Are Strokes Caused By Diabetes And Hypertension Difficult To Cure?
Is it true that a stroke caused by diabetes and hypertension will be difficult for recovery
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Stroke is a condition in which there is a decrease or lack of blood supply to the brain caused by a blockage of blood vessels or rupture of blood vessels.
Hypertension and diabetes are the two main risk factors for stroke, both blockage and rupture of blood vessels. The risk will increase very high if there are other conditions such as high cholesterol, excess weight, lack of exercise, smoking habits, alcohol consumption.
Post stroke recovery is generally related to how quickly you get treatment since the onset of symptoms, the extent of the brain area that has had a stroke, and how routinely doing therapy to train the muscles of the body weakened by stroke.
Hypertension and diabetes are associated with an increased risk of recurrent strokes or the possibility of recurrent vein obstruction in the stoke and recurrent rupture of the bleeding stroke.
To get more information, you should consult with a neurologist.
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