Avoiding Another Stroke

Avoiding Another Stroke

Having already experienced a stroke means that your risk of having another is higher than someone who hasn't had a stroke. By controlling all the risk factors you can can reduce your risk of recurring stroke.

Good nutrition is one way to reduce your risk of recurring stroke. more

Though limited physical abilities may prevent some survivors from doing some forms of exercise, it's important to find ways to stay as physically active as possible to reduce your risk of recurring stroke. more

Controlling Risky Conditions
Learn more about how many conditions contributing to the risk of stroke or recurrent stroke can be controlled. more

Following Doctor's Orders
Following your doctor's and pharmacist's orders after a stroke is crucial to controlling the conditions that could increase your risk of another stroke. more

Receiving Quality Care
Accreditation and recognition programs that help identify hospitals, rehabilitation facilities and healthcare professionals providing quality care for stroke patients. more