Cerebrovascular diseases are high and dangerous. How should they be prevented and controlled?

Cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction, hemiplegia… You have heard of these, and even seen them with your own eyes. Cerebrovascular diseases are around us. Ask the people around us, especially the elderly. Many people suffer from cerebrovascular diseases, greatly reducing the quality of life. The incidence rate of cerebrovascular diseases is so high and the impact is so bad, but there are many misunderstandings in people’s cognition of such diseases, which cannot be correctly prevented and treated, resulting in delays in the disease. 1. How can we predict such a dangerous situation? If these situations happen to you or your family, you must be on guard and seek medical treatment as soon as possible: Weakness, heaviness or numbness of one limb; Read More …

In order to have a good cardiovascular and cerebrovascular system, the following points should be done

1. Control blood sugar, blood pressure and blood lipid levels Abnormal blood sugar, blood pressure and blood lipid levels will increase the risk of atherosclerosis, thus increasing the risk of stroke. According to the doctor’s requirements, regular examination, through drugs, diet, exercise to make them within the normal range. Step 2: Exercise appropriately Exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, which can be completed in one day. Of course, it is best to consult a doctor before exercise, whether your current situation is suitable for exercise and what kind of exercise method is suitable for. Recommended sports include walking, jogging, cycling, Taijiquan, swimming, etc. 3. Low-fat, low-salt diet Low fat here refers to reducing the intake of saturated fat Read More …

Your mother thinks you are cold because she is really afraid of the cold.

From summer to autumn, as the temperature gradually drops, people’s clothes begin to mess up: some people are still walking around in short skirts and shorts, while others have already put on thin sweaters, which is the so-called “disorderly dressing in February and August”. However, careful observation shows that the elderly people around them often wear more clothes than the young people. There is a joke on the Internet: there is a kind of cold called [your mother thinks you are cold]. But if you think about it carefully, this sentence is still very reasonable-because parents are really more afraid of cold than young people. As one grows older, The functions of the various systems and organs of the body Read More …

Stroke: The Sworn Enemy of Human Happiness

Stroke is a very old disease, Records and descriptions can be found in both eastern and western traditional medicine. < < Huangdi Neijing > > is the earliest classic of oriental medicine known to all. Medical Origin is recognized as the beginning of western medicine, In both books, stroke is described as a disease. At that time, people attributed the cause of stroke to the element [wind] or the invasion of evil spirits. However, today we already know very well that The cause is a failure in the cerebrovascular system that supplies blood to the human brain. In modern medicine, We have summed up this kind of disease as: Cerebrovascular accident. Of course, there is also a more popular name Read More …

Here are nine questions about stroke

1. Improper exercise increases the risk of stroke When we treated the patients clinically, we found that many elderly people suffered from sudden hemiplegia during morning exercises. Many of them suffered from chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes and hyperlipidemia at the same time, and the high incidence of cerebrovascular diseases was from early morning to early morning. Cold weather, easy to cause cerebral infarction. If in such a morning, get up early to exercise, strenuous exercise, blood will increase in limb muscle distribution, brain blood supply decreased, more likely to induce cerebral infarction. Recommendation:The elderly should not exercise too early or intensively, but should exercise moderately. 2. Don’t be too superstitious about health care products Health care products are Read More …

What if the blood vessel is blocked? The ways to save blood vessels are all here.

Nowadays, people’s living standards have improved. They have cars to go out and meat to eat. However, unconsciously, high blood pressure, diabetes, hyperlipidemia and other [rich diseases] also follow, and these diseases are closely related to vascular health. If [rich diseases] are not well controlled, various vascular blockages may occur. What if unfortunately the blood vessel is blocked? Is there a simple and down-to-earth way to what? Different vascular blockages, different diseases Cerebrovascular blockage-stroke Hemiplegia, illegible speech and even loss of mobility may occur after stroke, and bedridden may occur. Cardiac blood vessels are blocked-myocardial infarction If the blockage is not serious, it may only affect the pumping ability of the heart, and serious myocardial infarction can kill people at Read More …

Every patient with high blood pressure should know about stroke.

Stroke is a very dangerous complication of hypertension patients. In addition to controlling blood pressure, it is also very important for hypertension patients to know some common sense about stroke. Stroke ≠ Headache Many hypertension patients will have headache symptoms, but there is no inevitable connection between headache and stroke. There is a difference between stroke and common headache discomfort: The degree of pain is generally very severe, and many patients describe [the most severe headache in my life]; One side of the limb may be inflexible in movement, weakened in strength, unable to hold the cup, bowl chopsticks, books and other objects in his hand; Abnormal speech and walking; Can’t see clearly, or blind in both eyes or monocular. Read More …

Low sodium and high potassium, a kind of eating method to prevent hypertension and stroke.

When it comes to hypertension and stroke, everyone is very afraid: hypertension requires a lifetime of antihypertensive drugs; Stroke, mild paralysis, severe direct life-threatening… Hypertension and stroke are so terrible, is there any way to prevent them from diet? Of course there is! FDA has approved such a health statement: Diets containing high potassium and low sodium diets can reduce the risk of hypertension and stroke. As long as a food contains more than 350 milligrams of potassium, this statement can be marked. In other words, the diet of low sodium and high potassium is helpful to prevent hypertension and stroke. Low sodium and high potassium, why is it so magical? 1. Low sodium, reducing the risk of hypertension and Read More …

How do soy sauce, oyster sauce, fish sauce and juice make the food delicious?

All kinds of salty sauces are probably the most common seasonings in ordinary kitchens. Soy sauce alone has not only traditional classifications such as raw soy sauce, old soy sauce and head soy sauce, but also repugnant nouns such as [chemical soy sauce] [blended soy sauce]. In addition, oyster sauce, fish sauce, juice, etc., which used to be popular only in some areas, are dazzling. Today, Dr. Clove will talk to you about how they are all made. Soy sauce In the traditional process, the main raw materials for making soy sauce are soybean, wheat and salt. Now, soybean meal, wheat bran or other raw materials are also used. These raw materials are heated at high temperature, killing microorganisms in Read More …

Atrial fibrillation greatly increases the risk of stroke, and special attention should be paid after the age of 60!

More than 70-year-old Aunt Wang has a cheerful and lively personality and is well maintained. She is also an activist in the square dance in the community. Neighbors all take her as a health idol. But just a few days ago, Aunt Wang went to a sudden stroke and almost lost her life. Everyone doesn’t understand, without hypertension and diabetes, how did she suffer a stroke? Only after listening to the doctor did I understand that it was Aunt Wang’s atrial fibrillation for many years. A healthy [invisible assassin] of the elderly. The word atrial fibrillation may sound a bit strange, but it is the most common arrhythmia among the middle-aged and elderly people in our country. The prevalence rate Read More …