Stroke walk Kansas city, US
Saya menemukan artikel dari penderita stroke warga Australia tentang 13 hal yang perlu diketahui tentang Stroke yang berguna baik untuk penderita stroke maupun mereka yang masih sehat. Ada beberapa hal penting diketahui adalah :
A. Walau Dokter sudah memvonnis tidak akan bisa berjalan lagi, ternyata itu tidak benar. Masih banyak kesaksian penderita yang bisa berjalan kembali. Jadi tetapalh optimis.
B. Orang sehat, tidak merokok, berolah raga, tidak minum alkohol bisa juga terserang stroke.
Selengapnya saya copy seperti dibawah ini.
13 TRUTHS STROKE SURVIVORSA stroke happens when the blood supply to the brain is interrupted. Everyone who has a stroke is affected differently, and some may experience problems on a certain side of their body (for example, a stroke on the right side of the brain can impact the left side of the body). Others may have difficulty eating, breathing and moving if they experience a stroke at the base of the brain.
WISH OTHERS UNDERSTOOD
WISH OTHERS UNDERSTOOD
And even though the World Stroke Organization reports that 1 in 6 people will have a stroke in their lifetime, the average person knows little about what happens before, during and after a stroke. So the Mighty teamed up with the National Stroke Foundation of Australia and asked stroke survivors what they wish others understood about their experiences.
Here’s what they had to say:
1. “Not knowing the cause of my strokes is something that terrifies me daily. I don’t know if I will have another and if I’ll be alone with my daughter again if I do.” — Rosie Bell
2. “Your life changes. Your previous life is no longer, and you are now on a different path.” —Karen Kelsey
3. “Some days are better than others. Some days it’s hard to be strong.” —Adam Colbourne
4. “I’d tell people to get your blood pressure checked! Ironically, my mum had a massive pontine stroke on World Stroke Day seven years ago and died 10 days later. I’ve only just turned 40 and have hypertension too; I am on anti-hypertensive medication as a result. I learned from experience. It can happen to anyone! My mum didn’t smoke or drink and she walked every day.”
5. “Every day is a struggle mentally and physically… Although it gets better over time, it’s a lifelong rehab!” –Ida Dempsey
6. There is a need of rehabilitation after the hospital charges – Tracey Roberts
7. Side effects of stroke can be invisible – Astrid Pianto
8. I am still fighting to get the word aphasia, known in the wider community and it’s hard
- Wendy crop
9. Healthy people have strokes. I never smoked or drank alcohol. I played weekly sports until 83 years of age – Narelle Huett of behalf of her father
10. After nearly four years it still takes a lot longer to do things – Jen J ay
11. Stroke do not discriminate. Any age/gender nationally fitness. It can happen to any one
- Linda Steuer
12. Living alone after stroke is more lonely then loneliness – El Just El
13. Never give up hope. I was told I would never walk again. My left side was paralyzed, now look at me - Ariadne