Sunday, September 30, 2012

Stroke Communicable Diseases Cause Most Deaths

 Is the disease cause of death? the answer is "stroke". Previously, many people die from heart disease.
Now, Stroke communicable diseases cause most deaths. Allegedly, the symptoms and signs of heart disease are more easily recognized than the stroke.

Stroke is a disease characterized by the death of brain tissue. This disease can occur due to reduced blood flow and oxygen to the brain due to a blockage, constriction, or rupture of blood vessels. Pukovisa say, now is not only attacking stroke 55-64 years age group. People who are relatively young are vulnerable stroke. The disease attacks the age of 18 years with 1.7 percent of those 1,000 people.

Data Riskesdas 2007 said, the death rate from PTM increased from 41.7 percent in 1995 to 49.9 percent in 2001 and 59.5 percent in 2007. Cause of death from all causes of death was stroke (15.4 percent), followed by hypertension, diabetes, cancer, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. In urban areas, deaths from stroke in the age group 45-54 years by 15.9 percent, while in rural areas at 11.5 percent. It shows stroke attack age.

"So it's not just a disease stroke parents only. Proof, younger people can be hit. Why is that? This is because blood flow to the brain is disrupted due to lifestyle such as smoking, unhealthy eating, unhealthy diet, and lack of break, "he said.

Pukovisa added, stroke is more difficult to identify because it is advisable to diligently perform those checks brain and heart. In addition, he continued, in order to maintain smooth blood flow to the brain, one is obliged to maintain your diet, lifestyle, and diligent exercise.

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