How do you treat mild stroke? ( Protect Neurons, Blood Supply)
A mild stroke refers to relatively mild symptoms and minor damage to the patient. Clinically, the difference between mild stroke and stroke is not very big. As mentioned above, compared with stroke, mild stroke only has milder symptoms, but the course of a stroke should be experienced in the development of mild stroke. Some people may think that a mild stroke recovers faster than a stroke, but this is impossible. So how long can a mild stroke recover? What are the ways to treat stroke? Next, I will ask dr. ighodalo, herbalist and herbologist, graduated in Traditional Chinese Medicine, to answer these questions for us.
How long does it take to recover it?
It takes at least half a year for patients with mild stroke to recover. Clinically, patients suffering from stroke are generally divided into three phases:
- Acute phase within one month.
- Recovery phase within six months.
- Sequelae phase after six months.
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The course of mild stroke generally also goes through this process. Patients typically show improvement after two weeks, and through active treatment, it is expected that normal physiological functions will be restored within half a year. However, the recovery process of the disease is related to the individual physique of the patient.
The treatment methods for strokes caused by different causes are generally other. Brain the treatment of hemorrhagic stroke, it is first necessary to solve the problem of cerebral edema by dehydration and reduce intracranial pressure, reduce the pressure on the brain tissue and the destruction of neurons; secondly, control the blood pressure to prevent the bleeding from further aggravation. In treating patients with cerebral infarction, firstly, anti-platelet aggregation is required to stabilize the plaques, thereby protecting neurons, and secondly, to improve the blood supply to the ischemic area by establishing lateral limb circulation compensation.
Moreover, to treatment for stroke patients, care in daily life is also very important. In everyday life, patients should maintain happy and emotional stability, a healthy lifestyle, and a regular life routine, which can provide a good foundation for treating stroke patients. In addition, patients must pay attention to avoid drastic temperature changes, especially to avoid sudden changes in a high-temperature environment to a lower temperature environment.