Monthly Archives: January 2014

Acupuncture—– A Great Healing Method for Stroke

By Reno Fu Acupuncture was discovered in ancient China more than 3000 years ago. This technique actually involves penetrating thin metallic needles into skin by the hands or with help of electric stimulation.   According to this Chinese theory Qi, which … Continue reading

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The Myths About Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy

By Snake River Roman   There is a lot of misinformation about hypnosis and hypnotherapy. You have probably heard a few or even believe a few of them. The problem with all the misinformation around is that it makes it … Continue reading

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Stroke Rehabilitation – A Novel Treatment Pays Off

By Gary Cordingley In a landmark study, researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham used a randomized controlled trial — the gold standard method for evaluating the effectiveness of a treatment — to show that immobilizing the good arm … Continue reading

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Exercises That Aid in Stroke Recovery

By Charles Cheow There are many exercises that aid in stroke recovery. There are physical, mental, and occupational exercises used by therapists during stroke rehabilitation. Some of them are: 1. Physical Exercises – As the word connotes, these are a … Continue reading

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My Stroke Survivors Story From the Heart

By Peter L Bennett Success is not something that comes through our convenience… it is formulated through our times of inconvenience. This piece is put together for two main reasons. The first of which is to provide an insight into … Continue reading

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How to Prevent Bedsores in a Disabled Person Or a Stroke Patient

By Yasser Elnahas Anyone who is confined to bed for a long time is liable to develop bedsores, especially if movement is restricted or if sensation is impaired. The sores occur on those parts of the body that bear the … Continue reading

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Sleep is an Important Aid to Stroke Recovery

By Charles Cheow Sleep contributes a lot to the success of a stroke patient’s rehabilitation program. Brain scientist and former stroke patient, Jill Bolte Taylor reveals this in an interview. Taylor contradicts the methodology of most rehabilitation facilities wherein stroke … Continue reading

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Yoga for Stroke Recovery

By Faye Martins The fact that a human can survive and potentially recover from a stroke is a testament to the intricate design of the brain. A stroke essentially kills an area of the brain, thus causing the typical symptoms … Continue reading

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Studies Show Vitamin B3 Aids Stroke Recovery

By Charles Cheow Studies show that Vitamin B3 aids stroke recovery, this was revealed by Henry Ford Neuroscience Institute’s director Dr. Michael Chopp last February during the International Stroke Conference held in Texas. Commonly known as Niacin, Vitamin B3 releases … Continue reading

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