Question: What do tapping your toes, eating celery, sitting down and getting a flu shot all have in common?
Answer: They are all surprising ways to reduce your risk of having a stroke—ways that your doctor is not likely to tell you about.
And these are only a few of the many simple yet effective things you can do to help “stroke-proof” your brain.
So the next time your doctor tells you about the usual ways to avoid a stroke—such as watching your blood pressure—you tell him or her about these other powerful anti-stroke measures. Here are the details…
Stroke Preventers You Probably Never Heard of
Reduce High Blood Pressure By Tapping Your Toes
Take Charge of Your Anger to Protect Your Health
How the Flu Vaccine May Help Your Heart
Special Risks and the Tests You Need
What Arthritis Patients Should Know About Stroke and Atrial Fibrillation
What You Must Know If Your Mother Had a Stroke
Are You Taking the Wrong Blood Pressure Medication?
Blood Pressure Alert: Are the New Guidelines Misguided?
Stroke Prevention Clinic: Smart Way to Catch a Stroke Before It Starts
Could a Jolt to the Neck Cause a Stroke?
What to Eat to Prevent a Stroke
Eat Celery to Reduce Blood Pressure
Delicious Foods That Prevent Stroke
Magnesium: Do You Get Enough of This Anti-Stroke Mineral?
Foods That Help Control Blood Pressure
Tomatoes: The Red Secret to Stroke Prevention
A Grapefruit a Day Helps Keep Stroke Away
DASH: The Easiest, Most Healthful Diet Ever
What to Drink—and Not to Drink
5 Cups of Coffee a Day Can Be Good for You!
Drink Tea to Guard Against Stroke
The Red Wine That Does the Most for Your Health