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Saiful Najaib

muscle tone on the upper side of my body has been remarkable

Hezron Watindi (Kenya)

The other day I visited him with Dad, he's on the front door to get his medicine and he can already walking leaning on one side straight with a stronger knee.

Claire Igoe (Wife) (United Kingdom)

I lost the use of my left side which meant the use of my arm and ability to walk. I have been using Neuroaid since May 2nd and I am already seeing improvement

Rohan Mullin (Australia)

My balance is also greatly improved, I am back to riding a motorcycle

Mr. Dick Howard (United Kingdom)

Avoiding another stroke: Exercising

By Blog, Stroke Prevention

Exercising is not only one of the keys to healthy life; it also helps prevent heart disease and lowers stroke risks. Indeed, inactivity is a major risk factor for developing coronary artery disease and it can also lead to high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes. Exercising 30 to 40 minutes at least 3 to 4 times a week reduces blood pressure, raises “good cholesterol” and helps regulate insulin requirements. Bring physical activity into your daily life! Daily physical activity does not require a lot of time, but it benefits your body a lot. It does not mean you have to undergo intensive tough fitness programs but only get used to introducing soft activities in your daily life: chance is, you will not even notice you are exercising!Why not start by exercising at home? It allows your children to see you being active, which sets a good example for them. The best part is that you can combine exercise with other activities.

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I am on my way to total recovery. My sight and speech has returned to normal. The motor functions on my right side is alright and my writing ability has improved considerably.

Prince Alpha Dominion (U.S.A.)

Prevention of Stroke

By All about Stroke, Blog, Stroke Prevention

Stroke is an epidemic that is not usually given the press that heart disease and cancer usually get. Yet strokes kill millions of people every year worldwide. The American Heart Association does have a stroke prevention site, because stroke and heart disease are often found together. However, the push for the public to understand stroke symptoms and to get help immediately isn’t as publicized as the need for CPR and defibrillators. Some work places now have informational posters warning about the signs of a stroke, but stroke prevention and recognition is poorly understood. Symptoms are not the only issues that leave the public in the dark. How to prevent strokes is also not very well known. Everyone seems to know that they need to “take care of themselves” and “lead a healthy lifestyle,” but what do these concepts really mean in terms of stroke prevention? While it is true that the preventative measures between heart disease and stroke are similar, they are not exactly the same. In addition, it doesn’t hurt to follow the regulations for both conditions because they are very often seen together. If you want to lower your risk of stroke, you may want to take a…

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I still have hope I will regain all mobility with continued therapy and Neuroaid!

Ann Haumschild (U.S.A.)

his balance appears to be improved when he walks in his walker

Rosemary Stephenson (Australia)

Pets and Stroke

By All about Stroke, Blog, Other Information One Comment

Strokes are a devastating condition in humans, but they are even more emotional when it is your pet that has had the stroke. First, it is difficult to notice the symptoms because the pet can’t tell you what it is feeling. Second, some pets have strokes and then recover on their own. The point is that pet strokes are a problem, and they can lead to difficult times for your pet as they recover. Of course, it would take a good deal of rehab to get a pet back to the pre-stroke shape. It is time and money intensive, but fortunately, strokes in pets are not that common. Dogs with brain tumors, diabetes, Cushing’s disease, and other rare diseases and conditions are likely to cause a dog to have a stroke. It is usually not something that happens spontaneously, but it is possible. If you think your dog is having a stroke, it is important to get them help as soon as possible. The treatments are limited for strokes in dogs, but a vet will be able to watch the dog to make sure the condition does not worsen. How to tell your pet had a stroke There are many…

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