, according to a recent study Stroke risk increases by up to a third if you have four or more drinks.
Don't overdo it on the red meat.
Regular consumption of red meat can significantly increase your chances of having a stroke. More over two servings of red meat a day increased the risk of stroke by 28 percent compared to those who ate less than one-third of a serving per day, according to a new study. To reduce your risk of a stroke, it is recommended that you substitute one daily serving of red meat with other protein sources, such as almonds or fish.
Reduce your diet of red meat and quit drinking and smoking for your own benefit.
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