Night baths, saunas after drinking alcohol, and proper exercise are easy cases that increase the risk of stroke.
You need to arrange the training time accordingly, avoid overtraining when it is too cold, too hot, enough to keep the body warm (when training in winter) or ventilate, cool the body (when training in summer), prevent head injuries during training …
During the exercise, if you see signs such as chest pain, shortness of breath, rapid fatigue, dizziness, rapid pulse, increased or falling blood pressure… you need to take an immediate break and quickly go to the doctor, timely treatment.
According to experts, stroke usually occurs suddenly when the blood supply to the brain is blocked, disrupted or impaired.
At that time, the brain is deprived of oxygen, nutrition, and brain cells begin to die en masse within a few minutes.