From: The Zone™
I'm 52 and my eye opener was actually the TulliusDetritus post two years ago, when he told us that he had a brain stroke.
I begun to take some extra precautions, like trying to control my cholesterol levels and doing more physical exercise. In spite of all the precautions, we all know that the "unexpectable" is just around the corner.
I don't want to scare anybody but brain strokes are not targetting the classic victims: smokers, drinkers, the "I told you so" people that is. Among the victims, there are MANY who don't smoke / drink, do a lot of sport, and especially really young people (teens, or people in their 20s, 30s)... that's why they are puzzled. The main theory is this: our modern life, stress etc.
In my case, the brain stroke was atypical (which is positive, now I'm 99% safe, unlike most of the victims: second, third, fourth strokes are very common, and one of them might finish you). Looks like I have Lupus (which is not very common and of course I didn't know it). And the clown is attacking my blood The day of the stroke it formed a blood clot and sent it to the brain
My sister could read the medical record.
"Observations: never visited a doctor before" It was true And no, visiting a doctor would not have saved me. When you're healthy they look for cholesterol and other common problems, not Lupus, I was told.
But yes, take some precautions. And Carpe Diem.
And yes, let's hope it's a mistake and the guy (Parusski) is alive.
A nu cheeki breeki iv damke