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Strokes Recovering From a Stroke with Helpful Mobility Aids

Press Release: January 20, 2010

There are a number of symptoms that can be linked to the build-up of a stroke. The most typical side-effect is a numbness and paralysis down one side of the body, followed by a loss of balance and disorientation. High blood pressure is another main cause of strokes and it is important to protect the flow of blood to avoid killing brain cells.

The fall-out of a stroke can lead to short-term and long-term deficiencies. In many cases stroke sufferers encounter paralysis, cognitive memory problems and difficulties with speech and language.

There are a number of lifestyle choices which can be taken to avoid and recover from a stroke. By leading a healthy lifestyle sufferers can prolong lifespan and avoid the chance of a reoccurrence.

At Collins Care we understand the mobility issues that strokes can create. As mobility specialists we seek to help sufferers return their lives to a form of normality whilst ensuring comfort and safety for more serious cases.

Recovering from a stroke at home can be made easier with a host of helpful mobility aids available from Collins Care. As dexterity and overall movement is often affected by a stroke, a household reacher can work to pick up and grab items to maintain your independence.

Keeping your mind active during recouperation is an important part of the healing process. A selection of our Leisure (http://www.collinscare.co.uk/viewcategory.php?categoryid=123) products are tailored towards stroke sufferers. Vision and spatial awareness is often affected following a stroke. Our LoVision Playing Cards provide extra large characters for easier recognition. Sufferers are still able to maintain their favourite pastimes such as drawing, with Lite-Touch Pens (http://www.collinscare.co.uk/products/Lite-Touch_Pen) that require a minimum amount of pressure to use whilst providing a comfortable hold.

At Collins Care we aim to make lives easier with a great range of home accessories, ranging from Easiturn Tap Turners to Good Grips All Purpose Scissors there are helpful mobility aids aplenty for recovering stroke sufferers.

CollinsCare.co.uk is the online mobility specialists based in Norwich. We stock hundreds of mobility products and mobility aids to help make life easier whether you have restricted movement, are disabled or elderly. Many of our mobility products help with everyday chores and include cooking, dressing and bathing mobility aids.

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For more information, please contact:

Hayley GreenHayley Green

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