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Written by Express News Service | Surat | Published: November 13, as was previously believed.Brain Attack, stroke occurs when a blood vessel carrying oxygen and nutrients to the brain is blocked by a clot or burstsdepriving the brain of oxygen and causing the nerve cells to die This is a disaster for the body because dead brain cells cannot be replaced As the brain controls the rest of the bodythe death of certain brain cells often means a loss of functioning elsewhere What is the incidence of strokeIndias annual rate of brain stroke incidence is 220 per lakh population Due to lack of awarenessonly about 10 per cent return to their original active statewhile approximately one-third are left with significant disability requiring prolonged and expensive caredependence and vocational impairment What are the causes of strokeThere are two main types of stroke The first is called an Ischemic Stroke It is caused by a blood clot that blocks a blood vessel supplying oxygen to the brain In India80 per cent of the strokes are of this kind The second type is known as hemorrhagic stroke and is caused by a blood vessel in the brain that breaks and bleeds What are the symptoms of strokeSymptoms of stroke range from numbness of faceweakness of arm or legblurred visionslurred speechdizzinessand staggering gait to sudden and severe headache Stroke usually goes undetected because people lack awareness about its symptoms and often confuse stroke with heart attack What are the risk factors for strokeStroke can affect anyone at any age But the risk of stroke goes up with agewith two-thirds of all strokes occurring in individuals 65 years or older Twenty-eight per cent of strokes occur in people under the age of 65 People with high BPhigh cholesterolheart diseasediabetesobesitysmoking and drinking habits are highly vulnerable to stroke In additioncertain blood disordersstressful lifesedentary lifestylefamily history of stroke and previous heart attack also act as predisposing factors Alsopeople who have suffered from a mini stroke or a Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) are at a high risk of suffering from another stroke Up to 10 per cent of patients with mini stroke suffer from a stroke within the next few days How can stroke be preventedAlmost four out of every five strokes are preventable Controlling the risk factors for stroke and appropriate medical treatment can help in lowering the risk of stroke Early treatmentwithin minutes of a mini stroke cuts down the risk by 80 per cent Early diagnosis of stroke and its causes can help to administer appropriate treatmentand minimize disability like paralysismemory lossimpaired judgment and speech etc Moreoverascertaining the exact causes can help to prevent the onset of another stroke Can stroke be treatedTodaymuch can be done to treat stroke and rehabilitate those who suffer from its devastating consequences Proper treatment and care can greatly improve chances of recovery and minimize the long-term disabling effects of stroke Early treatmentwithin four-and-a-half hours of onsetusing a clot-busting drug minimizes the extent of damage Rehabilitative services minimize disability after stroke and improve quality of life Patients who are immediately removed to a stroke unit have much better chances of survival than those who dontwith mortality rate being 8 percent only compared to 40 percent otherwise TIPS TO PREVENT STROKEControl your blood pressure: The risk of a stroke increases in proportion to the degree by which the blood pressure is elevated Quit smoking: Chances of suffering from a stroke can be greatly reduced by giving up smoking Reduce alcohol consumption: Alcohol raises blood pressure and increases stroke risk Therefore drink moderately Control your sugar level: Diabetes causes the small vessels to close prematurely When these blood vessels close in the brainsmall strokes may occur Good control of blood sugar is important in decreasing the risk of stroke Check your weight and cholesterol: Lose excess weight and control your cholesterol A healthy diet can help in controlling weightcholesterolsugar level and blood pressure Do not ignore a mini stroke: Mini stroke should be taken seriously Early assessment and treatment can lower your risk of stroke by 80 per cent Get treated for heart diseases: Leaving cardiac diseases untreated can increase chances of stroke Minimize stress: Minimize the stress in your life Smile (Dr Monica Saini heads the Stroke Clinic at Alchemist HospitalPanchkula She is one of the very few stroke specialists in the country) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Pahalgam | Published: June 25 2012 1:34 pm Related News The annual Amarnath yatra today began with pilgrims from both the base camps starting their journey to the cave shrine where Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra offered prayers amid holy chants “The pooja was held inside the cave shrine this morningmarking the beginning of this year’s yatra to the holy cave of Amarnathji” Chief Executive Officer Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) Naveen K Chaudhury told mediaThe pilgrims began their journey from both the Baltal and Nunwan base camps Earlierinclement weather had delayed the scheduled start of the pilgrimage from the camps An official of the yatra control room here said that the pilgrims were not allowed in the wee hours as some parts of the track on both Baltal and Pahalgam routes had been rendered slippery due to overnight rains The authorities have made adequate arrangements for the registered pilgrims but a significantly higher number of intending pilgrims have arrived in Pahalgam and Baltalthe official said He saidhoweveronly registered pilgrims will be allowed to proceed towards the holy cave The Governorwho is also the chairman of SASBupon his return from the shrine visited the Nunwan base camp here and interacted with the pilgrims He also took stock of the arrangements made for them Meanwhilethe second batch of pilgrims today left for the cave shrine from Jammu amid tight security As many as 2185 pilgrimsincluding 985 males578 females322 children and 300 sadhus left in 66 vehicles from Bagwatinagar base camp here around 0425 hours for Amarnath Police Control Room officials said With a CRPF escortthe yatra convoy has crossed the Chanderkote area in Ramban districthe added After today’s batchas many as 4483 pilgrims have left Jammu for the Amarnath Over 3500 fresh pilgrims have arrived in the city from various parts of the country for the cave shrine The first batch of the pilgrimswhich had reached the Pahalagam and Baltal base camps in South Kashmirhas left for the cave shrine this morningmarking the beginning of yatra in Kashmirwhich will conclude on August two For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jean Dreze | Published: December 19 2015 12:25 am The book includes some interviews of Bardhan as well as a conversation between the author and Amartya Sen Related News Title: Globalisation Democracy and Corruption: An Indian Perspective Author: Pranab Bardhan Publisher: Frontpage Pages: 260 pages Price: 495 In the din of public debates on the Indian economy and related subjects Pranab Bardhan often sounds like the soft voice of reason He has been a consistent critic of one-sided views on complex issues such as economic reform the impact of globalization on inequality or the relation between democracy and economic growth He often emphasises the need for nuance context and caution This is not the stuff of a thriller but sometimes we do benefit from a little bit of economic education — the genre so to speak of most of the short essays reprinted in this book Aside from these essays written during the last 10 years the book also includes some interviews of Bardhan as well as a conversation between the author and Amartya Sen They are arranged under seven broad themes: globalisation capitalism inequality and poverty democracy corruption India and China and “Indian polity and economy” The essays nicely illustrate how simple economic analysis (nothing beyond the grasp of an intelligent reader) can sharpen our understanding of public policy issues In his discussion of corruption for instance Bardhan draws attention to some important structural causes of rising corruption such as the soaring value of natural resources in a growing economy and the steady escalation of election costs On land acquisition he makes interesting proposals such as the wider use of annuities instead of lump-sum compensation On labour reform Bardhan presents simple but compelling arguments — and evidence — against the common notion that rigid labour laws are the chief obstacle to faster growth of the manufacturing sector in India Among other thought-provoking essays in this book is ‘The avoidable tragedy of the Left in India’ a friendly but forthright critique of the Left parties and particularly of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) In the wake of recent electoral defeats the CPM seems to be caught between those who want it to move leftward and rightward respectively Like Buridan’s ass it tends to end up staying in place at its own peril Bardhan castigates this inertia and makes a spirited case for the Left parties to move firmly in the direction of social democracy One may or may not agree with this prescription but Bardhan’s analysis is certainly an important contribution to ongoing debates on the future of the Left parties in India The call for social democracy is related to another recurring theme of the book — the complementarity between state and market Bardhan often expresses qualified support for market-oriented economic reforms but is also in favour of constructive state action to deal with market failures and equity concerns Here again his penchant for two-sidedness comes through However there is a third side that needs more attention: voluntary cooperation outside (or beyond) the realm of state or market institutions Voluntary cooperation has a tremendous role to play in many critical fields including education health culture science peace-making environmental protection and democratic practice With recent improvements in levels of living and the growth of information and communication technologies the power of free and equal association is greater than ever There lies I believe another possible source of inspiration for the Left The book is not without flaws There is some repetition as one would expect from a series of stand-alone essays and interviews The copy editors must have been drowsy because there are glitches here and there including a case of wholesale paragraph duplication (page 194) More facts and figures would have helped the book come to life Nevertheless there is much to learn from it The writer is visiting professor department of economics Ranchi University For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppWritten by Agencies | Jaipur | Published: January 29 2010 3:38 pm Related News A biopic on the legendary filmmaker Guru Dutt is underway and none-other-than Aamir Khan is likely to play the veteran in the film The iconic filmmaker’s son Arun Dutt said that the film’s script in being written by Anurag Kashyap and Aamir has already been approached for the role “A script on the life of Guru Dutt and his struggle in the Bollywood decades ago is being written by a famous film maker Anurag Kashyap and director Shivendra Dungarpur” Arun said He was here to inaugurate the 2nd Jaipur International Film Festival (JIFF) “Aamir Khan likely to play in itbut he has asked us to provide bound copy of the script It will take time” he said “In a personal request to the script writer we have asked to be cautious while touching the topic of the relationship between my mother Geeta Duttmy father and also Wahida Rehmanji” he said Arun also added that Dutt’s workwhich includes films like ‘Pyasa’ and ‘Sahib Bibi Aur Gulam’is under restoration Nine such films would be digitised with the latest computer technology under the National Film Archive progammeArun said To begin withthe restoration work of ‘Sahib Bibi Aur Gulam’ has been taken uphe said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News they’re made from sheets of collagen, and better societal support systems for trauma patients, So how do we do new retail well? 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Maoists damaged three classrooms by setting off a dynamite at the Nawadih Middle School in Chatra district, Armed Maoists blasted railway tracks between Mccluskieganj and Mahuamilan in Jharkhand’s Latehar district which caused 11 rakes of a goods train to derail, Also Read:? According to Sophos.

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