Four months ago, Mikhail Johnson, a 51-year-old former Olympic sprinter, had a sudden stroke, but in the past he had only recorded 200 seconds and 32 seconds of recording, after the stroke occurred, the same distance he paid. 15 minutes. But when he showed his iron will in the sports field, on his way to a stroke recovery, he demanded himself tougher, encouraging him to miraculously recover only four months, and he was still happy skiing.
Johnson has won four Olympic gold medals in his outstanding career and created a world record of 200 meters and 400 meters. At the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, he won two gold medals in gold pins. However, last year (2018) in early September, Johnson experienced short-term cerebral ischemia, a partial cerebral blood supply was temporarily interrupted, brain hypoxia leading to a small stroke, the left body lost mobility and coordination compared to his Atlanta Olympic Games, took 200 meters of gold only 30 seconds and 32 seconds after he had finished his journey he had to use almost 47 times.
Johnson said he had no obvious discomfort before the stroke, he just felt that his body was not quite good, he immediately went to a doctor who could save his life, he did not choose to observe or sleep, hoping that discomfort would automatically disappear. "I'm afraid it will be a disaster." Although Johnson does not know exactly what caused his stroke, it is undeniable that "young strokes" like him up to the age of 55 tend to grow every year. And a healthy lifestyle still helps prevent strokes from reaching your door.
Liu Canhong, director of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Shuanghe Hospital, said that the reason for the decline in the age of stroke epidemics is due to changes in lifestyle habits, and most cases are fat, usually less active or have a "three high" chronic disease. "metabolic syndrome". But experts also said that they can prevent newer strokes, build up regular blood pressure, improve alertness and seek medical help.
Li Yihui, Director of Neurology at Taipei Veterans General Hospital, said "Stroke headaches are related to arterial dispersion. This pain is not the same as migraine and will be more serious." It is recommended for patients with severe headache, stroke and three high patients. Treatment should be checked.
(China Times Newsletter)
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