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Ayurvedic Stroke Rehabilitation and Management


Our supportive Ayurvedic stroke rehabilitation and management therapy in Singapore focuses on reviving lost functions, improving overall health, and enhancing your quality of life. Discover effective Ayurvedic therapies and practices that aid in the recuperation and recovery from stroke-related conditions.

Recognizing the Signs of Stroke

Identifying the signs and symptoms of a stroke is crucial for immediate action and potentially preventing brain damage. Look out for the following symptoms:

1. Sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arms, or legs, especially on one side of the body
2. Confusion, difficulty speaking, or trouble understanding speech
3. Difficulty seeing in one or both eyes
4. Trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance, or lack of coordination
5. Severe headache without a known cause

Understanding Stroke Recovery in Ayurveda

Supportive stroke recovery practices in Ayurveda aims to restore lost abilities caused by a stroke, helping you regain independence and improve your well-being. While the severity of stroke complications and recovery potential may vary, research shows that individuals who participate in Ayurvedic stroke therapy programs tend to perform better compared to those who do not.

Each person’s stroke recovery journey is unique, making it challenging to predict the exact skills and pace of recovery. Successful stroke rehabilitation depends on various factors, including the severity of the stroke, cognitive and physical consequences, motivation, mood, social support, and the expertise of the stroke rehabilitation team.

Benefits of Ayurvedic Stroke Rehabilitation Therapy

In the weeks and months following a stroke, the recovery rate is typically higher. However, evidence suggests that even after 12 to 18 months, performance improvements can still occur. At Ayurlife, our Ayurvedic stroke recovery therapy provides numerous benefits, including:

1. Improved mobility and flexibility
2. Increased strength and coordination
3. Enhanced mood and mental faculties
4. Support for associated conditions
5. Regeneration of brain cells and overall health improvement

Our Approach to Ayurvedic Stroke Rehabilitation and Management

At Ayurlife, we provide safe and supportive Ayurvedic therapy for stroke rehabilitation and management. Our comprehensive approach encompasses exercises, diet modifications, and stimulating therapies that aim to strengthen muscles, regenerate brain cells, and improve overall health.

Experience the power of Ayurveda with our range of specialized therapies, including:

1. Abhyanga (therapeutic massage)
2. Swedena (herbal steam therapy)
3. Nasyam (nasal administration of herbal oils)
4. Virechanam (therapeutic purgation)
5. Shiro Vasti (medicated oil therapy for the head)
6. Sarvanga Dhara (Pizhichil) (streaming of medicated oil over the body)
7. Pichu (local application of medicated oils)
8. Njavarakizhi (massage with rice-filled boluses)
9. Vasti (therapeutic enema)

Please note that the duration of therapy varies for each individual depending on the severity of the condition.

Start Your Ayurvedic Stroke Rehabilitation Journey Today

Embark on a transformative journey towards stroke recovery and management with Ayurlife. Our Ayurvedic therapies and holistic approach can assist you regain lost functions, improving your overall well-being, and enhancing your quality of life. Contact us now to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a healthier future.

Disclaimer: Ayurvedic Stroke Rehabilitation and Management therapies or procedures provided by Ayurlife are non-medical, non-invasive, and non-dental services. The Ayurvedic therapeutic protocols are advised strictly after consultation with our senior consultant Dr. Lakshmi J Nair, BAMS, Government College of Ayurveda in Trivandrum, Kerala. Dr. Lakshmi J Nair, is a qualified Ayurvedic consultant with a Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), awarded by Kerala University, Kerala, India – a non-medical and non-dental qualification.