Seemingly tiny and healthy alterations in your routine can largely reduce your risk for strokes. While making changes may be challenging, discipline and consistency will always get you where you need to go.

You can start small and build up from there.

  • Unhealthy Diet: You are indeed what you eat. To be healthier, you must eat healthier.
  • Sedentary Lifestyle: Physical activity is good for the heart and brain. Exercising is probably one of the best favors you could do for your health.
  • Smoking: The risk for heart disease triples with smoking. Quitting is a great way to prevent stroke and heart diseases.