What You Need to Know About Stroke

As promised in my last post, here’s a gift from Helen at Home Care Plus in Ireland:

Count to two. In the amount of time it took you, somewhere in the world, someone had a stroke.

Now count to 10. By the time you reach 10, one of the 5 will have suffered a fatal stroke. That is how regularly strokes happen. It’s a frightening thought.

This and some other sobering statistics are contained in the below infographic about stroke.

It also gives several other points of highly important information such as:

• what to do if you see someone having a stroke
• how you can recognize a stroke
• what factors increase the risk of stroke
• what can happen as a consequence of stroke

As any stroke survivor will tell you, or indeed any of their friends or family, it is a life-changing event for those who manage to survive it.

Stroke survivors require a great deal of care after the event, sometimes to the extent that carers often work so hard that they risk damaging their own health through exhaustion and stress.

A great thank you is owed to Home Care Plus for creating this infographic, which is a hugely practical and user-friendly guide to stroke. It is definitely worth taking a few minutes to read, for when it comes to stroke, knowledge really is power.

What You Need to Know About Stroke Infographic

Thanks Helen!  Sorry it’s taken me so long to post it.

Till next time - Have Wonderful Days - Leslie

 

 

 

 

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