Eddie Jones is a lucky man.
Not only was he able to speak normally after his stroke on the 15th of October, but since then, his biggest issue has been a mild movement impairment on his left side, reports Sport24.
Not everyone is so lucky. In fact, over 33% of stroke survivors experience some difficulty with speaking or understanding what others say after a stroke, reports stroke.org.uk. Others can’t move or eat normally for months – sometimes never regaining full control.
But Mother Nature can help…
Nature’s three secrets to stroke recovery
“Eating well after a stroke is key to recovery,” says the Cleveland Clinic.
That’s because “choosing healthy foods can help control blood pressure, body weight, reduce a person’s risk of having another stroke and may help with the demands of stroke therapy and other daily activities.”
But that’s not all food does for stroke recovery – it also provides you with essential healing vitamins and minerals like:
While the length of stroke recovery differs for every patient, you make the most progress in the first three months. Eat right and ensure your body is getting the most of these three essentials and you’ll be able to assist your body’s healing process.