Stroke is one of the diseases that lurk and could kill someone at any time. In
Indonesia for example, estimated that each year there are approximately
500 thousand inhabitants suffered a stroke and is still a major killer
(first killer) in the ER Hospital.
Stroke is the sudden onset of a brain attack caused by blockage or rupture of blood vessels of the brain. The
disease is usually caused by various factors ranging from the nature
can be controlled up to that nature can not be controlled.
recommendations given are the result of a medical research scientist
who conducted the Harvard School of Public Health of the 43,685 men and
71,243 women. The average age of participants at the time the research began 54 years in men and 50 years in women.
the results of research published this journal Circulation, researchers
defined five habits that reduce the risk of stroke as follows:
1. Do not smoke.
2. Maintaining ideal body weight. This means that the body mass index (BMI) of less than 25. BMI ranging from 25 to 29.9 are considered in the normal category, while more than 30 are considered as obese or overweight.
3. Do exercise or physical movements for at least half an hour during each day.
in the menu balanced diet including avoiding bad fats and diligent
eating fruits and vegetables, low-fat meats like chicken and fish,
fiber, nuts and legumes.
5. Limit or eliminate alcohol consumption.
the research revealed, the women who underwent five disciplined
lifestyle over a 79 percent lower risk of developing all types of
strokes and 81 percent lower risk of experiencing an ischemic stroke
risk than women who do not live a healthy lifestyle.
the men who pass through daily to five lifestyle guidelines is a 69
percent lower risk of all types of strokes and 80 percent lower risk of
ischemic stroke, compared to the five men who did not undergo such a
healthy lifestyle patterns. More than 50 percent of cases of ischemic strokes could be prevented through self-discipline in a healthy lifestyle. As for overall stroke cases, 47 cases in women and 35 percent of cases in men can be prevented. This
study shows that by living a healthy lifestyle, relating to 80 percent
lower risk of coronary heart disease with cases and 90 percent lower
risk of diabetes, also can prevent more than 50 percent of cases of