A 42 year old white collar sleeps and suddenly a stroke. The doctor says this habit is killing him.

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 A 42 year old white collar sleeps and suddenly a stroke. The doctor says this habit is killing him.


Its the prime time for men to be strong and do business.

But the 42 year old company, Mr. white-collar, Mr. Han.

But it was a scene of panic.

Wake up in the morning.

I cant speak!

Not only that,

I cant lift my right arm.

Not even clothes.

The most frightening thing is:

After being sent to the hospital,

The doctor diagnosed him as a stroke.

42 year old white collar stroke!

More than 6:00 a.m. on the 12th, Mr. Han, 42, was ready to get up as usual, but he suddenly found that he could not speak and his right limb could not be raised to dress. He was so frightened that he quickly got up and woke up his family and sent him to the hospital.

After diagnosis, Dr. Yin is an acute cerebral infarction.

After a comprehensive assessment of the patients condition, with the signature and consent of his family members, the expert formulated an emergency thrombolytic therapy for him. During the intravenous drip of thrombolytic drugs, Mr. Han gradually restored his language function, and his right upper limb could be raised.

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Why stroke young?

I am young, usually without hypertension. How can I get stroke? Mr. Han wondered.

Dr. Yin inquired that Mr. Han is a middle-level company, often have to stay up late to catch up on projects, such a state has lasted for several years.

Dr Yin explained that low blood pressure does not mean that there is no possibility of a stroke, and bad habits are high-risk groups of stroke. At present, many middle-aged business backbones need to stay up late, often sleeping at two or three oclock in the night, and in the morning to meet the new days work. Excessive staying up, excitement and irregular life may lead to plaque formation inside the blood vessels.

Are you a high risk group for stroke?

Medical research has confirmed that many factors have a close relationship with the first attack or recurrence of stroke, known as stroke (stroke) risk factors, risk factors or high-risk people, the risk of stroke is high, these people belong to high-risk groups.

Dr. Yin said that life habits like Mr. Han are vulnerable to stroke.

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Among stroke risk factors, some are controllable and some are uncontrollable. Hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, obesity and smoking are controllable factors, while old age (over 60 years old) and family history of stroke are uncontrollable factors.

In fact, from infancy to adolescence, and then to adulthood, the risk factors for stroke are gradually accumulating, and no previous history of hypertension does not mean that stroke will not occur.

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What happens when you find a stroke?

Once you find a stroke, call 120 immediately, and dont think just rest at home to avoid losing the best opportunity for treatment.

Because the treatment of stroke is to rush the brain with time, and to race against time.

Normal brain tissue may have irreversible changes 3 hours after ischemia. Patients with cerebral infarction who are given thrombolytic therapy within 3 hours may have restored blood oxygen supply to restore part of the brain function before ischemic necrosis occurs.

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Say,

It is also the trouble of staying up late and not living regularly.

What is the danger of staying up late?

Look at the following American research.

You will know!

The results of the study are as follows:

(Source: Health Times pictures show that adults who sleep between 6.5 and 7.4 hours have the lowest mortality rate, while those who sleep less than 4.5 hours or more than 9.4 hours have significantly higher mortality.

Sleep badly!

1 induce sudden death

Insufficient sleep, the human body in a long-term stress state, constantly secreting adrenaline and other hormones, will cause abnormal vasoconstriction, and even lead to sudden cardiac death.

2 cancer risk increases

3 diabetes is easy to get.

For people with family history of diabetes, lack of sleep often increases the risk of diabetes.

4 cause hypertension

A study published in the medical journal Hypertension confirms that chronic sleep deprivation is an important cause of hypertension.

5 susceptible to Alzheimers disease

A study published in the Journal Nature Neurology shows that lack of sleep can lead to the formation of plaques in the brain, which can lead to Alzheimers disease. The researchers found that the increase in marker proteins in Alzheimers was associated with more disturbed patterns of deep sleep.

6 sudden deafness.

Often staying up late, long-term fatigue, lack of sleep, will hinder the inner ear blood supply, once stimulated by external (such as sudden change in temperature, virus infection, etc.) is easy to lead to sudden deafness. 7 Immune dysfunction long-term lack of sleep more terrible harm is the bodys immune dysfunction, immune dysfunction in the kidney will produce nephritis, performance in the skin is lupus erythematosus, performance in the joint is rheumatoid arthritis. So, you are not burning the night, it is life! Please be kind to your body! Source: Jingchu net Chutian Metropolis Daily editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647

Often staying up late, long-term fatigue, lack of sleep, will hinder the inner ear blood supply, once stimulated by external (such as sudden change in temperature, virus infection, etc.) is easy to lead to sudden deafness.

7 immune dysfunction

Long-term sleep deprivation is even more terrible harm is the bodys immune dysfunction, immune dysfunction in the kidneys will produce nephritis, performance in the skin is lupus erythematosus, performance in the joint is rheumatoid arthritis.

So,

You dont burn the night, its life!

Please be kind to your body!