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Signs Your Loved One is Recovering From Stroke

Saebo
Friday, August 18th, 2017


Signs Your Loved One Is Recovering from Stroke, Stroke Recovery Symptoms, Stroke Victims Recovery Process, Recover from a Stroke, Recovery from Stroke, Post Stroke Recovery, How to Recover from a Stroke, Stroke Recovery Process

A stroke—no matter how severe—can be devastating. Not only does it have the potential to cause damage physically and mentally, but the recovery process can be equally as difficult to navigate. With countless hurdles to overcome, monitoring progress during stroke recovery can be very frustrating, but there are certain things that you or a loved one can do to improve the experience and see results.  

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The Most Common Stroke Questions, Answered

Saebo
Thursday, July 27th, 2017


Stroke Questions, Questions About Stroke, Most Common Stroke Questions Answered

 

A stroke can be a serious and frightening medical emergency that has a huge impact on both stroke patients and their families. Strokes are life-changing events, but many stroke patients and those who care for them don’t know much about the nature of strokes and the recovery process. In order to properly handle the aftermath of a stroke, it’s important to be well-informed. Knowing more about strokes and how to recover from them is a key step in assuaging any fears and concerns that stem from this condition.

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The Best Apps to Help With Stroke Recovery

Saebo
Thursday, July 27th, 2017


The Best Apps to Help With Stroke Recovery, Stroke Recovery App

 

Recovering after a stroke requires hard work from the survivor and their caretakers. Though this can be intimidating, there is good news: with new technology in apps, patients have more help than ever regaining abilities after their stroke.

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35 Fun Rehab Activities for Stroke Patients

Saebo
Thursday, July 20th, 2017


35 Fun Rehab Activities for Stroke Patients, Rehab for Stroke, Stroke Rehabilitation, Rehab After a Stroke, Rehabilitation for Stroke Patients, Outpatient Stroke Rehabilitation, Rehab After Stroke, Rehabilitation After Stroke

 

After suffering a stroke, many survivors find themselves with some loss of physical function. While much of this is due to brain damage from the stroke itself, there are additional preventable problems like physical deconditioning and fatigue that can lead to a survivor losing function. How can this be prevented? Physical activity.

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The Benefits of Pet Therapy for Stroke Survivors

Saebo
Monday, July 3rd, 2017


Benefits of Pet Therapy for Stroke Survivors

 

They say dog is man’s best friend, but for stroke survivors, a dog can mean even more than that. Dogs tend to respond well to training and have the temperaments to be good companions. For this reason, more and more stroke survivors are finding comfort, support, and assistance during recovery in the form of pet therapy dogs.

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Going Back to Work After a Stroke: What You Need to Know

Saebo
Thursday, June 29th, 2017


Going Back to Work After Stroke

 

Having a stroke can change a person’s life in many ways. Survivor’s often find themselves unable to speak, swallow, walk, or even use half of their body. These disabilities can make returning to a normal routine difficult, and for many it makes it impossible for them to return to work.

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Why You Should Exercise After Stroke

Saebo
Thursday, June 22nd, 2017


Exercise After Stroke, Why You Should Exercise After Stroke

 

Everyone knows that exercise is good for their health, and for stroke survivors it is no different.  After suffering a stroke, survivors may face numerous barriers to becoming physically active such as disability, fatigue, or depression. While they may have to start slowly and find ways to work around physical barriers, physical exercise is important to both help survivors recover and help them prevent a second stroke.

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Preventing and Treating Stroke in the Very Elderly

Saebo
Tuesday, June 20th, 2017


Preventing and Treating Stroke in Very Elderly, Elderly Stroke, Stroke in Old People

 

As today’s largest generations continue to mature, all age groups are in the center of a significant shift. Within the next 30 years, the population of people over the age of 60 will surpass the number of those beneath it, making awareness of a changing health landscape necessary. In addition to general care and support for our loved ones, it’s vital to note that the risk of stroke increases with age, doubling every decade following the age of 55.

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Saebo’s Favorite Inspirational Quotes for Stroke Survivors

Saebo
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017


Saebo’s Favorite Inspirational Quotes for Stroke Survivors-blog

Recovering after a stroke can seem like a path that is both endless and full of obstacles. The key to resilience lies in staying optimistic and dedicating your efforts to getting better. Finding this motivation requires you to dig deep, and that’s the hardest of all.

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Coping With Emotional Changes After Stroke

Saebo
Monday, February 20th, 2017


Coping With Emotional Changes After Stroke-blog

As a stroke survivor, you can face major life changes. In the aftermath of a stroke, you may experience a sense of loss that is rooted in the feeling that you’ve lost the life you had before your stroke, or your independence. These strong emotional reactions take a toll.

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