First six months of stroke recovery

The first six months of stroke recovery is very crucial for its final outcome. The recovery is much faster in the first three months and then taper off in the latter half. However, the recovery continues even after the sixth month but at a slower rate.

The good news is that we can do something for better recovery by carrying out organized physical activities and exercises. At the same time, stroke carers need to know a lot about caring for other aspects of life. This page addresses these issues with the help of research findings and experts’ recommendations.

Dealing with walking and movement problems

This is where stroke carers assist in better recovery. Research is very convincing that early mobility, physical activities, and exercises result in better recovery. Read the following posts and share your experiences.

Dealing with bladder and bowel problems