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We Face Temptations and Hazards Everyday

Published on 5/13/2018
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We face temptations and hazards to our physical health almost every day.

Some of these we think and talk about often, such as heart disease and high blood pressure.

But do we think enough about what could negatively affect our minds—or more specifically, our brains?

Anxiety, stress, depression, and neurological disorders might fall on our radar more often when it comes to mental health, for example.

But—especially as we age—we have another contender to deal with that can affect our brains and nervous system: and that would be stroke risk.

We may not think of it so much when we’re younger. Still, it’s nevertheless important to think about as the years go by—and as the years stack up.

WHAT IS A STROKE? HOW DOES IT AFFECT HEALTH?

What exactly is a stroke? Why should we work on our health to reduce its risk—and how?

A stroke is a health event that occurs due to a dysfunction in the transport of blood and oxygen to the brain.

As soon as this happens, damage begins to happen in the brain. This affects the rest of the body neurologically, too.

Some signs of getting stroke may include:

Paralysis of a leg, arm, and/or one side of the faceTrouble understanding speechTrouble walking and talkingTrouble seeing in one or both eyesHeadache and/or dizziness

If a stroke isn’t treated right away (and this requires professional medical attention immediately), it could be fatal.

This is why it’s important to be aware of stroke risk.

It’s even more important to work on empowering health in ways that reduce the chances of getting a stroke, too—which can look quite similar to how one might reduce heart disease risk in their personal life.

FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE: NEUROPROTECTORS

Just like when working on reducing heart disease risk, there are very natural ways to help reduce stroke risk, too.

These include lifestyle and diet changes. However, some research-supported, time-tested mushrooms and herbs have been shown they can provide additional help, too.

The best category of botanicals to help work against stroke risk are called neuroprotectors.

These may also be called nootropics or even nervous system adaptogens.

The neuroprotective herbs and fungi listed below number among some of the best candidates for possibly reducing stroke risk.

These have revealed the most potential in both tradition and scientific research and may protect the brain and nervous system from stroke and other threats.

Keep in mind: these have not been shown to 100% cure, stop, or completely shield against any risk of stroke—only to provide support.

If a stroke is suspected, always make sure to go to the hospital, and do not rely on natural remedies.

BACOPA (BACOPA MONNIERI)

Long used in Asian herbal traditions to strengthen mind and memory, modern science has good news about bacopa for those working to reduce stroke risk naturally.

A study in 2012 found that extracts of this plant could reduce stroke’s effects and damages on memory, learning, and focus on test subjects that experienced the event.

This is an exciting addition to research and studies already established on bacopa, which shows that it could naturally and mildly enhance mental functions of cognition and memory—and especially benefit those who are getting older.

With bacopa, there are far more benefits beyond just simple reduced stroke risk that make the herb worthwhile to explore.

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