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Different Types of Strokes and Natural Remedies for Stroke

Stroke and its natural solution

A stroke is a condition in which brain cells do not receive enough oxygen due to which they die. This may happen due to an obstruction producing in the blood flow or due to the rupture of an artery that supplies the brain. Suddenly, the patient loses the ability to speak; there may be paralysis of the body parts and certain memory problems. Mainly there are two types of strokes:

 

Ischemic stroke and Hemorrhagic stroke

 

Ischemic stroke is the result of blockage produced by a clot or thrombus in the flow of blood. A thrombus or clot may be formed in a distant part of the body, but when it gets detached from its original site it may travel to the brain and can lead to ischemic stroke. 

A hemorrhagic stroke may result when there is a rupture of the blood vessel inside the brain and it fills the space between the brain and the skull with the blood. The blood present in the brain cavity reduces the functioning of the brain as there is no connection between the blood supply and brain cells. 

 

Both types of strokes lead to a decreased supply of oxygen to the brain and that creates enormous pressure on the brain. The outcome of the stroke depends upon the extent of damage and the part of the brain involved. In mild cases, it may cause slowing down of the functions whereas in severe cases it may lead to a permanent impairment of certain body organs. 

 

Natural solutions for stroke

 

Strokes can affect people of any age. Many people remain in search of a superfood that may prevent them from degenerative diseases. A person who survives the stroke is left with debilitating health problems that occur due to a lack of oxygen to the brain. Fruits and vegetables are natural foods that aid in prevention. Fruits and vegetables are rich sources of essential vitamins and minerals that help to boost up the immune system as well as help in supplying proper nutrition to the brain cells. 

 

Tomato is believed to be an excellent vegetable for reducing the risk of stroke. Scientists in Finland have found that diet rich in tomato can dramatically reduce the risk of having a stroke. 

 

Research findings have said that consistent exercise can enhance the process of brain healing. Exercise not only improves cognitive abilities following a stroke but it could also save the lives of many stroke victims. Research studies have found that exercise has helped many stroke victims to live their life independently after having an attack of stroke. Exercise increases the life expectancy of people with stroke. 

 

Polyphenols obtained from natural foods may help in the treatment of stroke. In past studies, resveratrol, curcumin, and grape seed extract have been shown to help prevent cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and dementia as this helps to alter gene expression to improve the nutrition of the brain cells. 

 

Most nutrition specialists indicate that a high protein diet is necessary to promote vibrant health. A high protein diet also helps in the management of the weight and lowers the risk of metabolic dysfunction. Proteins also help in the repair of damaged cells and tissues. 

 

Foods rich in anti-oxidants are helpful because they reduce the formation of a blood clot and reduce blood pressure. A group of foods rich in anti-oxidant includes blueberries, artichokes, russet potatoes, etc. Foods rich in anti-oxidants help by reducing the number of free radicals in our bodies. Free radical damages the cells and leads to the production of deadly diseases such as cancer and stroke. 

 

Apple is another fruit that is believed to reduce the risk of stroke. Dutch researchers found those eating apples; pears and other white-fleshed fruits and vegetables might lessen stroke risk by a dramatic 52%.

 

A diet rich in all the essential nutrients must be required to remain healthy overall. 

 

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Dr. Ritu

Dr Ritu Sandhu, B.H.M.S., Homeopath, and NASH member graduated From Chandigarh Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh, INDIA is a licensed Homeopathy practitioner since the last seventeen years. She writes on health-related topics to share her cumulative experience. Her mission is to uphold the time-honored values of compassion and humanity when caring for patients.

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