If you do not actively change your schedule accordingly, you are very likely to face a stroke caused by cerebral infarction.
In daily life, many people think that cerebral infarction usually occurs suddenly in middle-aged and elderly people. But in fact, this disease is getting younger and younger and the cause may come from unreasonable eating habits and daily activities.
The incidence of cerebral infarction in recent years has been increasing in young people. Taking the closest example can be mentioned the case of doctor Zhang (Chinese) suddenly having a brain infarction while working, which was posted on Sohu page a while ago. At a time when the COVID-19 epidemic was raging in many places, Dr. Truong defied his health and resolutely participated in volunteer work on the front lines of the fight against the epidemic.
Due to overwork, this doctor fainted and was taken to the emergency room. After examining, Dr. Truong was diagnosed with cerebral infarction. In fact, in the early stages of supporting the epidemic prevention and control, Dr. Truong had symptoms of dizziness and abdominal pain. However, instead of finding a cure, Dr. Truong tried to continue working, which led to overwork, causing a sudden cerebral infarction.
In addition, there is a man surnamed Guo (32 years old) living in Hunan province who was diagnosed with cerebral infarction twice in 3 years. At a young age, this man was diagnosed with diabetes, but thinking it was not a serious disease, he subjectively ignored early treatment. After that, his condition got worse and worse and the man had to face a stroke at a later time and left him with an incurable hemiplegia.
* Bad habits young people need to correct immediately if they do not want to have a stroke or brain infarction.
1. Using carbonated items for a long time.
Carbonated water is a popular beverage in daily life. However, you should not drink too often, especially need to say no to drinking instead of filtered water. Because this drink contains many additives, it not only disrupts the balance of the body, but also easily causes dehydration, making the blood abnormally viscous, thereby causing the brain to lack blood and oxygen. cause a sudden cerebral infarction.
2. Stay up late and stress.
Do not underestimate staying up late, many young people think that staying up late regularly is not a bad thing. But in fact, staying up late regularly will make the body secrete adrenaline hormone, disrupt the autonomic nervous system and affect the brain’s nerves. In the long run, it can cause brain attacks and strokes without warning.
3. Smoking and alcoholism.
People who smoke and drink a lot of alcohol are more likely to have a brain attack than the general population. Because in these 2 products contain harmful substances such as tar and nicotine. A large amount of alcohol entering the body can damage blood vessels, increase blood pressure in the body, thereby accelerating the process of hardening of the arteries and causing sudden cerebral infarction.
* How to prevent cerebral infarction?
To prevent cerebral infarction, you must first have a reasonable diet, try to eat less foods that are high in fat, high in cholesterol, sugar, and salt… Instead, you should eat a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits. To eliminate excess substances in the body, thereby converting excess lipids out of the body by metabolism, helping blood circulation, reducing blood vessel congestion, preventing vascular diseases such as infarction. brain blood.
In addition, you can also exercise with exercises such as running, walking… to promote blood circulation, speed up metabolism in the body, avoid depositing a large amount of harmful substances in the body. blood vessels and keep the blood vessels in a clean state.