Time is of the essence when treating a stroke, also known as a ‘brain attack’. If you believe you are experiencing a stroke, you should always seek emergency medical attention. Any of the following symptoms that appear out of the blue should raise suspicions that you may be having a stroke: Facial drooping Arm or legContinue reading “The First Three Months after a Stroke”
Category Archives: Rehabilitation
Enhanced Recovery after COVID-19 Exposure
As COVID-19 continues to unfold internationally, there has been a need for nursing advice — particularly around symptom self-management — which is known to lead to higher rates of complications for other similar conditions in the community.
Should I take the medication I was prescribed?
Safe medication use occurs when the benefits of taking a medication outweigh potential harms. To accomplish this, the medication must be well-matched to the patient’s needs.
3 Key Steps to Overcoming a Personal Health Crisis
Major health events can impact almost anybody. And, for most people, the pride of being healthy seems to get in way of recovery. Try these three surprising techniques to tune into your body after a health crisis.