After-Effects of a Stroke

Are there after-effects of a stroke?

Some people who survive a stroke may suffer some physical or mental disabilities afterward. A stroke can damage the brain, making it difficult to manage normal daily activities. Rehabilitation after a stroke can help the brain recover and stroke survivors cope with the aftermath of a stroke.

Potential issues for stroke victims include:

  • Fatigue
  • Behavioral changes
  • Headaches
  • Memory issues
  • Speaking issues
  • Problems with coordination or movement

For more information regarding post-stroke concerns, visit the National Stroke Association website.

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