Suffering from a stroke, there are often leave you struggling with dysfunctions, such as hemiplegia, bilateral paralysis, speech disorder, cognitive dysfunction, and emotional disorder, etc. Rehabilitation training is really important for stroke patients to restore the impaired function. In clinical practice, it has been found that many patients are not aware of the reason when doing rehabilitation exercises, which leads to poor rehabilitation effects. On the premise of carefully following the doctor’s advice, we have summarized the following points for stroke rehabilitation:


Depending on your condition, should begin as soon as possible. The principle of rehabilitation treatment is "early, correct, and persistent". The sooner patients can start the rehab exercises, the sooner they can return to full activity.


Ensure the accuracy of rehabilitation actions. Every time you learn an action, you must first understand its specific content, function and correct method. Every time you practice a action during the rehabilitation process, you must have the correct posture, so that you can get twice the result with half the effort.


Specific track of rehabilitation process. Intermittent exercise cannot establish normal movements and reactions. Only in accordance with the rehabilitation plan and ensuring the training time and intensity can the dysfunction be improved as soon as possible. Analyze the data, find out the best method.


Pay attention to gradual progress. Prevent sprained muscles and bones, lacerated muscles and ligaments, etc. In addition, rehabilitation exercises consume the energy of the human body and must be carried out step by step according to the patient's physical fitness.


Review regularly. Rehabilitation training should be combined with treatment. Necessary monitoring and treatment should be carried out at the same time for basic diseases such as hypertension, coronary heart disease, and diabetes.


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