Stroke is a cerebrovascular accident that occurs when blood supply to a part of the brain is disrupted leading to brain cell death. Typically the early signs of stroke are weakness, tingling sensation, slurred speech, abnormal gait, an inability to balance and difficulty in swallowing. It is possible to prevent stroke by taking steps to minimize risk factors such as high blood pressure, increased cholesterol, and diabetes and go easy on smoking, alcohol indulgence and other lifestyle habits that tend to aggravate the risk factors.
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