What are the chances of a 15yr old male to have a stroke?

Question by Luke: What are the chances of a 15yr old male to have a stroke?
Hi I’m 15 years old and I have had asked a few question on yahoo answers relateing to this topic because my biggest fear is imediate death and to stroke up the back of my head has a feeling that its not getting enough oxygen and my smile is crooked. I went to the hospital in january they did a cat scan and some blood work they said I was stone cold normal and everything was so perfect they checked my healthcare then made me leave. I skateboard and I play guitar and I’m really really skinny and I want to gain weight but everytime I eat I get panicked because I think it will mess with my blood pressure and cause me to have a stroke I’m pretty sure I have high blood pressure and at risk to stroke everyday but no one will listen I see eye floaters and white stuff falling down everywhere. What are the chances of strokes or tmi for any 15yr old male?

Best answer:

Answer by Frank
Your chance of having a stroke is essentially zero.

You have an anxiety disorder. Ask your doctor to help you with that.

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6 Comments
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    K Andrews May 28, 2013 at 7:15 pm

    The chances are very rare. I highly doubt at your age that you are going to have a stroke. Relax and don’t worry so much because that will make your blood pressure go even higher. Hope I helped. 😀

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    fire shadow May 28, 2013 at 8:02 pm

    The chances are very rare. I highly doubt at your age that you are going to have a stroke. Relax and don’t worry so much because that will make your blood pressure go even higher. Hope I helped. 😀

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    Arthur May 28, 2013 at 8:51 pm

    You will be ok have doctor look @ your high B.P . Or you talk to him about panic attacks. May need meds for other problems?

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    Rushing to the Limbo May 28, 2013 at 9:41 pm

    extremely small

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    Serene E May 28, 2013 at 9:47 pm

    Your fear is ridiculous. You’re too young for a stroke.

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    Jason May 28, 2013 at 10:27 pm

    I feel that you are freaking yourself out with all this talk and hearing about what you see on yahoo. If you do a google search on any symptoms, chances are it will all eventually point to death but that is not true most of the time. Since you have undergone a full physical I suggest you look to channel that energy into something productive and look to gain weight progressively for you to lead a healthy lifestyle and have a healthy bmi. That is done by eating a high calorie diet, sleeping well and doing the right workout.

    A high calorie diet that is filled with carbohydrates is suggested above all other diet is because a high carbohydrate diet does little to screw your body up. Protein leaves behind nitrates which puts unnecessary stress on the liver and kidneys while fat makes you multiply fat cells which soon will be out of control. If you are looking to gain weight, I suggest you look into eating things like potatoes, pasta, noodles, bread, biscuit and rice 6 times a day. That will provide the calorie surplus you need to grow. If eating 6 meals a day is difficult to accomplish or takes up too much time, I suggest you look to drink 500ml of milk 3 times a day to make up for the calories you need. Increase the amount by 100ml until you see a desired 1 pound gain on the scale after a week of effort.

    The next thing to definitely get right to prime your body for growth is sleep. Many people do not get enough sleep let alone quality sleep. Both is needed to ensure that you will be fully energized as well as fully recovered to grow. Your body grows slower if it is under stress like uncomfortable sleeping condition which could make you fall sick easily, nullifying your gains back into the ground. I would suggest sleeping and waking up all by yourself if possible and if not, simply remember to do it 2 times during the weekends.

    Lastly, exercise is the trigger to gain weight. Many people spread the basic logic that if you are looking to gain, you should stop everything else to prevent unnecessary calorie loss. However, that is solving the problem on the surface like using a bucket to bail out water when your boat has a hole and it is sinking. What you need to do is finding the “hole” and plunge it, then bail out the water. Muscle building is essential as it stabilize your body weight instead of letting your diet and activity level chew through your progress. Gaining muscle also helps you to gain in places where you want it to grow; making it an ideal choice if you are looking to spot gain. I suggest you take a look at http://gohforth.com for a workout regime that I’m sure will help you to gain weight.

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