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Exercises for Stroke

Recovering from a stroke can be easier with this guide.

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Those who have lived through a life altering event like a stroke know how important exercise can be to their rehabilitation. It can be hard to get things going, but having a guide for your exercises can be very helpful. Now there is a guidebook called Exercises for Stroke that offers a complete program for rehabilitation through movement, balance and coordination. This book is written by William Smith and offers an abundance of safe and effective exercise instructions for those who have suffered a stroke. Completing the proper level of physical activity can improve your balance and coordination, and help prevent future strokes. This book offers education as well as exercise advice.

Exercises for Stroke also shows you how to perform exercises that are specific to stroke rehabilitation. The exercises include those that are based at home and those that can be done at the gym. It is important that stroke patients be completely cleared by their physician or therapist for both types of exercises before beginning. Some of the benefits included in Exercises for Stroke are introductory material on the benefits of exercise for recovery, tips for caregivers or family members, daily exercise recommendations and a training log to track progress.

PRO
  • Perfect guide for those that have had a stroke
  • Offers preventative methods for avoiding future strokes
  • Improves the daily living of stroke patients
  • Includes information on strokes
  • Patients must be cleared for home and gym exercising prior to starting
  • Gives guidance for those who are taking care of stroke patients
  • Focuses on the important role of exercise in stroke rehabilitation
CON
  • Does not include information on proper eating habits after a stroke
DIET and NUTRITION

There is no diet information in Exercises for Stroke due to it being an exercise guide.

EXERCISE

Exercise is the main focus of Exercises for Stroke. This book is designed to help those who have suffered a stroke do the proper exercises to prevent future strokes and help their recovery after suffering a stroke. Physical therapy is a big part of the rehabilitation process so patients must be cleared for home and gym exercises prior to beginning to use this guide. Without the proper rehabilitation, very little improvement if any can accomplished in patients. The exercises included in this book will help you gain your mobility and help prevent future strokes. Some of the exercises you may do for regaining mobility include:

  • Arm raises from a laying down position
  • Raising the arm at the elbow
  • Leg raises at the knee
  • Leg raises from the hip
  • Leg Weight shift to strengthen the hip and pelvis muscles
  • Diagonal body rotation to strengthen core
CONCLUSION

Those who have suffered a stroke typically want to get back to their former lifestyle as quickly as possible. To make that happen, you need the proper therapy and a great attitude. Exercises for Stroke covers the exercise part so that you can make a recovery that will aid in preventing future strokes. This book offers several exercises that will be perfect for guiding you through daily exercises and offers a place for you to log and track your results. Recovering from a stroke can take a lot out of you, but with tools like Exercises for Stroke you can be well on your way.

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