Brain Training Can Help Stroke Patients With Attention Disorders

Brain Training Can Help Stroke Patients With Attention Disorders

Researchers at the Imperial College of London have published a new study in the journal Neurology which suggests that stroke patients are much prone to […]

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Stroke is the second most common cause of cognitive impairment

Stroke is the second most common cause of cognitive impairment

Stroke is the second most common cause of cognitive impairment and dementia and can significantly affect your attention, memory, planning and other executive functions. Strokes […]

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Chemical reaction keeps stroke-damaged brain from repairing itself

Chemical reaction keeps stroke-damaged brain from repairing itself

Chemical reaction keeps stroke-damaged brain from repairing itself. Nitric oxide, a gaseous molecule produced in the brain, can damage neurons. When the brain produces too […]

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Oxygen chamber can boost brain repair years after stroke or trauma

Oxygen chamber can boost brain repair years after stroke or trauma

Oxygen chamber can boost brain repair years after stroke or trauma. Stroke, traumatic injury, and metabolic disorder are major causes of brain damage and permanent […]

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Even older patients can improve following intensive brain training for aphasia

Even older patients can improve following intensive brain training for aphasia

Even older patients can improve following intensive brain training for aphasia. Older adults who have suffered from aphasia for a long time can nevertheless improve […]

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Botox may benefit stroke patients

Botox may benefit stroke patients

Botox may benefit stroke patients. Injecting botox injections into the arm muscles of stroke survivors may help in long term recovery, states new research. Researchers […]

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Preparing the brain for a stroke before it occurs

Preparing the brain for a stroke before it occurs

Preparing the brain for a stroke before it occurs. Priming the brain to sprout new blood vessels before a stroke occurs could reduce the severity […]

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