Controlling these risky conditions could help survivors avoid another stroke
Stroke survivors who improve their blood pressure, cholesterol and activity levels – help decrease their odds of having another stroke.
That’s according to a new joint statement from the American Heart and American Stroke Associations.
Research has shown that treating high blood pressure is the most important way to prevent recurrent stroke – because 70% of victims also have hypertension.
However, cholesterol lowering therapy and three to four days a week of moderate activity are also effective methods to decrease the risk of another stroke.
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