Since chronic high blood pressure is one of the most common causes of intracerebral hemorrhage, controlling your blood pressure is an important way to reduce your risk for this condition. Maintain a healthy lifestyle by reducing stress; eating a good diet; exercising regularly; not smoking; and taking any blood pressure medication as prescribed. Talk to your doctor about other ways to prevent the condition.
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Natalia Rost, MD, Neurology, answeredReducing blood pressure is the single most important thing you can do to prevent an intracerebral hemorrhage. Consider treatment for amyloidosis or an arteriovenous malformation (an abnormal tangle of blood vessels), if you have been diagnosed with either.