HYPERTENSION AND BAD EATING HABITS INCREASES ONE’S CHANCES OF GETTING STROKE-DR.JOHN BUSAURI

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Stroke is a non-communicable disease that develops in a person when there is a sadden deficit in the functionality of the body usually as results of denial of oxygen to the brain cells especially when there is interruption of blood flows to the brain Dr. John of Tumu hospital explained to Radford News. He said the risk factors that predisposes one to stroke is hypertension, diabetes and Alcoholism, cardiovascular infection and many more including bad eating habits. Meanwhile, it comes in different forms, the ischemic type and the hemorrhagic where the scymic type comes with blockage of blood to the brain cells and the hemorrhagic being interruption of blood to the brain

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