21.07.2021 – 10:04
“Ask the doctor” is the newest section, a platform that enables contact between doctor and patient.
If you have any questions about everything that worries you about your health, here you will get answers from experienced doctors, without booking appointments and avoiding long queues.
Patients: Stroke, what are the risk factors?
Doctor: Epidemiological studies have identified many factors that directly and indirectly increase the risk of stroke (stroke).
Some of these factors, in particular AGE can not be modified although it is one of the important risk factors. Factors of Male-Female Brain Differences can be modified with treatments with or without medication. Knowledge of these factors provides a good opportunity in building a sound basis for stroke prevention of both primary or secondary form.
Modifiable risk factors are:
Cardiopathic diseases, especially atrial fibrillation.
Left ventricular hypertrophy
Reduction of physical activity
Some other factors that increase the risk of stroke, but which are not fully documented as risk factors are:
Cardiopathic diseases such as aneurysms, etc.
Use of oral contraceptives
Hormone replacement hormone therapy.
Obesity and metabolic syndromes
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