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"The earlier and more diligently the blood pressure is managed, the less damage we cause to our arteries through time."
In addition to raising blood pressure, a high-salt diet may also spell trouble for the brain — and for mental performance.
Meet Lilian Tsi Stielstra, this week's #StrokeHero. Lilian had been diagnosed with High Blood Pressure in early 2010, and was in a fairly stressful job situation, and about 15 to 20 pounds overweight and taking oral contraceptives. She felt that she was not given very good care or guidance as the nurse practitioner was not able to tell her more than to take the proper pills while Lilian wished to be more involved in her care and get more direction. About six months after the ...diagnosis, Lilian woke up with numbness in her left leg, and within 30 minutes, her entire left side was numb - leg, arm, and face. That was when she recognized that she was having a stroke and was rushed to the hospital Emergency Room. Fortunately, for Lilian, she had her own paramedic – her husband. She stayed in the hospital for 72 hours and was then discharged. Having gotten to the hospital fast, Lilian had no real deficits as it was a very small clot as well. While she was in the hospital, she received more information about what happened to her and what steps I could take to change the course of her health. Lilian started with walking 30 minutes every day, and now 5 years later, she is running an average of 20 miles a week, and taking up swimming lessons for the first time in her life. She’s also changed her
diet, and is reading labels, and being careful about what she eats.
Perhaps you have noticed, your blood pressure fluctuates, sometimes by quite a bit, and considering the many warning we have all heart about high blood pressure, those variations may be worrisome. So, are we right to be worried? http://spr.ly/6186DEGtn
12 years after a stroke changed his life, Billy found freedom on top of a bike. “Not only did my body begin to change physically, but my entire demeanor and mindset transformed.” Read his inspiring story.
Dolly Lang isn't old enough to vote, but she's making her voice heard in Washington and her home state of New Jersey. Her mother is a two-time stroke survivor who has long been an advocate for stroke research, and Dolly is following in her footsteps. Visit www.yourethecure.org to learn how you can make a difference. #YoureTheCure
Meet this week's #StrokeHero, Belinda De La Rosa. Belinda has suffered two strokes and her first stroke was in 1998 when she collapsed while working without noticeable reason. Then the same incident occurred five years later. Belinda is a stroke hero because of her constant efforts at staying healthy and remaining happy. She is a wife and a mother of two sons, who she generously supports through her love, affection and finances. Though, Belinda has sad days she is always able to smile. Smiling is her manifestation of her perseverance to live well and pursue happiness.