Strokes in Young Men

As I am checking news and updates related to medical and safety issues and that partly has something to do with my recent writing gig, I came across some factors that triggers of Strokes in young men.

I read an article that says, “If you are going to have a stroke, your chance of dying is 20% and if not then you have 40% chance of being disabled and a 25% chance of being severely paralyzed”. But the good thing is, according to studies that 50% – 80% of strokes are preventable or can be prevented. There are several ways to reduce the risk from getting stroke and one of which is drinking water. Funny how is that so but according to the researchers of Loma Linda University, men who drank 5 or more 8-ounce glasses of water daily cut their stroke risk by 53%. They explained further that water helps to thin the blood, which in turn makes it less likely to form blood clots.

The following are the 4 triggers of strokes in young men:
  1. Stress
  2. Aggression
  3. Loneliness
  4. Marital Discontent

Read more about the 4 triggers of strokes in young men here.

    Stroke itself is not the biggest problem but the long term physical therapy and rehabilitation were the one that drains everything of the family.

    2 thoughts on “Strokes in Young Men

    1. Liz Makes More Money

      Informative post about men's health. By the way, added your badge under link builders. :)

      Thanks!

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