What is a Treatment for Stroke

So, What is a Treatment for Stroke?

Good Question? Though, before we get into a treatment for stroke, let’s identify some risk factors of stroke; define the different types of strokes, along with their causes and symptoms, as well as some complications of this disease.


Stroke risk can be increased by many factors. Potentially treatable stroke factors include:

Medical Risk Factors

  •  Personal or family history of stroke, heart attack or transient ischemic attack.
  • Personal or family history of stroke, heart attack or transient ischemic attack.
  • Cigarette smoking or exposure to second hand smoke
  • High Blood pressure – reading higher than 120/80 mm Hg
  • Diabetes
  • High cholesterol
  • Cardiovascular disease including heart defects, heart failure, abnormal heart rhythum or heart infection
  • Obstructive sleep apnea

Lifestyle risk factors

  • Being obese or overweight
  • Physical inactivity
  • Binge or Heavy drinking
  • Use of illicit drugs (such as methamphetamines and cocaine

Other factors include

  • Hormone: Use of birth hormone therapies or birth control pills that include estrogen, along with high levels of estrogen from childbirth and pregnancy.
  • Race: African-Americans have a higher risk of stroke than people of other races
  • Age: People age 55 or older have a higher risk of stroke than younger people
  • Sex: Men are of higher risk of stroke than women. Older women are at higher risk than younger women; and, they are more likely to die of strokes than are men.


Hemorrhagic stroke: when a weakened blood vessel ruptures, this type of stroke occurs; and, normally occurs as a result of a arteriovenous malformation or an aneurysms.

Transient ischemic attacks: after blood flow fails to reach part of the brain, this type of stroke occurs. However, symptoms cease when normal blood flow resumes after a short amount of time.

Ischemic stroke—This is the most common type of stroke; where, a blood clot prevents oxygen and blood from reaching the brain.


Generally, when a blood vessel is blocked by a clot or bursts, the blood supply to the brain is interrupted, hence causing a stroke. The supply of nutrients and oxygen are cut off; thereby, causing damage to the brain tissue where the brain cells begin to die.


The most common type of hemorrhagic stroke is an Intracerebral hemorrhage. This occurs after an artery in the brain bursts and brain tissue becomes flooded with blood.

More on Hemorrhagic strokes:

When arteries in the brain either burst or leak, a Hemorrhagic strokes occurs.

This puts pressure on brain cells and damages them. It also reduces the blood supply to the brain tissue after the hemorrhage. Blood vessels can then burst and spill blood near the surface of the brain, sending blood into the space between the skull and the brain. or into the brain. The rupture can be caused by conditions including trauma, blood thinning medications, hypertension and aneurysms.

Transient ischemic attac
ks: TIAs are different from the other types because the flow of blood to the brain is interrupted only briefly. TIAs are often caused by other clots or blood clots; thus, they are very similar to ischemic strokes. They too are regarded as medical emergencies , even if their symptoms and blockage of the artery are temporary. They indicate that there is a clot source in the heart and partially blocked artery and should serve as warning signs for future strokes.

Ischemic stroke: This type of stroke consist of narrowing of the arteries leading to the brain; followed by blockages  to the brain resulting in ischemia (severely reduced blood flow that damages brain cells). Blood clots often cause these blockages, which can form in the brain arteries. Before being swept through the bloodstream and into narrower arteries in the brain, they can occur in other blood vessels in the body. Too, fatty deposits in the arteries (called plaque) can cause clots that result in ischemia.


Without warning, symptoms of a stroke can often appear.

Main stroke symptoms include:

  • Confusion (trouble understanding and speaking)
  •  Headache (possibly with vomiting or altered consciousness)
  • Inability to move parts of the face, arm, or leg, and numbness, particularly on one side of the body.0
  • Vision impaired (in one or both eyes)
  • Walking impaired (including dizziness and lack of coordination).

Depending upon how quickly a stroke is diagnosed and treated, an individual can experience permanent or temporary disabilities after a stroke. In turn, leading to long term health problems.

In addition to the problems listed above, individuals may also experience the following:

  • So Depression
  • Bowel or bladder control problems
  • Weakness or paralysis on one or both sides of the body
  • Pain in the feet and hands that gets worse with temperature changes and movement
  • Trouble expressing or controlling emotions

Symptoms may vary and range in severity

What is F.A.S.T.?

F.A.S.T. is an acronym used to identify the onset of a stroke and to remember the signs of stroke. These acronyms stand for:

Face dropping—does one side of the face droop when the person tries to smile?

Arm weakness—does one arm drift downward when the person tries to raise both their arms?

Speech difficulty—is their speech strange or slurred when the person tries to speak?

Time to call—emergency services

Complications May Include:

As mentioned above (and worth repeating) a stroke can sometimes cause permanent or temporary disabilities, depending on how long the brain lacks oxygen and blood flow and which part was affected by the stroke.

Loss of muscle movementParalysis or lose control of certain muscles on one side of the body (i.e. those on one side of face or one arm, and or one leg).

Difficulty swallowing or talking—A stroke can affect control of the muscles in throat and mouth, making it difficult to eat, swallow or talk clearly. Difficulty understanding and or speaking, writing, or reading.

Difficulties thinking and Memory loss—Many may have difficulty thinking, and may experience some memory loss. Others have trouble reasoning, making judgments and understanding concepts.

Emotional problems—Many people may develop depression; or may have difficulty controlling emotions

Pain—numbness, pain, or other strange sensations may occur in the parts of the body affected by stroke. Sensitivity to temperature changes, especially extreme cold, may occur after a stroke. These complications are known as central pain syndrome or stroke pain. This condition usually develops several weeks after a stroke, and may improve over time.

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Changes in self care and behavior abilities may occur—may become less social, more withdrawn, or more impulsive. They may need help with daily chores and grooming.

Along with medicines physical therapy may help  people who’ve had stroke return to activities affected by paralysis, such as eating, dressing and walking.

Speech therapy may help along with medicines; which now leads us to an answer to the subject question:

What is a Treatment for Stroke?


Today, homeopathy is being practiced all over the world and is a rapidly growing industry with a holistic approach to remedy or treat acute strokes and other illnesses. Its strength lies in its evident effectiveness to bring balance and ease to the body, mind, spirit, and emotions so that the whole being functions smoothly and the natural state of the body is regenerated to one of good health; thereby, bringing stability to the whole immune system. When cerebral stroke is concerned there are many effective homeopathy medicines available though, the selection depends upon the individuality of the patient, considering physical and mental symptoms. Here are 15 Homeopathic Medicines to treat strokes:

ACONITUM NAPELLUSf 3X—Aconite is a stroke treatment considered in the initial stage of a stroke; when the hemorrahage has just happened. It may be due to emotional fright or shock. The person is tossing about and feels restlessness. Great anxiety of body and mind exist. Congestive headaches occur. The face becomes red. Hot bursting and heavy sensation in the head. Pulse is hard,  fast, full, bounding and tense. Palpitation with anxiety. Cold feet and hot hands. Tingling and numbness in feet and hands, especially left arm. Vertigo, worse on rising. Burning, dry mouth with tingling and numbness.

OPIUM 1000—is a stroke treatment considered and indicated where the person’s  pupils are dilated, jaws dropped,  becomes collapsed, one sided paralysis.  and hot sweat. There is oppressed breathing, slow and labored pulse, dusky red face and coma.

NUX VOMICA 30—is a stroke treatment considered and suitable for individual who has indulged in liquors and wines. May occur after a heavy meal. It is best adapted to a person of, sanguine, bilious or irritable and nervous temperament. Threatened brain hemorrhage with headache, giddiness, and fullness of head.  As a complementary medicine to Opium, It is used for completing the cure.

LAUROCERASUS 30—is a stroke treatment considered where the stroke occurred suddenly without warning, with convulsions of the facial muscles, cold moist skin, and palpitation. Sudden loss of speech, cough, and suffocation.

PITUITRINUM 3X—is a stroke treatment considered helpful in the absorption of blood clots. It is affective for arresting the hemorrhage.

ARNICA MONTANA 30is a stroke treatment considered and indicated in the hemorrhagic stage as well. Tendency to low fever and hemorrhage. Complaints due to injury—Deathly coldness in forearm.

BEALLADONNA 1000—is a stroke treatment considered for where there’s  severe congestion and headache, face flushed and hot. Eyes are staring and wide. Hammering and throbbing headache, especially in temples, which worsens from light, motion, noise and lying down, better when laying the hand on head and bending head backwards. Pulse full and rapid. Throbbing pain deep in eyes and eyes are staring and dilated.

CROTALUS HORRIDUS 30—is a stroke treatment considered best for paralysis from stroke , especially right side. Hands are swollen and tremble. Cannot keep legs still. Lower limbs go to sleep easily. The patient is loquacious with a desire to escape. Mumbles, muttering, stumbles and  jumbles, over his words, tremens. They are cross, irritable, and agitated.

CAUSTICUM  200—is a stroke treatment considered effective for paralysis after stroke. Paralysis on the right direction side, paralysis of single parts (such as paralysis of the bladder, rectum, and other extremities). Numbness of the feet and hands. Paralysis of the muscles of speech.

BARYTA CARBONICUM 30–is a stroke treatment considered effective for stroke symptoms especially in elderly. It is indicated for both mental and physical fatigue and weakness following a stroke. The individual experiences dementia and senile with increasing difficulty and weakness in concentrating. There is a sensation as if the brain is loose. Childish behavior. Shy towards strangers. Has a tendency to easily catch cold. In many parts of the body, they experience burning pain. Blood vessels are degenerate and soften, so rupture easily. Tendency toward aneurysms.

GELSEMIUM SEMPERVENSIS 30—is a stroke treatment considered and indicated for stroke symptoms with weakness, numbness, trembling and with lost the ability to speak. The individual experiences dullness, drowsiness and dizziness. Paralysis of various groups of  muscles of the esophagus, bladder, rectum, the eye, etc. Deep pain in muscles the hips, back, and lower extremities. Muscles cannot obey the will. Lack of muscular coordination.

LACHESIS 200—is a stroke treatment considered for person with congestion and giddiness. Paralysis especially on the left side. Deep pain in the brain. They are talkative but, speech is very slow. Suffer from high blood pressure and hot flushes. Cannot tolerate anything tight anywhere. Constriction sensation, especially in the abdomen, head, and throat.

SULFONAL 30—is a stroke treatment considered for post stroke symptoms , especially for staggering gait. ataxic movements, weak legs, trembling, cold, seems too heavy. Paralysis and stiffness in both legs. Mood swings ( such as alternation hopeful states with depression, weakness and happy.

ALLIUM SATIVA Q—is a stroke treatment considered as a preventive for stroke and effective for cardiac tonic and cardiac disease. It improves circulation, makes the blood thin. It’s useful for a high level of fat in blood and hypertension.

GINKO BILOBA Qs a stroke treatment is considered as a good blood thinner.

Another remedy for the prevention of stroke. It improves the brain blood circulation and corrects memory loss due to poor blood flow.

Yes, I like to drink from the True Health Well of Homeopathy and enjoy life’s journeys stroke free with a Homeopathy approach to the treatment of Strokes. If you or someone you know would like to do the same, meet me at my page for homeopathy medicines for  strokes and start the healing process. If you have any questions about any of the symptoms of Strokes, or medicines listed above or have any feedback about strokes that you’d like to share for the treatment of Lupus, that you or someone you know have tried out or any other questions about homeopathy medicines for strokes, pleased feel  free to  leave your feedback, comments or questions below. I plan to look at all your comments and or questions and provide a response shortly. Hopefully, within 24 hours, if not sooner.  If you  just want to chat about Homeopathy (from your / my perspective), please feel free to contact me at my email below. Until then, enjoy the True Health Well experience.

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