More Strokes in Younger Adults

The statistics are rolling in on increasing rates of strokes in younger people.

A stroke is a medical condition in which poor blood flow to the brain results in cell death and part of the brain not functioning properly. There are two main types of stroke:

Ischemic, due to lack of blood flow typically caused by blockage of a blood vessel.
Hemorrhagic, due to bleeding either directly into the brain or into the space between the brain’s membranes.

The risk factors for stroke are high blood pressure, tobacco smoking, obesity, high blood cholesterol, diabetes mellitus, a previous stroke, and atrial fibrillation.

Strokes affect mainly older people, not the young. Overall, two thirds of strokes occurred in those over 65 years old. But more U.S. millennials – young adults 18 to 34 years old – are getting strokes.

No one will tell the millennials their fast food diets and their wireless demand are impacting their health – both a slow kill.

Food containing flour, sugar and chemical additives is intended to cause obesity, sluggishness, foggy thinking, and create disease, shorter life spans, and death.

No one will admit that the millennials were orphaned by parents too busy working to take care of them. Overly worked parents relied on quick fast food to feed their children and school cafeterias to serve up lunch – a variety of deficient processed foods.

No one will tell millennials that the vaccinations given to them slowly stroked them out.

No one will tell millennials the wireless technologies they use are activating dormant vaccine viruses that cause immune deficiencies and strokes intended to increase health decline.

No one will discuss the health effects of the continual aerosol spraying programs (chemtrails) and how we are all dying younger. Many of the millennials are compromised with weakened immune systems and have been deceived and setup for these health consequences.

The bigger question is WHY are the doctors surprised?

Our government is a network of corporations that has long advanced policies designed for profit.

So, why should the increase strokes in millennials ages 18-34 years of age come as an ALARM?

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