A stroke happens when there is a loss of blood flow to part of the brain.  

Understanding stroke

When the brain can’t get enough oxygen and nutrients, cells begin to die. Depending on how long blood flow is disrupted, a stroke can cause lasting brain damage or disability or even death. Because time is of the essence, it is important for everyone to know symptoms of stroke and how to access care immediately. 

While stroke can occur without warning, some people are more at risk than others. Fortunately, there also are steps individuals can take to reduce stroke risk and best manage recovery following a stroke. 

This eBook discusses: 

  • Common risk factors of strokes
  • Warning signs of a stroke 
  • Ways a stroke can be diagnosed 
  • Different types of strokes, and how they can impact health and recovery 
  • Treatment options available following stroke, including rehab 

A stroke is a serious medical condition that can have a lasting impact on someone’s life. It is important to learn what strokes are, how to prevent them, and how to recognize a stroke emergency. 

To learn more, fill out the short form to the right and download your free copy of our  Understanding Stoke eBook. 


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