NeuroAiD is an oral treatment for post-stroke recovery.
NeuroAiD gives stroke survivors better chance of repairing their neurological deficits and recovering a maximum of their lost motor and cognitive capabilities.
Stroke is the first cause of acquired disability in the world
According to the World Health Organization, 15 million people suffer from stroke worldwide each year.
A stroke, brain attack, or cerebrovascular accident, is the sudden death of brain cells caused by a lack of blood supply and oxygen to the brain. Oxygen is essential to maintaining normal brain function and without it, the cells constituting the brain cannot survive and begin to die after few minutes.
There are two main types of stroke:
Ischemic strokes or cerebral infarcts: 80% of strokes result from a blockage or a reduction of blood flow in an artery that irrigates the brain. They are caused either by a blood clot (thrombus) which blocks the blood vessel or by the buildup of plaque (often due to cholesterol) within the arteries which narrows vessels resulting in a loss of blood flow.
Haemorrhagic strokes represent 20% of strokes, due to the rupture of an artery within the brain triggering an intracerebral haemorrhage (15% of strokes) or to the rupture of an aneurysm (arteriovenous malformation) entailing subarachnoid haemorrhage (5% of strokes).
What are the consequences of a stroke?
Resulting disabilities will vary depending on stroke location and severity.
After a stroke, brain cells die in the affected areas resulting to damaged or even lose neurons. Patients will often suffer physical disabilities such as partial loss of motricity or hemiplegia, sensory loss, language disorders, aphasia, visual disorders, and even memory loss.
Level of recovery will vary from patient to patient according to the stroke location and severity.
Starting rapidly a rehabilitation program is key to recovery.
Time is Crucial in Stroke Recovery
This video explains how the brain can repair itself and reconnect.
Why taking NeuroAiD?
NeuroAiD is a recovery stimulator dedicated to support neurological functions.
NeuroAiD creates a favorable environment to enhance neuroplasticity.
Precisely, NeuroAiD triggers the production of new neurons in our brain (neurogenesis) and favors connections between neurons by stimulating the formation of new dendrites and synapses (neuroplasticity).
This favors the formation of new functional neuronal circuits, which are key for achieving a full post-stroke recovery. The changes in the brain materialize into faster and higher improvements of neurological functions during rehabilitation. This neurorestorative activity of NeuroAiD was established in 2010 by a team of French scientists and published in peer-reviewed international journal.
How to get NeuroAiD
NeuroAiD is registered and marketed in over 30 countries worldwide.
NeuroAiD is available online and over the counter in Singapore, as such it can be purchased online locally and shipped internationally into countries where we do not have local presence or representatives.
NeuroAiD is sold in Singapore with transfer of property occurring locally prior to shipment. It is up to every consumer to ensure he is abiding with the prevailing law of his countries when importing NeuroAiD from Singapore.
The approved label of NeuroAiD varies from country to country depending on local regulations and so does the category of product in which NeuroAiD is approved. As such the information made available to the public varies from country to country.
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Middle East and Africa
NeuroAiD is usually recommended by neurologists, neurosurgeons and rehabilitation physicians. For more information on NeuroAiD’s label and status in your country, do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Free eBook for stroke patients with multimedia content
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- Understand Stroke
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- Cope with Stroke as a victim or as a caregiver
- Endorsed and co-authored by the Singapore National Stroke Association