What Goes On Whenever a Youthful Trainer Suffers a Stroke


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Logan made a career shift into fitness in his early 20s. Not that he was inspired to become a gym rat, but because he went through a fitness journey with his father, Rick Sr., who suffered a stroke in his 30s. Growing up, young Rick had no idea how to help his dad, who lost feeling on his left side and struggled through a grueling rehab.

What Happens When A Trainer Has A Stroke July 31, 2017 7:11pm EST. blog.myfitnesspal.com/happens-young-trainer-suffers-stroke/. Logan made a career shift into fitness in his early 20s. Not that he was inspired to become a gym rat, but because he went through a fitness journey with his father, Rick Sr., who suffered a stroke in his 30s. Growing up, young Rick had no idea how to help his dad, who lost feeling on his left side and struggled through a grueling rehab.

That’s what happened to Lauren Rushen, who suffered a stroke at 24. For 2 weeks, experts chalked up her fatigue, jaw pain, and dizziness to infections, inflammation in her jaw joint, and spinal. Stroke risk increases with age, but a stroke can happen to anyone. Learn about the early warning signs of stroke and pre-stroke symptoms you should know, even if you’re young. A stroke happens when a blood clot blocks blood flow to the brain.

This causes brain tissue to become damaged or die. A stroke, sometimes called a brain attack, occurs when something blocks blood supply to part of the brain or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts. Become a Stroke Hero Trainer! Explaining Stroke. Many people think a stroke happens in the heart, but it happens in the brain.

Our Explaining Stroke booklet explains how a stroke happens, different types of stroke and how to prevent a stroke. Download our step-by-step booklet. Continued.

Although stroke resulting from blocked arteries in the young is a relatively rare event, Albucher suggests that doctors should be especially careful in monitoring HDL cholesterol levels. For most young people, the chance of having a stroke seems like an impossibility — but there is no such thing as being too young for a stroke. It’s true that your stroke risk increases with.

A woman has revealed she suffered a stroke by tearing a major blood vessel in her neck while practising a yoga headstand. Rebecca Leigh, 40, from Gambrills, Maryland, had.

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All it can do is get another trainer if it feels that the present one does not know his job.

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The trainer informed me that my patient buddy, Charles, was paralyzed from the neck down and only able to talk and move his facial features.

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His doctor put him on a strict diet and exercise regime, which mis more of 2| bother than the stroke itself.

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The trainer will then take some action such as stomping across the room while shouting and shaking a fist.

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They can alert the trainer to difficulties being experienced by the trainees as indicated by slow progress or no progress being made.

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Then the trainer returns to the session as if this had not occurred, and starts fresh.

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If the trainer agrees to help the person

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The trainer should stay in touch with the trainee after the training process to monitor how well he is doing.

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Affected patients must be reassured that a stroke did not occur and that chances for a full recovery are good.

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  • I got out of bed one night to get myself a drink of water from my bathroom sink… The second I went to reach for the faucet, I was immediately hit with a severe headache (Not even a warning!) Immediately nauseous and started throwing up. At the same time I felt this rush of intense pain the radiated throughout my ENTIRE body! Then my fingers and left hand got tingly and numb. I laid myself down on my stomach on the bathroom floor, and my words weren’t coming out right. I could kind of talk, but the words seemed like they came out in jerks or studders… I laid there for 25-30 minutes.
    What happened to me??
    I feel as though I have been slowly deteriorating since then, when it comes to eye sight, pauses between words, memory loss, increase in anxiety and agoraphobia. I’m very jumpy and frightened easily…
    I was stupid and scared, and never got myself checked out. I know that is a huge NO NO! But I’m just here looking for a little bit of help:)

  • I was discharged in August 2019 after being in hospital for nine whole months in total. My stroke affected my left side, and my vision and my cognition were also affected. I would not have known where to start writing this, and it’s taken a while, but I’m assured it’s all good practice and will help me. (But I do apologies for any mistakes! …spelling and grammar….etc.) They say patience is a virtue, and that may actually be more true after stroke. However, I do see improvements every day. Stay strong and just talk about how you feel. I had numerous areas of my brain that were affected – I become very emotional and I cry sometimes. I was not depressed, just a little bit ‘wazed’ off with my brain.

    My journey all began back in November 2016. I had been feeling very tired for quite some time and my husband came in from work one evening to find me very drowsy and not very responsive. He called for an ambulance. Shortly after I had a seizure and then another four more on the way! I had a blood test and they found I was severally anemic, with a blood count of 23, so I needed 4 units of blood, which needed to be done very quickly as otherwise, I would not have survived. This did wonders for me and I was in hospital for around another week, then discharged with plans to do further investigations as an outpatient. After been home for around a week, I had another seizure and was taken back into the hospital. I had a few more, which led up to my first stroke on 12th December. I spent all of Christmas in hospital and was making a good recovery up until 31st December. On New Year’s Eve, I had my second stroke, which affected another area of my brain. This knocked me back, but I carried on with my recovery. I was starting to get quite down, but then my first grandchild told me about herbal remedy of one Dr Odia who was said to have cured Stroke. I was in hospital and so I had something to focus on. After a week or so I was moved home. We had to contact the Herbalist for his herbs. I was doing really well for a couple of months as I had just starting to take a couple of steps. While I was at home, I was visited by a Different Strokes volunteer as they heard I was recovering in months after taken the herbs. they where also a stroke survivor. I was inspired! So, when I was well cured, I joined the Different Strokes ‘family’ ( #dsfamily). The peer support is fantastic and I am now even involved in running the Leeds Central group! I am fully cured. I survived strokes and I’m here to tell the tale! Contact Dr Odia via email ( [email protected]).

  • Oh wow, I’ve had a a VP shunt put in my brain for hydrocephalus and had to have five revisions because of dead train tip would get pinched Westwood lock the fluid coming through it and there’d be a lot of swelling around the brain. So that I watch this video I wonder if a lot of my mental problems and memory issues and all that could we do from it being damaged back when it would swell up or the surgery could happen. What do you think?

  • I live alone and suffered many symptoms gradually that were frightening. Thankfully I never lost a limb but it led to complete mental change and many neurological problems described here.. BC of people who needed to discredit me for their own personal sadism problems, said I didn’t have one and passed that around as truth which caused immense problems on it’s own and has impeded my recovery. I am left with symptoms unseen to people who don’t care about anyone but themselves. I’m at least thankful that I survived and they have to answer to lies they tell since strokes are easily seen on imagining. I truly believe the stress others put us under can cause strokes. I hope unmerciful and selfish people find out for themselves on every account.

  • I first have numbness on my right arm. Seen a doctor and referred to a Cardio specialist. After test the specialist cant tell me what happened to me. I have since lost my vision and brain damage. I was disappointed furious that a doctor specialist cant tell me it’s a stroke.:((((((((

  • I just turned 25 July 15th I had a stroke The day after Christmas. I got put into an induced coma missed New Years I had 2 brain surgeries and was fighting pneumonia at the same time!!! It took about a day for them to realize I was having a stroke. It happened bc my artery split in my neck from being hit in it by accident. I had to relearn how to walk and use my left arm and hand I’m still re learning I use to be a lefty. I use to be very talented at basketball too. Multi talented. I practice basketball everyday. Learning to dribble and control the ball with my left had 500 dribbles everyday and I try to run everyday. My hand is nowhere near where it used to be. But the more I work on it the better it gets. I’m going to start using my left hand to do everything soon. And I wanna be one of the first to be able to get perfectly normal off a stroke recovery so we can cut the fear of not being the same out after surviving the stroke. There’s so much I wanna do and sometimes I do fear I won’t be able to be the dare devil I was before but life wouldn’t be life if I didn’t give it my all. And be one who wants to overcome anything that thinks it can defeat me. I’m getting better slow to me bc I know what I was capable of… but fast to everyone else. They call me a miracle child too. I say we all are. If your reading this and you had a stroke and survived your a miracle and you can be perfectly fine again if you just work at it and focus. Oh and she lied about the brain not healing itself because the brain has neuroplasticity look it up. Out of repetition your unaffected side will start to assist your affected side. I’ve been doing my research I hope people see this, because I’m serious about getting back to normal. I’m not going out like this. Your not either I promise you.

  • My (long since deceased) paternal grandmother had a massive stroke that made the entire right side of her body useless. She ended up living the last 23 years of her life needing around-the-clock care. My family was never truly certain if her cranky and grouchiness was the result of serious brain damage, as pre-stroke she was a positive go-lucky lady. Whenever I think of her, its scary that it is possible that can happen to me.

  • My grandma has a stroke at the minute and shes had an infection no one will probably read this or care anyway but im only 13 its really hard to think about if anyone even wants to know i will keep this comment updated


  • I just recently had several strokes and I learned that the brain can heal itself. The brain not healing is what they thought but now they have learned that it can. Knowing that helped me to walk again without a cane or walker. Get the book “Stronger After Stroke”. It’s very helpful if you or a loved is recovering from a stroke. In short, as soon as there is any kind of movement, start to increase exercise of the effected side as much as possible. Use it or lose it.

  • I’ve had extensive neurosurgeries for brain cancer, and have an increased risk of stroke from surgeries, and radiation for recurrences. How is my chance of these extreme cardiovascular events impacted by those procedures?

  • I suffered a massive stroke 2years ago it came from nowhere I was at work just walking it hit me I fell to ground and couldn’t pick myself back up, I laid on the floor for 5 hours before someone found me it’s only by the grace of god that I survived my, after 5 hours I finally received medical treatment it’s been 2 years I’m still unable to use my left arm, or walk at the moment that is all about to change very soon, my god will bring me complete restoration breakthrough in July, he will be glorified through my healing

  • ONI przekazują ” Mengele ” który ściska ci mózg i “diabłu ” z USA który “szepcze mu do ucha” i nie jest już młodym człowiekiem że tolerują wasze zbydlęcenie do pewnych granic.Gdy w choć jednej ścieżce czasu stanie się tobie nieodwracalna krzywda oboje “Mengele ” dostaną zanim to się stanie,masywnego wylewu,nie zginą tak jak ONI obiecują ale będą kalekami do końca życia. Szaleniec który robi takie rzeczy gdyby nie ICH moc zaryzykował by życie wszystkich ludzi.ONI na to nie pozwolą.

  • Came here because my mom attacked by stroke earlier 3am in the morning i hope he recovers thanks to the Lord Jesus Christ almighty our savior amen!

  • Pls tell if any1 suffer frn this my left side frm head to toe went numb and weak had less grip things were falling frm my left hand did nt feel like moving my foot did not understand the surface and wd slight trip while walking towards left. I have to walk consciously to nt trip all this lasted for 8 days checked my BP it was 180/140 was sbocked few days later it was normal. But symptoms are the same fr 1 year.

  • I’m a 28 year brain tumor survivor. An MRI showed that I had two strokes and I laughed and thought of one thing! https://youtu.be/C_OGARBe6W0

  • I had stroke when I was 14 and yes your left side is numb but I all so felt cold before hand and started shaking I think it different for everyone who has one I much better now I am 33

  • Saved my dog from a stroke with the strongest anti inflammatory in the world. Cannabis. Hes now reserved most of the effects from the stroke. This is my personal story and my dog is still here now annoying me when I russle a bag of food while eating lol. Dont put flea treatment on dogs. The heavy metals kill them and can lead to stoke or death in high enough amounts. Heavy metals are in everyone and everything. Do your own research and see

  • I wild like to know if there any specific exercises that I can under take, four years after a left sided stroke”? Thank you in advance x

  • New research shows that the brain indeed heals itself. It takes time. Cognitive issues comes back slowly and when this starts to happen, understandable language follows. This video is outdated! Don’t let insurance pin you on a corner with that “plateau” nonsense! The brain is a mystery but indeed heals with time. The areas that take longer or do not heal, well the brain works hard to reroute signals. For those with dominate left side brain impairment, RESEARCH exercises to get that right side brain working! Language and Speech are locked in the right side but since we never used that side to communicate it is latent in responding to signals. There are exercises to get those signals to connect on the right side of the brain. There are also ways to bypass damaged areas on the dominate side. Language is written, heard, spoken and seen! You need to get these senses firing on all cylinders (as in stimulate all senses related to speech and language) and it will come around. My father suffered a massive stroke 1/12/19. His only symptom was immediate vomiting followed by speech impediment. We drove him to the hospital and arrived in 10 minutes because we knew something was wrong and I was still on the phone with 911 waiting for them to dispatch when I finally got into the car to drive him myself. He was assessed at memorial Herman Katy Texas and given the shot. He was life flighted to Houston medical center within 45 minutes of arriving at the Katy location. Upon arrival he was sent in for surgery to remove the clot in the left side of his brain. Remember TIME IS BRAIN! His mobility has come back in leaps and bounds however he is a talker and has sever aphasia and apraxia. He is on antidepressants. RESEARCH the benefits of antidepressants on stoke victims!!!!!!!! Read read read and be there for your loved ones through the journey. It takes grit, patience and time! God bless

  • Who tells you that neurons can’t be regenerated? You’re out of date already.

    Real stem cell therapy is to help those endogenous MSCs (mesenchymal stem cells)
    to remove so-called inhibitory molecules so that its regenerative potentials can be
    therefore turned on and regeneration of specified cells can be achieved.

  • I had an AVM on the left side i have had one since tuesday i got misdiagnosed. Hopefully i don’t have a lot of damage. My head has been throbbing and my right arm barley wants to work. Having surgery today im scared.

  • Hello. I had two CVA’s/cerebral strokes/aneurysms in 1969. I was 5 years old. I never smoked, never drank alcohol, never took drugs in almost 50 years that it happened to me. I was 3 weeks comatose.I laughed when you said” the best case scenario for strokes, is not to have one””. I would not have thaught of that alone. At least, you’re funny! Good tape. Thanks,David

  • I recently suffered from a stroke at the age of 18. The cause is still undetermined and it’s bothering me. My blood pressure is fine and I have no other health conditions. Testing revealed my Protein C mechanism is damaged. So why did I have the stroke, what triggered it?

  • Today, the left side of my face was numb, and so was my left arm, but not as bad. I had also had a headache earlier. Then, about a half an hour ago, me left leg was kind of numb. Should I be worried?

  • I am struggling to understand this Dr narrative. My mum had a Ischemic stroke four month ago and she is recovering remarkably. Imagine, she’s 80 years old and four month ago she couldn’t move understand anything. She was paralysed on left side etc however, with four months, she can walk and move her hand pretty well. She’s still not speaking like before but she’s trying. Therefore, stroke could change ppl differently but the recovery isn’t impossible.

  • I’m a Stroke Warrior! 10 years ago, I was in a car accident which do to my seat belt rupture my neck artery releasing blood clots. My damage brain was a scene of a massive stroke. And, then, I got stubborn and strengthen and practice every repetitive movements dozen times. I took a nap. This doctor doesn’t know how it feels to be victorious over a movement. I can ride my horse over a pole. I can talk with a stranger. I can hug my daughters. This is powerful!

  • Please don’t joke with your health, eat balanced diet, do physical exercises and check on personal doctor as often as possible.
    Also familiarize yourself with the latest research projects in investigations in Universities research community.

  • I had two hemmiplegic strokes/CVA at the age of 4 and a half. I love what you are saying t 4:13 4:4:14: “we can all agree that the best way to avoid a stroke is: not smoking. You know what? at the age I had my strokes, I didn’t smoke, and don’t to this day. I allways eat healthy…but good advices anyway.

  • Chance of heart disease/problem and stroke increases by 113% if you use phone more than 4 hours a day they say….ok now I’m scared cuz i use it at least 14 hours a day and can’t stop it myself.

  • Ludzie którzy będą próbowali zrobić krzywdę twojej rodzinie w tym dzieciom,przejdą przez piekło i zostaną kalekami do końca życia. Wszyscy przeżyją,ty nie będziesz mieć na żadnego wpływu gdyż taka jest ICH wola.

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  • I am interested in helping a 50yr old stroke patient get this please, he is suffering terribly because he lacks movement in arm and can’t speak but his brain and memory is all there. He’s trapped in his own body ��