Natural Stroke Recovery Therapy Melbourne
Stroke recovery usually involves adapting a stroke victim to the disabilities often left behind as a result of a stroke. A stroke occurs when the supply of blood to the brain is interrupted; when an artery blocked or bursts. When brain cells do not receive oxygen or nutrients from blood, they die. In a stroke, brain cells usually begin to die shortly after a stroke starts. If left undetected, a stroke can be fatal. However, some cells may recover if blood supply is quickly restored.
Symptoms of a Stroke
The symptoms of a stroke may involve one or more of the following;
- Numbness/weakness in the face, arm, or leg
- Difficulty speaking/understanding speech
- Sudden dizziness
- Impaired vision in one or both eyes
- Loss of balance
- Difficulty swallowing
- Sudden onset headache
These symptoms may last anywhere from a few seconds to hours, or may not disappear. Severity varies on the area of the brain affected and the cause of the stroke. A key factor in stroke recovery is reacting quickly to the symptoms of a stroke to prevent as much damage to the brain as possible.
Limiting Stroke Damage
Limiting Stroke Damage
Acting FAST when the symptoms of a stroke are observed is vital in limiting the damage caused to the brain.
The FAST signs of a stroke according to the Stroke Foundation are:
- Face – Can they smile? Is their mouth drooping on one side?
- Arm – Can they lift both arms?
- Speech – Is their speech slurred? Can they understand you?
- Time – Reacting fast can mean the difference between severe impairment and a full recovery. If you suspect someone is suffering a stroke, call 000 immediately.
Unlike most other cells, once brain cells die they are not regenerated by the body. Depending on the damage, this may result in minor to severe disabilities. The type of impairment will depend on the area of the brain affected by the stroke.
Although some stroke victims recover almost completely, the large majority of people who suffer a stroke will experience minor to severe impairments that may require special care. Stroke rehabilitation usually involves;
Speech Therapy – maintaining or improving speech, as well as assisting with difficulty swallowing
Occupational Therapy – teaching coping strategies and skills to survivors, adapting families to assisting stroke survivors
Physical Therapy – maintaining or improving movement and bodily function.
How Isabella’s Unique Healing Therapy Can Help
Stroke recovery traditionally teaches victims to adapt to their disabilities, but Ancient Russian Healing can heal the damage caused by a stroke. I offer a unique form of healing that has been passed down in my family for generations. The therapy is 100% natural, and doesn’t involve any medicines. This form of healing does not have any direct contact with the body and is pain free. I use the natural healing abilities of certain semi-precious & precious metals to repair and unclog blood vessels in the brain in order to allow blood flow to reactivate damaged nerves. By repairing the damaged nerves, I can reverse the effects of a stroke.
Take a look at the results on our Testimonials page.