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Use free stroke recovery apps to regain movements

This post curates free stroke recovery tools that help to regain movements after a stroke.

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Games like card play help arm/hand stroke recovery

This is great news! Playing cards, dominos, bingo, Jenga, and ball games contribute to arm and hand recovery after a stroke in addition to your standard physio and occupational therapy program. There is another important finding here; its gains are similar to the gains from virtual reality games. In other…

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How exercise helps the brain in stroke recovery

Exercise helps the brain to recover lost movements. Find out how.

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Follow these guides to regain walking after a stroke

Follow these guides to help the brain to recover walking faster and better.

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How to deal with urine incontinence after stroke

This post deal with how to manage incontinence problems of stroke patients.

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Best practices to regain movements after stroke

Follow these six expert recommended best practices for better, faster recovery after a stroke.

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Stroke-related bladder problems

An earlier post explored how stroke can disrupt bladder control. This post looks into stroke-associated bladder problems. These problems could occur due to direct damage to the brain areas that control the bladder and bladder gates. Table of contents Post-stroke bladder problems due to disruption to the brain’s bladder control…

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How a stroke causes urine incontinence

Stroke can result in either urinary incontinence or retention. It occurs as a result of the killing of neurons that are responsible in regulating the peeing.

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Adult diapers, pull-ups, and liners buying guide

Daily, stroke caregivers help stroke survivors wear adult diapers, pull-ups, and liners. They struggle daily if the products do not fit the survivor. We can find a variety of types and brands in the market; you need to spend your precious time and money to search for the most suitable…

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Measuring urine leak helps regain bladder control

Stroke can rob bladder control resulting in urine leak (incontinence). Evidence-based methods exist to regain bladder control. But, still, the problem can persist. How useful is measuring the amount of urine leaked? First, it guides you to decide which absorbent products to buy. (You can find a simple buying guide…

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