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Life After A StrokeDiscover New Independence and Freedom Using Simple, Thoughtful Strategies
Every year thousands of people suffer from the debilitating consequences of a stroke. Many will die. The sooner you recognize the early warning signsof stroke, the more likely you are to recover fully, oras close to it as possible.
Do you know the warning signs?
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Some of the more commonly known signs of stroke include:
1. Feelings of weakness or tingling in the limbs or face.2. Loss of sight or visual disturbances.3. Uncoordinated movements.4. Loss of balance.5. A terrible headache that comes on suddenly.
The sooner you seek treatment for these signs, the more likelyyou are to realize better odds for recovery (and a happy lifefollowing a stroke).
You can learn to improve the quality of your life however, even after suffering a severe stroke. In 'Life After A Stroke' we teachstroke survivors, family members and caregivers how to create opportunities for success and hope.
What is most important after all, is the ability to maintainHOPE when facing a chronic condition or crisis.
Do you know the causes?
People suffering from a stroke are much more likely than thegeneral public to suffer from stroke. Common causes mayinclude:
1. Increasing age (people over age 50 are more at risk).2. Poor health, including lack of exercise or poor nutrition.3. Race or ethnicity.4. Gender (males are more likely to suffer stroke).5. Other unknown hereditary factors.
The good news is once you start taking charge of your life, you can reduce your odds of suffering a recurrent stroke, with properknowledge and education.
Life After A Stroke teaches stroke survivors, family, loved ones andcaregivers (often the same in one) how to cope with the short andlong-term effects of stroke.
Life After A Stroke is a guide for anyone interested in improving the quality of life they lead following stroke and recapturingsome if not all of their independence.
Have faith, and have hope. Help, compassion, and proper educationare just a click away.
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Even if you have no risk factors, you may still suffer a stroke. The good news is you can learn how to recover your independence and improve the quality of your life following a stroke. If you want more information immediately, just visit us at [please contact me for website address]
The information in this newsletter is for informationpurposes only and not to be construed as medicaladvice. Only your doctor can provide you with medical advice about your condition.