Over the past two years of COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns and restrictions, you might now feel that life’s almost getting back to normal. The government started lifting restrictions like the use of face shields have come to an end, allowing kids and seniors in malls and travel destinations, the start of face-to-face classes, and many other things. Looking back to the lockdown and restriction period, what have you done during those years? Is your daily routine still the same as before the pandemic or have you become more health-conscious?
Even though we now adjust to a new normal, it is still vital for us to practice and continue our cleaning and healthy lifestyle habits as the threat of the coronavirus remains. Consistency in healthy habits is our lifetime protection from viruses and other illnesses like stroke, the second leading cause of death worldwide.
Most think that stroke attack only adults, while in fact, it can occur at a younger age as well and even in kids. Hypertension, heart disease, obesity, high cholesterol levels, diabetes, and any other health problems can lead to stroke. It is very important to be firmly fixed the habits of a healthy lifestyle because, in the long run, it’s a big help to prevent future stroke attacks or even recover from it if you or a family member have been there.
How can we avoid stroke attacks? Check your current lifestyle, avoid these habits and foods that are risky to having a stroke:
- Stop smoking
- Reduce or eliminate fatty and sugary foods
- Cut down meat and salty food intake
- Limit alcohol intake
Instead, do exercise regularly, and choose a healthy diet like eating more fresh fruits and vegetables. Check your blood pressure regularly, because hypertension is known to be a “silent killer” since there are no symptoms of it. Most importantly, talk to your doctor if you start feeling the symptoms of a stroke like sudden dizziness, numbness on the side of the face, loss of balance, and speaking difficulty.
Start stroke prevention or care for those on the road to stroke recovery today! Regardless of age, protection from this killing disease is important by making healthy lifestyle choices and habits. Dr. Sonny Viloria, an integrative medicine specialist, advises that those recovering from a stroke must also move their body and practice moving around even outside physical therapy, so that their muscles stay well and functional. These small steps can help keep you and your loved ones healthy! She also emphasizes taking Organique Acai Premium Blend, an all-natural mix of antioxidants and vitamins that can help keep your body strong and healthy. Studies show that it can help reduce bad cholesterol and help keep illnesses away. Organique Acai Premium Blend is safe to take alongside medication; you just need to take one shot glass a day before breakfast. Combined with treatment, Organique Acai Premium Blend can be your partner in stroke prevention, recovery, and daily wellness!
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