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Stroke Rehabilitation: A Crucial Part of Recovery after Stroke

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‘Recovery is an acceptance that your life is in shambles and you have to change it’ says Jamie Lee Curtis, an American actress, author, and activist.

It is rightly said that giving a new start to your life after despair is in many ways a difficult task. Likewise, recovering and rebuilding confidence within themselves after having a stroke is a tough, yet an important task for the patients. Here, stroke rehabilitation plays a pivotal role in regaining independence in patients’ lives. As per scientific research, stroke rehabilitation is the promising treatment that aids optimize recovery for an improved outcome.

After a stroke, some of the patients experience some improvement in brain functioning, while most of them experience some neurological deficits after a stroke. Often, stroke survivors possess problems with balancing, thinning of muscles, the stiffness of muscles due to brain damage, etc. While these problems remain at the verge of recovery, stroke rehabilitation offers a safe way to use the functions successfully with the help of an organized exercise plan. Hence, rehabilitation therapy is designed in such a way that it would increase the difficulty level of exercises with time, giving the stroke survivors a secure feel of improvement.

Various new techniques are introduced in stroke rehabilitation that subsumes mirror therapy, and music therapy. Though most of the development takes place within a short span, the brain may continue to learn and re-learn the old tasks as long as one lives. After completing visits to the rehabilitation center, the patient may ask to continue the exercises given by the physical therapists.

Lastly, rehabilitation is not a cake-walk. It may seem daunting and physically discomforting task. Basically, scientific research studies conclude that a successful and meaningful recovery can only be obtained with the optimism and high-level of the motivation of the participants during the rehabilitation process. Researchers also confess that it is normal for people to feel exhausted when recovery seems to be at a standstill. However, in situations where improvement seems sluggish, the whole outcome turns out to be way better in the long-term after rehabilitation therapy. This way, stroke rehabilitation takes one through the journey from a stroke to the complete recovery.



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