Requirements

  • 1. This is very much a course to try and minimise your chances of having a stroke. Therefore participants should have a willingness to learn and if necessary, change.
  • 2. Pass on the tips and ideas, thoughts and stories to elderly relatives and friends – or just remember them for yourself!
  • 3. Appropriate mindset. This course is not a loss leader. It is not a course that will suddenly have a price put on it. The course is free and there is one aim only: to help everyone minimise their chances of suffering from a stroke
  • 4. As there are links given in the lectures you should be able to use the internet – make sure you have anti-virus software that is up to date!
  • 5. Access to a PC

Description

In 2016 I suffered a mini-stroke. Since then I have been researching possible ways to reduce the risk of me getting a stroke – either mini or full-blown. Apparently up to 90% of strokes can be prevented with lifestyle changes.

This course is the result of my own research.

I am NOT a doctor. I am NOT medically qualified. I am NOT speaking on behalf of any organisation.

These lectures are simply my thoughts as I try and spread the word about risk factors. I am also trying to raise awareness – which is why sometimes the lectures may seem to contradict. This is to encourage discussion.

I triple stress: these lectures are just my own research. I am NOT giving out medical advice.

But I am trying to encourage people to think about their own risk and to seek medical advice where needed.

What makes this course a success? If it encourages you to reduce your own risk!

What this course covers:

  • Fitness/exercise
  • Statins
  • Diet
  • Weightloss
  • Sleep
  • Intermittent fasting
  • Stress
  • Further action

The course includes a workbook:

Chapter 1 What causes TIAs?

  • What is a TIA?
  • Why it is important
  • What are the causes of a TIA?
  • How is a TIA diagnosed?
  • Treatment for a TIA
  • Symptoms of a ministroke
  • Reducing the risk
  • Medication and side effects

Chapter 2 Studies

  • Studies
  • Residual symptoms of a TIA
  • Role of brain imaging in TIA
  • TIA and common mimics

Who this course is for:

  • Everyone – as everyone is at risk, whatever your age!

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