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brainThe affected part of the brain is deprived of oxygen.

Arteries become blocked when there is a build up of fatty material.Recognising the symptoms of a stroke can save a life and drastically reduce damage to the brain. If you suspect that somebody is having a stroke, perform this simple test.

1. Ask the person to say something to you like their name and address or a simple sentence.
Check for slurring of words.

2. Ask the person to close their eyes and raise both their arms over their head. If one arm cannot lift as high as the other, this is a sign of weakness on one side of the body and can indicate that a stroke has occurred.3. Ask the person to smile. Check for any drooping on either side.There is NO drug, food, herb in the world that will stop, heal a stroke. It will help make it little better.


A stroke only manifests because of years of emotional trauma and sudden burst of extra emotional trauma.
Food, drugs can NOT cause a stroke at any point of time in people's lives
The ONLY way of healing is through emotion healing of past tramas in life - Healer Omar
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What is Atherosclerosis?

Plaque hardens and narrows the arteries.

Atherosclerosis—also known as "hardening of the arteries"—is a disease in which plaque builds up inside your arteries. Over time, this plaque hardens and narrows your arteries which reduces the flow of blood and can lead to serious problems, including heart attack, stroke, and death. Atherosclerosis progresses more quickly when there are high levels of “pro-inflammatory cytokines” like interleukin-6 in the body.

Persistant negative emotions are believed to increase the risk for atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease by raising the levels of inflammatory causing chemicals in the body. In future studies, the researchers at University of Pittsburgh hope to identify the specific neural circuitry underlying this process.

Peter Gianaros has a hunch that the same brain areas involved in emotions are also involved in sensing and regulating levels of inflammation in the body. The hypothesis is that brain activity linked to negative emotions—and the psychological ability to regulate negative emotions—is related to atherosclerosis and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.

Interleukin-6 Can Trigger Systemic Inflammation

To conduct the study, Gianaros and his colleagues recruited 157 healthy adult volunteers who were asked to regulate their emotional reactions to unpleasant pictures while their neural activity was measured with functional brain imaging.

The researchers also used a non-invasive method to scan their arteries for signs of atherosclerosis and assess heart disease risk and measured levels of inflammation in the bloodstream. Individuals who showed the most robust brain activity when regulating their negative emotions also exhibited higher levels of interleukin-6.

Interleukin-6 is a cytokine that triggers inflammation and leads to increased thickness of the carotid artery wall, a marker of atherosclerosis. The inflammation levels seen across the board paralleled signs of atherosclerosis along with more brain activity during emotion regulation. Gianaros believes that these findings show that the same brain regions used to regulate emotions also regulate inflammatory responses.

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