Stroke Damage

When a person undergoes a stroke, they can either suffer from an ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke. An ischemic stroke is when the supply of oxygen-rich blood to your brain is reduced. Hemorrhagic stroke infers that there is bleeding the brain. Without blood and oxygen, brain cells can quickly become damaged and die. Permanent damage can ensue if the blood supply is not restored.

Suffering from a stroke is one of the most common nervous system causes of physical disability. Recovery from a stroke is going to depend on the amount of brain damage caused by the stroke. Within the first few months after the incident is the most opportune time to regain your abilities, such as speech.

Other symptoms of stroke damage include:

  • Changes in speed of action
  • Changes in judgement
  • Changes in emotion
  • Changes in perception
  • Memory problems
  • Problems from neglecting the affected side of the body

There are also other long-term damages that can stem from suffering from a stroke. These can include depression and pneumonia that may take months, or even years, to develop after the incident.

There are a few health factors that can raise your risk of having a stroke. These include: high blood pressure, atrial fibrillation, diabetes, smoking, high cholesterol, alcoholism, being overweight, and physical inactivity.

If you or a loved has recently suffered from a stroke, it is important to immediately begin the process of reviving certain humanly functions. Here at Stem Cell International, our expert physicians can assist you in the best way to move forward to repair damage, and we can also introduce natural healing options that suit you best. Book an appointment today.

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