The stats for Stroke and can happen to anyone
Men have a higher risk of stroke when blood stops flowing to the brain until age 85 that’s when the risk for women skyrockets. Stroke outcomes are also different in women and men. Women’s strokes more often arefatal or result in a poor quality of life. The gender gap to the universal symptoms which count from numbness and weakness in the face , arms, or legs, confusion, difficuly speaking or walking. Women also experience sudden hiccups, face, limb or chest pain and exhaustion. Taking slow dose aspirin each day may help. Taking a low dose aspirine each day may help. The drug does not reduce a women’s risk of having a first heart attack as it does for men. But research shows it may lessen a women’s likelihood for some strokes. Consider dropping hormonal birth control. It can increase the risk of stroke in women over the age of 35 and those who smoke or have high blood pressure, diabetes or high cholesterol.