Why is the risk of brain stroke increasing among young people? Take care of the patient in this way, know the expert’s opinion

Vishal Jha/Ghaziabad. The young man, who is 20 years old and in the hospital’s ICU, is trying to raise his arms with all his body strength. Such a picture is seen in every hospital these days. This is not just a story or a story, every young person is now at risk of having a stroke due to bad lifestyle.

The English name of the disease is brain stroke and in common language it is called paralysis. Nowadays, even young people are coming to emergency hospitals with brain strokes. After all, how is this deadly disease making the youth its victims? In this regard, Ghaziabad doctor Shubhangi Patil said that stroke is simply called paralysis. If we talk about its cause, it happens when the supply of oxygen to our brain stops or decreases. As a result, the brain cells begin to die quickly. In such cases the part affected by the stroke is fully heard.

These are the reasons for the attack
According to Dr. Shubhangi Patil, normally our brain works against the body. That means the left brain works for the right side of the body and the right side brain works for the left side of the body. If we talk about the causes of stroke attack, high blood pressure, cholesterol, smoking, alcohol consumption, obesity, lack of sleep are all risk factors. If it is not controlled, there is a risk of brain stroke. A patient who has had a stroke requires good care even after returning home from the hospital. Dr. Shubhangi has mentioned some such therapies which can be given at home to make the patient fit quickly.

Keep these things in mind

The first is changing body position. It should be remembered that the position of the body should be changed every 2 hours. If you lie in bed in the same position for a long time, there are various problems.

The second exercise is ball punching. This involves giving the patient a ball and asking him to press it continuously. This causes a stretch in the patent hand nerve and the patient soon regains use of his hand.

In the third exercise, the patient is asked to sit on a bed or chair and then stand up. If this is practiced daily, the patient will soon learn to stand on his own. Maybe he can start walking soon too.

Apart from this, you have to move your hands and feet. Movement should be done at least twice a day. After that the toes should be moved up and down.

Care should be taken that the patient does not take any mental stress during this time. One should get enough sleep, be active, maintain a diet and keep one’s willpower strong. Also, one should not be mentally weak.

Rashmi Mathur

3 years experience of Contract Specialist in end-to-end Contract Lifecycle Management for clients with global and domestic operations.

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