Hypertension & Stroke

Hypertension: Hypertension is a major condition that significantly increases the risks of organs like heart, brain, kidney and other diseases. Blood pressure is determined by both the amount of blood pumps by the heart and the amount of resistance to which blood flow in your arteries.

The walls of Blood vessel can be damaged due to high blood pressure, which can lead to stroke. High blood pressure can be managed by maintaining good lifestyle behaviours like exercising and the DASH diet, as well as the use of medications if necessary. People with hypertension are four to six times more likely to have a stroke because blood supply to one part of the brain is being cut off.

 

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