Question: What do tapping your toes, eating celery, sitting down and getting a flu shot all have in common?
Answer: They are all surprising ways to reduce your risk of having a stroke—ways that your doctor is not likely to tell you about.
And these are only a few of the many simple yet effective things you can do to help “stroke-proof” your brain.
So the next time your doctor tells you about the usual ways to avoid a stroke—such as watching your blood pressure—you tell him or her about these other powerful anti-stroke measures. Here are the details…