How do stroke patients exercise brains?

Stroke patients exercise brains:

Stroke patients suffer from cerebrovascular diseases, and the lesions are in the brain. Therefore, stroke patients will have varying degrees of functional impairment in sensation, memory, thinking, and other aspects. Some patients may even develop dementia. Therefore, we must strengthen self-brain training for stroke patients, allowing them to recover to the greatest extent possible.

How do stroke patients exercise brains?
How do stroke patients exercise brains?

When doing self-brain training, you first need to change your thinking methods and content. Human brain nerve cells have different physiological functions, some accepting sensory stimulation, some governing movement, and others managing language abilities. Different activities have corresponding brain cells to regulate. Therefore, changing the content of work or life every day can switch the excitement and inhibition of brain cells, reducing fatigue.

Patients with stroke can appropriately engage in learning or reading during brain exercises, constantly changing the content and methods of learning to alternate the state of excitation and inhibition of brain neurons. Patients with stroke often have varying degrees of language disorders, and the severe ones have difficulty taking care of themselves. To enhance the patient’s memory, it is necessary to strengthen the patient’s attention. Clearly assign learning tasks to the patients, encourage them to overcome learning difficulties, concentrate on a specific task or learning content, and frequently stimulate the neurons responsible for attention management to generate excitement. In this way, the neurons managing other activities will be inhibited. Therefore, strengthening attention can improve the patient’s memory function.

Clinically, stroke patients are eager to master self-brain training methods, but they have no methods. If they master a little method and see the first results, it will stimulate their interest and confidence to exercise. Strong interest can stimulate them to read books related to their disease and constantly use their brain. This functional exercise is very beneficial to the recovery of brain tissue function and the prevention of cerebrovascular dementia.

After using self-brain training methods such as “changing thinking content”, “strengthening attention” and “stimulating interest”, stroke patients can not only perceive the current therapy or recall the past perception, but also imagine the past unperceived things. These are the results of self-brain training.

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