Stroke to a New Chapter in Life


Posted November 28, 2014 by hardley12

Do you think that having a stroke eats up your life and leaves you like a dead log? It is a conception which is mostly popular among the society and the stroke survivors themselves.

 
28th Nov 2014, United States - There are hundreds of people who suffer from various strokes each year. Some of these strokes render them paralysed or handicapped for their whole life. But this certainly does not mean that their life is finished. To set an example, has come the author of several e-books on strokes that he himself is a victim of stroke and has gone through the pain that all stroke affected people go through. In fact he has taken upon himself to make people aware of the ways strokes can be prevented in any form and even if it cannot be prevented men and women alike can spend the rest of their lives doing something fruitful instead of cursing their lives.

The author requires software which changes his words to text as he finds it difficult to do so himself, but nevertheless this small disability has never left him disheartened. In fact, he uses software’s like “Dragon Naturally speaking “in order to give voice to his opinions and pen them down for the world to benefit from his experience written down in the form of e-books.

He further gives a notice that there are some regular health check-ups which needs to be carried out in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle and check for signs of stroke symptoms. Some of these preventive measures are controlling smoking habits, checking blood pressures, controlling alcohol consumption, keeping the cholesterol in check, regular exercises, not getting depressed and controlling diabetes or any other diseases.

The author not only comes across as an example but also an inspiration for many who are affected by stroke. In fact, he gives them hope that stroke may not be the end of one’s life but the beginning of a new chapter in one’s life which might have certain difficulties but they can be overcome through channelling one’s mind and actions into something productive from himself and the world at large.

Author bio: The author is Daniel Bryan Jones, who is himself a stroke survivor. He is also an advocate for stroke rights and an ambassador for the American Stroke Association. He writes on survival strategies and preventive measures of stroke victims.

Contact Info: http://www.eprintedbooks.com/Daniel_Jones/index.html
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Last Updated November 28, 2014