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Tell us what you've found useful as an aid to your recovery (such as relaxation techniques etc.) and discuss natural diet advice/healthy living tips. This is also the forum to post in, if you need or can offer advice on Benefits that can be claimed after a SAH/Stroke
You will have all sorts of weird stuff going on! Relax, just go with it. Anything strange happen? Just tell yourself it is the brain,again. You will have residual blood in your brain (especially if a large bleed) for 2-3 months and anything can happen. You will have headaches, wanting to avoid noises and places, sleep disturbances. I think of it this way: you just sat into a 3 month rollercoaster and have just been strapped down. It is starting to move and there is nothing you can do. So just go with it! It is a very difficult time. I wish you the best. After 3 months, you will feel much better. I would love to hear your progress and will pray for you!
Glad to hear you are both doing well. It definately teaches you a lot, these experiences, don't they?? Getting back into your old routine (work, etc.) really helps things , doesnt it?? I found getting back into the drudgery of my daily schedule was very beneficial to recovery. All the best.