Stroke Game Show PowerPoint

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Stroke Warning
Signs
Brain Health
What is Stroke?
Healthy Living
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An acronym used to
describe stroke symptoms
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A description of what F.A.S.T.
stands for
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The two steps you must
take immediately once you
spot a stroke
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3 examples of “sudden”
warning signs
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Percentage of strokes that
are preventable
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The leading cause of
stroke
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3 things you can do to
improve your brain health
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3 things that cannot be
changed that can affect
your brain health
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The organ where a stroke
occurs
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The age range in which
someone can have a
stroke
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2 types of stroke
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3 effects of stroke
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Some things that are good
for your brain (e.g.
physical activity and
eating healthy) are also
good for this major organ
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3 examples of foods you
can eat to improve your
overall health
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3 examples of health
issues that can result from
unhealthy behaviors (such
as smoking and poor diet)
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3 examples of life’s
Simple 7 (things you can
do to improve your overall
health)
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ANSWER KEY
• Warning Signs
100: What is F.A.S.T.?
200: What is Face Drooping, Arm Weakness, Speech Difficulty,
Time to call 911?
500: What are 1. Call 911 2. Check the time that you noticed
the symptoms?
1000: (Students can choose 3 of the 5) What are 1. Sudden
numbness or weakness of the leg 2. Sudden confusion or
trouble understanding 3. Sudden trouble seeing in one or both
eyes 4. Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or
coordination 5. Sudden severe headache with no known cause?
• Risk
100: What is 80%?
200: What is high blood pressure?
500: (Students can choose 3 of the 5) What are 1.
Reduce high blood pressure 2. Reduce high cholesterol
3. Stop smoking 4. Increase physical activity 5. Healthy
diet?
1000: (Students can choose 3 of the 5) What are 1.
Age 2. Race 3. Gender 4. Heredity 5. Prior stroke, TIA,
heart attack?
• What is Stroke?
100: What is the brain?
200: What is any age?
500: (Students can choose 2 of the 3) What are 1.
Hemorrhagic 2. Ischemic 3. Transient Ischemic?
1000: (Students can choose 3 of the 5) What are 1.
Vision problems 2. Paralysis 3. Memory loss 4. Slow,
cautious behavioral style 5. Quick, inquisitive
behavior?
• Healthy Living
100: What is the heart?
200: (Students can choose 3 of the 5) What are 1. Fruits 2.
Vegetables 3. Fish 4. Dairy 5. Whole-grain, high-fiber foods
6. Beans 7. Lean meats?
500: (Students can choose 3 of the 5) What are 1. Stroke
2. Heart Disease 3. Type 2 Diabetes 4. High blood pressure
5. High cholesterol 6. Cancer?
1000: (Students can choose 3 of the 5) What are 1. Get
Active 2. Eat Better 3. Control Cholesterol 4. Manage Blood
Pressure 5. Lose Weight 6. Reduce Blood Sugar 7. Stop
smoking?

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