Updated: Sep 4, 2022
Victorian Herbal is pleased to introduce our Stroke Recovery Therapy to help our customers:
A. Reduce inflammation of affected nerves, regulate their breathing and activate their Acu-Points to reduce risks of future stroke;
B. Reduce chronic pains to regain the functions of their affected nerves;
C. Extend the range of body movements back to near-normal;
D. Fortify their "Qi" or vitality needed to promote internal healing and improve blood circulation so that they can take back control of their lives.
With active participation in the therapy, a recovery of between 70% to 90% normalcy is possible.
Stroke is a dreadful disease as it reduces the quality of life for many. As such, keeping the body healthy is definitely the wiser choice.
For those who may be at risks, here are some Alternative Options that they can consider to reduce the risks of a Stroke:
ACTIVE BREATHING THERAPY:
To reduce the risks of Stroke, we strongly recommend this Cardio-Intense therapy to fortify the body's Internal Vitality or Qi needed to boost the Cardio, Respiratory, Digestive and overall Nerves, Organs & Muscle Health from within.
PTB GREEN TEA:
Taking this supplement from our range of Premium Tonic Brew "PTB" can help to reduce plague build-up and boost the overall health of the arteries and blood vessels.
To reduce the risks of blood clots or damage to arteries, blood vessels and organs when experiencing high or erratic blood pressure, this supplement acts as an Organic Anticoagulant that reduces the thickness of the blood. For best result, drink plenty of water when using this supplement to try and keep Stroke at bay.
PTB RED SAGE:
To help recovery from Viral Infections like Dengue or Covid-19, this supplement will help to increase the White Blood Count needed to fortify our Immune System, reduce risks of Blood Clots and improve our overall Cardio & Circulatory Health.
Learn More About Strokes:
When a person suffers from a stroke, they basically suffer from a disruption of blood flow and oxygen to the brain.
If it is caused by a blocked artery, it is called Ischemic Stroke while a stroke that is caused by a leaking or bursting of a blood vessel is known as Hemorrhagic Stroke.
As brain cells are damaged when blood flow and oxygen into the brain are disrupted, this will in turn affects the connecting nerves to other parts of the body and affect the functions of the brain, vision, face, vocal chord, neck, shoulders, waist and lower body functions.
Transient Ischemic Attack or TIA is known as Pre-Stroke or Mini Stroke. Unlike a full blown stroke, a TIA does not cause serious permanent damage but serves as a warning of more serious strokes to come.
As burst or blocked arteries or blood vessels do not happen overnight, our body will give us warning of an impending stroke about a week to a month before it occurs.
• Sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arm, or leg, especially on one side of the body;
• Sudden confusion, trouble speaking, or difficulty understanding speech;
• Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes;
• Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or lack of co-ordination;
• Sudden severe headache with no known cause;
If you think you or anyone may be having a stroke, act F.A.S.T. and do the following simple test:
F [Face]: Ask the person to smile and see if one side of the face droop;
A [Arms]: Ask the person to raise both arms and see if any one of the arm drift downward;
S [Speech]: Ask the person to repeat a simple phrase to see if they slurred or sound strange;
T [Time]: If you see any of these signs, seek immediate emergency or medical help;
Systolic & Diastolic Blood Pressures:
It is good to monitor your blood pressure and heart rate regularly.
Systolic blood pressure is the pressure created by the force of blood pushing against the walls of blood arteries as it is pumped by the heart while the Diastolic blood pressure is the pressure in your arteries when your heart rests between beats.
Blood pressure readings generally shows a higher value number (Systolic) against a lower value number (Diastolic) and also the heart rate.
The World Health Organization "WHO" guidelines on optimal blood pressure is readings of less than 120/80 mmHg, while normal blood pressure is classed as less than 130/85 mmHg.
Readings of 140/90 mmHg or higher is considered Stage 2 Hypertension while readings above 180/120 mmHg are considered Stroke-Level Risk and require immediate medical attention.
Normal heart rates at rest for children (ages 6-15) is between 70 to 100 beats per minute (bpm) while anyone above the age of 18 and over, their heart rates should be between 60 to 100 bpm.
A heart rate that is consistently above 110 bpm is known as Tachycardia and it is best to seek urgent medical attention.
Time to take your health seriously as Stroke is indeed a dreadful disease. Even when stricken with Strokes, you can still take back control of your life with Victorian Herbal.
Stop suffering needlessly and talk to us about it...
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