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Prevention of Stroke

Prevention of Stroke:

Methods of prevention of Stroke mentioned in various sources includes those listed below. This prevention information is gathered from various sources, and may be inaccurate or incomplete. None of these methods guarantee prevention of Stroke.

Medications used to prevent Stroke:

Some of the different medications in the possible prevention of Stroke include:

  • Aspirin
  • Acetylsalicylic acid
  • ASA
  • Added Strength Analgesic Pain Reliever
  • Adult Strength Pain Reliever
  • Aggrenox
  • Alka-Seltzer Effervescent Pain Reliever and Antacid
  • Alka-Seltzer Night Time
  • Alka-Seltzer Plus
  • Alka-Seltzer Plus Cold
  • Anacin
  • Anacin Maximum Strength
  • Anacin w/Codeine
  • Ancasal
  • APC
  • APC w/Codeine
  • APO-ASA
  • Arthritis Pain Formula
  • Arthritis Strength Bufferin
  • A.S.A. Enseals
  • Asasantine
  • Ascriptin
  • Ascriptin A/D
  • Aspergum
  • Aspirin PROTECT
  • Asprimox
  • Astrin
  • Axotal
  • Azdone
  • Bayer Aspirin
  • Bayer Children's Chewable Aspirin
  • Bayer Enteric Aspirin
  • Bayer Plus
  • BC Powder
  • Buffaprin
  • Bufferin
  • Bufferin Arthritis Strength
  • Bufferin Extra Strength
  • Bufferin w/Codeine
  • Cama Arthritis Pain Reliever
  • Cardioprin
  • Carisoprodol Compound
  • Cope
  • Coricidin
  • Coryphen
  • Coryphen-Codeine
  • C2 Buffered
  • Darvon Compound
  • Dorect Fpr,I;aru As[orom
  • Dristan
  • Easprin
  • Ecotrin
  • 8-Hour Bayer
  • Empirin
  • Empirin w/Codeine No. 2,4
  • Entrophen
  • Excedrin
  • Excedrin Extra Strength Geltabs
  • Excedrin Migraine
  • Fiorinal
  • Firoinal-C
  • Firoinal w/Codeine
  • Genacote
  • Genprin
  • Goody's Headache Powder
  • Halprin
  • Hepto
  • Lortab ASA
  • Low Dose Adult Chewable Aspirin
  • Marnal
  • Maximum Bayer Aspirin
  • Measurin
  • Midol Caplets
  • Momentum
  • Norgesic
  • Norgesic Forte
  • Norwich Aspirin
  • Mpvasem
  • Orphenadrine
  • PAP w/Codeine
  • Percodan
  • Percodan-Demi
  • Phenaphen
  • Phenaphen No. 2, 3, 4
  • Propoxyphene Compound
  • Riphen-10
  • Robaxisal
  • Robaxisal-C
  • Roxiprin
  • 692
  • SK-65 Compound
  • Soma Compound
  • St. Joseph Children's Aspirin
  • Supasa
  • Synalgos
  • Synalgos-DC Tablet
  • Triaphen-10
  • 217
  • 217 Strong
  • 292
  • Vanquish
  • Verin
  • Wesprin
  • Zorprin
  • Clopidogrel
  • Plavix
  • Pravastatin
  • Lin-Pravastatin
  • Pravachol
  • Simvatatin
  • Zocor
  • Direct Formulary Aspirin
  • Halfprin
  • Novasen
  • Aspercin
  • Aspercin Extra
  • Bayer Aspirin Regimen Adult Low Strength
  • Bayer Aspirin Regimen Children's
  • Bayer Aspirin Regimen Regular Strength
  • Bayer Extra Strength Arthritis Pain Regimen
  • Bayer Women's Aspirin Plus Calcium
  • Buffinol
  • Buffinol Extra
  • Ecotrin Low Strength
  • Ecotrin Maximum Strength
  • Sureprin 81
  • Asaphen
  • Asaphen E.C
  • ASA 500
  • Coraspir
  • Aspirin and Pravastatin
  • Pravigard PAC

Note:You must always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

Unlabeled Medications to Prevent Stroke:

Some of the unlabeled medications in the possible prevention of Stroke may include:

  • Cilostazol
  • Pletal
  • Advicor
  • Fluvastatin
  • Lescol
  • Lescol XL
  • Gemfibrozil - mainly used in patients with low HDL
  • Apo-Gemfibrozil - mainly used in patients with low HDL
  • Gemcor - mainly used in patients with low HDL
  • Gem-Gemfibrozil - mainly used in patients with low HDL
  • Lopid - mainly used in patients with low HDL
  • Med-Gemfibrozil - mainly used in patients with low HDL
  • Novo-Gemfibrozil - mainly used in patients with low HDL
  • PMS-Gemfibrozil - mainly used in patients with low HDL
  • Riva-Gemfibrozil - mainly used in patients with low HDL

Medical news about treatments for Stroke

These medical news articles may be relevant to Stroke treatment:

Cure Research for Stroke

The list of research areas and treatments under analysis mentioned in various sources for Stroke includes:

Medications in Research in Prevention of Stroke

Some medications used in the research into prevention of Stroke include:

Treatments for Stroke

Treatments to consider for Stroke may include:

Prevention of Stroke:

Physical Activity and Weight Control: NIDDK (Excerpt)

Daily physical activity can help prevent heart disease and stroke by strengthening your heart muscle, lowering your blood pressure, raising your high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels (good cholesterol) and lowering low-density lipoprotein (LDL) levels (bad cholesterol), improving blood flow, and increasing your heart's working capacity. (Source: excerpt from Physical Activity and Weight Control: NIDDK)

Folic Acid: NWHIC (Excerpt)

Folic acid is also important for women at every age, because it helps prevent heart disease and stroke. However, too much folic acid can mask the symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency, which affects one in five people ages 65 to 95 years. So, the recommended level of folic acid does not go above one mg per day. (Source: excerpt from Folic Acid: NWHIC)

Stroke: NWHIC (Excerpt)

The more stroke risk factors you have, the greater the chance that you will have a stroke. You can't control some risk factors, such as aging, family health history, race and gender. But you can change or treat most other risk factors to lower your risk.

Here are some of the best ways to prevent stroke:

  • Eat a healthy diet low in saturated fat and rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Don't overeat, and keep your weight under control.

  • Get regular exercise (30 minutes a day, most days of the week, or more).

  • Find ways to manage stress in your life.

  • If you have high blood pressure, take your blood pressure medicine as prescribed by your health care provider.

  • If your cholesterol level is too high, talk to your health care provider about ways to lower it.

  • If you smoke, stop smoking. If it is hard to quit on your own, there are products like nicotine patches, support groups, and programs to help you stop smoking.

  • If you have heart disease or diabetes, take good care of yourself. See your health care provider and take your medicine as prescribed.

  • Get help if you have a TIA ("mini-stroke"). Talk to your health care provider to see if you need medicine or surgery.

  • Aspirin therapy may be useful, but check with your health care provider before starting to take aspirin on a daily basis.

(Source: excerpt from Stroke: NWHIC)

Stroke Prevention and Treatment -- Age Page -- Health Information: NIA (Excerpt)

You can reduce your stroke risk by taking the following steps:

  • Control your blood pressure. Have your blood pressure checked often, and, if it is high, follow your doctor's advice on how to lower it. Treating high blood pressure reduces the risk for both stroke and heart disease.
(Source: excerpt from Stroke Prevention and Treatment -- Age Page -- Health Information: NIA)

Prevention Claims: Stroke

Information on prevention of Stroke comes from many sources. There are some sources that claim preventive benefits for many different diseases for various products. We may present such information in the hope that it may be useful, however, in some cases claims of Stroke prevention may be dubious, invalid, or not recognized in mainstream medicine. Please discuss any treatment, discontinuation of treatment, or change of treatment plans with your doctor or professional medical specialist.

 

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