"Cigarette smoke causes fat to build up in the main neck artery, and it also thickens the blood and makes it more prone to clotting, so in order to help reduce the risk of stroke, one of the best things you can do to keep yourself healthy is to stay away," Katrey said. about cigarette smoke.
Katri highlighted the sedentary lifestyle, and how it can increase a person's risk of stroke.
He added: "The chances of having a stroke may increase if you are overweight." And you can reduce your odds by exercising every day.
Experts emphasized that by following an active lifestyle, you can reduce the risk of developing high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.
These health conditions are all risk factors for stroke, Katrey noted.