People who continue to perform moderate and intense physical activity, can reduce the likelihood of small brain lesions. called a “silent” stroke, finds a new study.
Silent (subclinical) stroke is usually not detected as incurred, as are extensive signs of strokes in the form of severe headaches, dizziness, impaired speech and paralysis.
They occur thrombosis or rupture of small blood vessels, as and when clinically evident strokes, which can cause long term problems such as memory loss.
Regular exercise has shown to be effective in the prevention of broad strokes, but their influence on the silent stroke has not been studied.
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