The Stroke Association


 Different Strokes


The Stroke Association's main focus is to prevent stroke and to give support to people who have had a stroke and their families through  information, rehabilitation and support services. As well as a national helpline and Website.

Recovery and rehabilitation from stroke present particular  challenges for the younger survivor. One day fit and well, the next moment disabled. The stroke survivor must come to terms with physical and emotional changes as well as significant lifestyle adjustments - mobility, job, income, dependence,

relationships - everything changes.

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Help Me Stop Smoking

Smoking puts your brain at major risk by dramatically increasing the chances of having a stroke,  stroke is a major concern because it’s the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. Smoking is one of the greatest risk factors for having a stroke;.Smokers are at risk of having a stroke nearly 10 years younger compared to the non-smoking general population. Fortunately, the National Stroke Association says that as many as 80 percent of strokes can be prevented by addressing your lifestyle risks.