Stroke and brain injury can be the most traumatic experience in a person’s life. It not only changes the entire world for the patient but also takes a colossal toll on the patient’s family members. A major stroke can confine a person to bed, or even kill him or her due to its consequences. If the stroke is acute, and the individual is still alive, the person keeps thinking he or she might die anytime soon. The individual keeps brooding about things he or she had planned for the future that perhaps will not come to fruition anymore.
A person can lose his or her memory, voice, motor skills, languages, swallowing ability, vision, and be under constant pain. The list goes on and on. Unfortunately, somebody who has had a massive stroke and lost his or her voice cannot even express how he or she is feeling internally.
Read this book to get latest research based and data driven information about this debilitating disease, and how to preempt stroke in most situations.
Here are some of the topics you will learn from this book about stroke and brain damage:
- How to identify if you already might have had a silent stroke in the past, like a TIA stroke without you ever realizing it.
- How to envisage with reasonable accurately whether you are a candidate for an Ischemic stroke or a Hemorrhagic stroke in the future.
- What symptoms you should be vigilant about to understand that you might be having a stroke right now, and what you need to do straightaway to prevent significant brain damage?
- How a stroke survivor’s mental health and emotional health become issues of major concern and what should be the roles and responsibilities of the family members and caregivers.
- How to prevent recurrence of a stroke and what precautions the stroke survivor and family members should take.
- How family members and caregivers can offer the best care and treatment to a stroke patient at home while taking care of their own emotional, physical and mental wellbeing.
- How to alleviate the patient of any anxiety disorder especially in the presence of friends and strangers and how to prevent the patient from going into a state of depression.
- What diagnostics tests should be ordered by your doctor and which tests should not be done on a patient as a result of previous medical history and prevent further complications?
- What are the best ways and techniques for quick stroke recovery so that the patient can get back to a normal routine?
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