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Lifestyle

Life after stroke is full of complications, but with the right tools and resources, it's possible to find a new normalcy. The Stroke-Network.com has brought together government officials, advocates, therapists and more to share their insights on lifestyle issues ranging from the return to work, to reclaiming familiar hobbies and recreational activities.


Dr. Randall Kaye of Avanir Pharmaceuticals explains the basics about Pseudobulbar affect (PBA) after a stroke.

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Top Find: Simplified Dressing After A Stroke

Many of us stand in our closets in the morning staring at our racks of clothes agonizing over what to wear that day,

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Improve Your Balance, Strength and Flexibility

Yoga is recognized for increasing strength and flexibility, however it can also be great for increasing the balance in stroke patients.

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Try This Tonight-Chicken With Peanut Sauce

Here is one of our favorite stroke friendly low fat, low sodium, low cholesterol, one-pot meals with wonderful fresh, sweet, and tangy flavors.

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Gardening As Therapy-Improve Balance, Coordination and Sense of Accomplishment

As spring approaches, consider taking up gardening or getting back into your garden for therapy, fresh air and a sense of accomplishment.

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Tip of The Day-Holding Items in Place

After a stroke it can be hard to hold items in place or open items due to either lack of strength or limited use of an arm.

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Rehabilitation Techniques that Help Stroke Survivors Regain the Ability to Drive

Physical and mental exercises can help stroke survivors become safe, competent drivers so they

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Help Yourself While Helping Other Stroke Survivors

Most stroke survivors find themselves in need at some point in their lives and today you may be the person with the ability to help.

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Goal Setting For Stroke Rehabilitation and Recovery

Setting goals is the best way to achieve a successful stroke rehabilitation outcome.

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Back on the Golf Course After a Stroke

Getting back on the golf course after a stroke is possible and it's good for you. Check out these excercises, tips and resources and get back on the golf course this spring.

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Walking Improves Stroke Survivors’ Lives

Regular, brisk walking after having a stroke could help boost your physical fitness, mobility and quality of life.

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Tips From the Trenches-Cooking After a Stroke

My friend recently had a stroke and desperately wants to be cooking again. Can you provide me with tips to help her get back in the kitchen?

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Alternative Types of Therapy to Keep it Fun

Stroke recovery and rehabilitation doesn’t need to be all work and no play. Put some fun back into your routine.

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5 Tips For Better Sleep

Good, consistent rest aids healing, helps equalize mood and insulin levels, and provides energy needed for stroke rehabilitaion and recovery.

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