by admin, October 22, 2011
A stroke is caused by a sudden blockage of blood flow to the brain. In can also be the result of a ruptured blood vessel in the brain. In either case it will lead to a loss of consciousness, sometimes the loss of speech, and the inhibition of movement of certain body parts.
The effects of a stroke can affect differing people in different ways. But the effects primarily depend upon the area of the brain affected and the degree of damage caused.
Any kind of injury to the brain can result in the senses being affected along with loss of mobility in either the arms or legs. Difficulties may be encountered with either speaking or the understanding of speech.
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by admin, April 2, 2011
Artherosclerosis consists of raised areas and cholesterol, which cause plaque to build up in the inner arterial walls, thus leading to obstruction of the blood flow.
The condition is preventable by paying good attention to ones health. by living a lifestyle which includes a balanced diet, and regular exercise.
The effect of artherosclerosis is to build up the plaque deposit in the walls of the arteries, and so increase the chance of suffering a heart attack and other disease. Today most people are aware of the risks associated with heart disease and strokes being caused by high levels of blood cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
The Effects of Artherosclerosis.
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