- VideoAt-home Exercises for Stroke SurvivorsFollowing are a few exercises for stroke survivors to help with everything from balance & walking to fine motor skills, complete with video instructions.
- Webpage“Feeling” Ourselves Move: A Team Effort by Our SensesThis article explains how our brains achieve the amazing task of perceiving our own movements and how we use this information to stay balanced and navigate our world. It also describes what happens when errors in self-motion occur (due to illness/injury) and how the science of self-motion perception can enhance video games and virtual reality
- WebpageMuscling Up on Mental Illness: How Exercise Can Help Both Body and MindExercise is now being prescribed by doctors as a part of treatment for a range of mental illnesses, including depression and anxiety. While scientists do not fully understand how exercise can help improve our mood, we know enough about the positive benefits of exercise to suggest that everyone living with mental illness should have access to tailored exercise programs as part of their recovery.
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- VideoFoods that improve recovery after strokeSpeed up your stroke recovery by incorporating these into your diet:
- VideoFiber, Low Fat & Omega 3 Rich Foods for Stroke RecoveryDiet tips for a healthy brain
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- WebpageSexuality After StrokeIt is normal to have questions regarding your ability to engage in sexual activity after stroke. Read on for helpful questions and answers on the matter.
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- WebpageEating fish twice a week reduces heart, stroke riskOily fish may not sound appetizing, but research on the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids from seafood reaffirms the health value of eating fi
- WebpageGet brushing: good oral hygiene may protect against strokeA new study suggests good oral hygiene might help protect against stroke
- WebpageFood and Appetite Problems After a StrokeIf you’re recovering from a stroke, it’s important to eat well to nourish your body. It gives you the energy you need to stay active, do rehabilitative therapy, and get back to your daily activities. It also can make it less likely that you will have another stroke
- WebpageNew guidelines for the prevention of recurrent strokeNew guidelines for the prevention of recurrent stroke
- WebpageAfter Your Stroke: How to Handle 5 Common ComplicationsAfter you’ve had a stroke, some physical or mental complications are likely. Depending on how severe the stroke was and other factors, you may have major or minor difficulties that are sometimes temporary or possibly permanent.
- WebpageIs There a Good Diet for Stroke?There is not a particular recommended diet for stroke survivors who are recovering. On the contrary, there are no diets a stroke survivor should strictly avoid.