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Post Stroke Insomnia and Obstructive Sleep Apnea can Interfere with Rehab

Insomnia can be a Long-term Effect from Stroke A new study published May 30, 2018, in Scientific Reports, has discovered that insomnia (inability to fall asleep or remain asleep) may be a long-term effect after having experienced a stroke, especially in patients with right hemispheric stroke. This insomnia can interfere with a patient’s rehabilitation therapy…

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Speech and Language Therapy in Stroke Rehabilitation

Many People have Speech and Swallowing Problems Following a Stroke A stroke is a devastating event, as it can cause paralysis which is often on one side of the body and all kinds of other problems depending on where the brain was damaged. About a third of the people who have strokes will have difficulty…

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