The disease that caused death, it ranked first
The latest survey: Chinese people should beware of 5 diseases!
The disease that caused death, it ranked first
On June 24th, the article published in The Lancet analyzed the incidence of diseases and its triggers in China from 1990 to 2017.
The data show that stroke has become the leading cause of death in China, followed by contractive heart disease, tracheal cancer, bronchial cancer, and lung cancer.
In addition, the researchers also investigated the risk factors that could cause death.
The researchers found that smoking, high blood pressure, high salt diet, air pollution, high blood sugar and obesity are important factors in causing disease.
The researchers also analyzed health data for each province, with the province’s integrated DALY (disability-adjusted life years) below the expected level.
This new investigation, “stroke” has become the number one name object, many people have a half-knowledge of the disease, both familiar and unfamiliar.
What you are familiar with may be that stroke is also called stroke. It is a sudden onset of cerebrovascular circulatory disease. It suddenly faints, unconscious, accompanied by skewed mouth, and the language is unfavorable and hemiplegia is the main symptom.
What you don’t know is that there is a stroke every 6 seconds in the world. Every 20 seconds, one person loses his life due to a stroke. It is also the “culprit” of ethnic adult death and disability.
Does a stroke cause some harm to the body?
After a stroke, brain cells lose blood, oxygen and nutrients, eventually causing brain cells to be damaged or killed, and then affecting the functions controlled by that part of the brain cells; followed by a variety of brain dysfunctions, such as hemiplegia,Language barriers, cognitive disorders, affective disorders, dysphagia, sensory disturbances, balance disorders, etc., hinder the patient’s self-care ability, serious life-threatening, and bring a huge shadow to personal health and family happiness.
Prevent strokes and remember the “1-2-0” principle!
Western countries have a “FAST” principle that is commonly used to identify the most common stroke warning signs and sudden symptoms.
“FAST” 4 are the alphabetical abbreviation of English words, respectively: uneven face: face 瘫 / mouth angle skewed arm is weak: arm / limb weakness; speech is very strange: speech is not clear talk time: quickly call emergency call.
Similar to the “FAST” principle, there was previously a “1-2-0” principle: “1” means: see an asymmetrical face; “2” means: check if both arms are unilaterally weak; “0”Representative: Listening (zero) Whether the patient’s speech is clear.
Through these three steps, it is basically possible to determine whether the patient has had a stroke.
Once a family member is found to have a stroke, the family must learn every 120 minutes while learning to determine the patient’s vital signs, observe whether there is a respiratory heartbeat, and if necessary, perform chest compressions and artificial respiration to rescue them until a professional emergency responder arrives.
Do 5 things to reduce the risk of summer stroke!
In high temperature and hot weather, the elderly with poor physical condition, especially those with cardiovascular disease, are difficult to adapt and are prone to stroke, so summer heat needs to prevent stroke.
How to reduce the chance of stroke in summer?
You can start with the following five points of attention.
#夏天养生正那#(1) Adequate sleep normal adults should ensure 7-9 hours of sleep every day, less than 7 hours, the body will be tired, overworked, and sleep more than 9 hours, may be due to heartbeat breathingSlow, easy to lack oxygen.
(2) Diet Healthy diet should avoid high-calorie, high-sugar, high-starch, high-carbohydrate and other high-calorie low-nutrient foods, and red meat should not be eaten.
Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, eat more deep-sea fish, limit the intake of staple foods, control the total conversion intake, and control weight.
(3) Persist in exercise should be carried out 3-5 times a week of aerobic exercise, such as jogging, brisk walking, cycling, aerobics, swimming, etc., long-term adherence can enhance heart and lung function, promote blood circulation, provide sufficient blood and oxygen in the brain.
(4) Exercise brain language communication is the exercise of the brain gymnastics, usually more mouth-to-mouth communication, the object can be children, neighbors, relatives, friends, etc.; at the same time, more brains, diligent thinking, look at books that are good for the health of the bodymagazine.
(5) In the regular physical examination, it is best to check the plasma and blood lipids and carotid ultrasound every six months.
People with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases should manage blood pressure, blood sugar, blood sugar, and blood lipids, and try to control them at normal levels.