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Pseudobulbar Affect – Not All Crying After Stroke Is Depression

Saebo
Friday, February 9th, 2018


Pseudobulbar Affect - Not All Crying After Stroke Is Depression

Among stroke survivors, feelings of depression and sadness are unfortunately common. The body has experienced acute changes both physically and mentally, and certain emotional responses may be triggered as a result. A survivor may find themselves dealing with bouts of anger, mood swings, and moments of intense crying or laughing, but these reactions do not necessarily indicate a typical case of depression.

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Depression After Stroke: What is the Connection?

Saebo
Friday, July 14th, 2017


Post Stroke Depression, Stroke and Depression, Stroke Depression

Despite increased public awareness about mental illnesses like depression, many people still are not very familiar with the condition and its symptoms.

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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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