Know Your Numbers to Learn Which Values You Need to Monitor to Reduce Risks!

Find out with a simple checklist quiz from the American Heart / Stroke Association to quickly scan your risk factors for stroke.*

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Directions:

  1. For each risk factor, select the box [higher risk or lower risk] that applies to you. Select only one box per risk factor.
  2. Enter a 1 on the blank line next to each checked box.
  3. Add up your total for each vertical column.

TOTAL SCORE [add your points for each column]

Stroke Risk Results

*Some stroke risk factors cannot be changed such as age, family history, race, gender, and prior stroke.

Higher risk? – Did you score higher in the “higher risk” column or are you unsure of your risk? Talk to your healthcare provider about how you can reduce your risk.

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Resources:

Stroke Risk Quiz American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Together to End Stroke

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Published by David Dansereau

Licensed Physical Therapist, Nutritionist and Author in private consulting practice at PTC Physical Therapy Consulting and SmartMovesPT. Know-Stroke.org is my blog and members resource to raise stroke awareness and educate the public about reducing stroke risk as well as provide tips, tools and review new technologies for stroke recovery. Learn about my book, Body in Balance sold on Amazon at www.physicaltherapycoach.com

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