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Two ways to reduce your risk of suffering from chronic pain following a stroke - start today!

by , 09 April 2013

Ischemic strokes are the most common form of strokes. They happen when an artery supplying blood to the brain becomes blocked. And while many people survive these strokes, a new study shows that ischemic stroke survivors are often left struggling with chronic pain. Here's why you need to add outdoor walking to your stroke survival strategy…

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher had a stroke and died peacefully yesterday, says FSP Health.
And she’s not the only one.
Strokes are on the rise around the world, with ischemic strokes making up 87% of all strokes, says Health24. 
Unfortunately, many stroke sufferers are left with chronic pain.
Much of this central stroke pain is due to stroke-related brain injury that causes touch, temperature or other sensations to be felt as pain.
Fortunately, it can take months after your recovery from a stroke for this chronic pain to set in.  
So you can stop of being left with chronic pain in its tracks today.
Because by strengthening structural weaknesses in the body, post-stroke pain may be alleviated permanently, writes CaringMedical.
The best way to do this?
Outdoor walking, as soon as you’re able to, will strengthen your body and reduce the risk of chronic pain!
All you need to do is start outdoor walking just three times a week to boost endurance and your resting heart rate, says the BBC.
That’s all it takes to increase stamina and muscle strength, and also improve people’s ability to do daily tasks following a stroke, adds WebMD.
This, in turn, reduces the chance that you’ll be left with chronic pain following a stroke.

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But if you regularly drink alcohol, you’re also at risk of suffering from chronic pain following a stroke, says Health24.
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