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Brief Outline: A message on the social media claims that, rising from bed too quickly result in stroke or sudden death and recommend taking some rest before you wake up.

Facts Check: False

What is Viral? 

Dear Recipient

My name is Alexander, I am a cardiologist and a paramedic. A very important warning for those who wake up at night to go to the bathroom...
You must be careful with the " One-and-a-Half-minute law " that is scientifically proven " by waking up suddenly " to make your physiological needs normally, you hear that someone " was well in health and died suddenly during the night without Reason ". the most likely reason is that when that person woke up to go to the bathroom, she got up from bed in a hurry, right now, the brain needs greater blood flow, for having rested, causing a state of fainting there The stroke happens...
In this case, it is recommended to learn the " One-and-a-Half-minute law " that can " save
When you wake up to go to the bathroom, you must first: " lie down for 30 seconds after waking up " and then " sit in bed for 30 more seconds ", lower your legs quietly and " sit on the End of bed for another 30 seconds " and only then get up to go to the bathroom.
With these steps the chances are gigantic to survive a sudden stroke, regardless of age...
Share with all your family and friends. Remember that you can save yours and the lives of many people sharing this information...

Prevention is better than healing *


▶ 120/80 normal
▶ 130/85 normal
(requires control)
▶ 140/90 high
▶ 150/95 very high

Heartbeat per minute
🔺 72 BPM (Default)
🔺 60 to 80 BPM (normal)
🔺 40 to 180 BPM (abnormal)

Degrees Celsius
🔺 36 'to 36.7'
Temp. Normal
🔺 37.3 'to 37.8'
Febrile / attention
🔺 37.8 ' above
Fever / severe


Compatibility of blood groups

What's your blood type and how common is it?

O+ (1 IN 3)
A+ (1 IN 3)
B+ (1 in cada12)
Ab+ (1 in 29)
O-(1 in cada15)
A-(1 in 16)
B-(1 in 67)
AB-(1 in 167)

Water effect
About the body
We know that water is important but you never knew the right time to drink!

Did you know?
Drinking water in the correct time maximizes the effectiveness of the human body;

1 Glass of water after waking up, helps activate internal organs...

1 Glass of water 30 minutes before meal helps digestion.

1 Glass of water before showering helps lower blood pressure.

1 Glass of water
Before sleeping avoids stroke or heart attack.

' when someone shares something important with you, take advantage of this and share with more people.

I did my part. 😉
Do yours and pass

Let's together save lives that are part of our life...
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Facts Check Analysis: This is an old viral message, yet it came recently once again in the social media.

There is not information to support the claim or there is no incidents to provide truth to the message that rising from bed too quickly result in stroke or sudden death. However many people though feel dizzy some times when they wake up suddenly from there place where they are sitting or sleeping.

As per mayoclinic, Orthostatic hypotension — also called postural hypotension — is a form of low blood pressure that happens when you stand up from sitting or lying down. Orthostatic hypotension can make you feel dizzy or lightheaded, and maybe even faint.

Orthostatic hypotension may be mild and last for less than a few minutes. However, long-lasting orthostatic hypotension can signal more-serious problems, so it's important to see a doctor if you frequently feel lightheaded when standing up.

So this is just a myth that drinking water before and after bed can prevent heart attack.

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