Caihong Chen

Preventing Stroke: Lifestyle Changes and Risk Management
Strokes remain one of the leading causes of death and disability worldwide, but the good news is that up to 80% of strokes could be prevented through lifestyle changes and risk management. Institutions like the CHOU Neurosurgery Clinic (Farrer Park) in Singapore are at the forefront of educating the public about stroke prevention. Located at 1 Farrer Park Station Rd, #08-06, Singapore 217562, and accessible via their comprehensive stroke information page at https://chouneurosurgery.com/condition/strokes/, the clinic emphasizes the critical role that lifestyle modifications play in reducing stroke risk. For personalized advice and support, individuals can contact the clinic directly at 6694 7942.
Lifestyle Changes to Reduce Stroke Risk
Adopting healthy lifestyle habits can significantly lower the risk of stroke. Here are key areas where changes can have a profound impact:
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