There are many ways you can protect yourself from stroke, but there are two major sources: the American Heart Association and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
The heart is a complex organ that contains hundreds of nerves, blood vessels, and blood vessels.
Each one of these is made up of cells called mitochondria.
They work like the heart’s own batteries.
When you have a stroke, the mitochondria don’t work as well.
Your body can’t generate new blood cells.
Instead, they produce less oxygen.
In order to get oxygen into your body, the heart pumps more blood through the muscles of your legs and chest.
But that can cause blood vessels to constrict, which can make you feel dizzy and have a stiff neck.
There are also a few things you can do to protect yourself against strokes.
The American Heart and Stroke Association (AHS) has developed the Stroke Prevention Guidelines.
These guidelines are the official guidelines from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
The guidelines set out steps you can take to protect your heart and other organs against strokes and strokes of the heart.
It also says you can stop getting strokes.
If you have diabetes, the guidelines recommend you take some insulin pills daily.
The guidelines say you can drink alcohol, take vitamin and mineral supplements, and get regular physical activity.
You can also get regular exercise, take a walk, or do some light gardening.
You also need to be vigilant about taking steps to prevent stroke.
Stroke can occur at any age.
But it’s more common in older people and people with high blood pressure.
For example, strokes of heart attack and stroke of sudden death are more common with a stroke of less than 40% of the people who have them.
This is because a stroke is an injury to the heart and the heart is designed to take the most damage.
The AHS also recommends that you avoid strenuous physical activity for a few hours a day.
It’s a good idea to have a good diet, avoid smoking, and drink lots of fluids.
This may help reduce the risk of strokes.
Also, make sure you have the proper medications and follow all instructions on the label.
There’s also a good chance you may need to take a heart monitor, a chest strap, and a blood pressure cuff to monitor your blood pressure and other vital signs.
If a stroke occurs, you’ll need to seek medical attention immediately.
Most people will recover completely within a few days.
But a few strokes are more likely to keep you from being able to leave the house for a while.
These include a transient ischemic attack (TIA), which is when a person has a sudden stroke.
The best way to tell if you have TIA is to have an emergency physician or nurse call you immediately.
You may also be able to get a blood test to check your heart function and monitor your oxygen saturation.
You’ll need a pulse oximeter to check blood pressure, to look for changes in your heart rhythm, and to help monitor the level of your blood.
You might also need a ventilator, which is a breathing device that can pump your blood out of your lungs and into the chest.
If there’s a blockage, the device can’t fill the lungs or chest.
The first thing you’ll do is check your pulse oximeters.
If it’s high, you need to call an emergency medical technician (EMT) to get an EKG (electrocardiogram) or a chest x-ray.
The EKGs are an electrocardiograph that measures electrical activity in the heart muscle.
It will tell you how much of your heart is beating and how much is pumping blood into your heart.
Your EKg will show the average rate of your heartbeat over time.
The X-ray of your chest will show how many heart beats are being taken at any one time.
It may also show your oxygen level.
If your heart rate drops below a certain level, you might have a TIA.
The chances of having a TIE are very low.
You have about a 1 in 5 chance of having one.
It takes about 10 minutes to recover from a TIO, which occurs when the heart beats irregularly.
The next steps are to have your blood drawn and your EKs checked.
The blood pressure is also important to check for any problems with the heart or arteries.
If the blood pressure drops too low, you may have a sudden heart attack.
It usually happens in your arms, legs, or face.
You need to quickly get the patient to a hospital.
You will need to use the breathing device to try to keep the patient breathing.
Your blood pressure will be checked again and again until it’s normal.
If necessary, you can remove your breathing device and place it in a bag or baggie of saline.
If no fluid leaks, you should take another blood test and