Users' questions

Can a mild stroke be cured?

Can a mild stroke be cured?

The short answer is yes, stroke can be cured — but it occurs in two stages. First, doctors administer specific treatment to restore normal blood flow in the brain. Then, the patient participates in rehabilitation to cure the secondary effects.

How long does it take to recover from a mild stroke?

However, nothing is guaranteed as every stroke is different and therefore every recovery is different. Because mild strokes do not typically cause major impairments, recovery is usually fast. Sometimes recovery from a mild stroke can occur within 3-6 months.

What happens to your loved one after a stroke?

Post-stroke depression is common, with as many as 30-50 percent of stroke survivors depressed in the early or later phases of post-stroke. Post-stroke depression can significantly affect your loved one’s recovery and rehabilitation.

When did my 84 year old mom have a stroke?

When my 84-year-old Mom had a stoke on May 2, the right side of her body was rendered useless. In the past six months, she has been blessed with a supportive medical team, therapy team, and family team that has worked together to gain remarkable results.

How long has it been since I had a stroke?

Here’s a story from a stroke survivor named Margaret who has had more than 5 years elapse since her stroke. This was part of her review for FitMi home therapy, which she used for rehab at home. “In 2010, I had a stroke. Since then, my right arm and both of my hands have become increasingly more contracted.

How old was my husband when he had a stroke?

My husband suffered a massive stroke two years ago. Grady wasn’t that old (59, at the time) and he was in pretty good health. He was a few pounds overweight, but he wasn’t a smoker, nor did he have a family history that could help us make sense of what happened. My husband suffered a massive stroke two years ago.

However, nothing is guaranteed as every stroke is different and therefore every recovery is different. Because mild strokes do not typically cause major impairments, recovery is usually fast. Sometimes recovery from a mild stroke can occur within 3-6 months.

Post-stroke depression is common, with as many as 30-50 percent of stroke survivors depressed in the early or later phases of post-stroke. Post-stroke depression can significantly affect your loved one’s recovery and rehabilitation.

How to keep your marriage strong after a stroke?

Building new rituals of connection and remembering the positive aspects of your marriage before the stroke are necessary to keep your relationship healthy. While stroke can create strain, frustration, and distance in your marriage, coping with its effects is an opportunity to reset your priorities and goals.