Why Preventing Stroke Is So Important

1. Around 2 to 5 percent of people above the age of sixty will suffer a large stroke.

2. Small or ministrokes occur in 10 to 30 percent of people above age sixty. Most ministrokes occur without any symptoms ("silent" strokes) and are discovered only if a CT or MRI scan is done.

3. Each stroke, small or large, damages part of the brain permanently. Strokes occurring in the temporal or frontal lobes, or the pathways connecting them, often lead to memory loss.

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