More strokes are now occurring at an earlier age - EasternEye

More strokes are now occurring at an earlier age


Public Health England’s statistics show that over a third (38%) of first time strokes happen in middle aged adults (between the ages of 40 – 69).  More first time strokes are now occurring at an earlier age compared to a decade ago and South Asian people are at a greater risk of experiencing a stroke at a significantly younger age. Stroke survivors, Amit Amin and Ranj Parmar both had a stroke in their late thirties. Amit said “Although I had seen the Stroke Act F.A.S.T adverts I never thought it would happen to me. I was a young man, I led a…

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