The carotid arteries, which run up both sides of the neck, can become blocked by the buildup of cholesterol and other fatty substances, or plaques, along the wall of the arteries. The arteries can also get blocked by blood clots that form in the carotid arteries or by blood clots that travel from other places in the body. The type of treatment used when a carotid blockage is detected during physical testing or after a stroke depends on the degree of arterial occlusion and the nature of the material causing the blockage.
# Patients with any type of carotid artery blockage should take steps to address the condition. The first step is to change behaviors that led to the formation of the blockage. Following a healthy diet low in fats and salt, quitting smoking, reducing or eliminating daily alcohol consumption and exercising more will slow the deposition of cholesterol in blood vessels.
Getting more exercise can also help prevent blood clots, because clots are more likely to form during periods of prolonged inactivity. If you have Candida, Bacteria , fungus issues please listen to the videos about Ellagica
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