Stroke patients have to deal with various symptoms they cannot handle on their own. Weakness and/or paralysis on one or both sides of the body require them to ask for help from family members, friends, or healthcare professionals. While many wouldn’t consider palliative care in Los Angeles for stroke, hospice patients, it’s one of the most effective ways to help them cope with their current situation.
The most common symptoms faced by stroke patients include
● trouble speaking
● trouble understanding speech
● inappropriate behavior
● memory difficulties
● emotional problems
● visual issues
● loss of balance
The symptoms vary from person to person, but the difficulty in managing them remains the same, and that’s why palliative care is critical. No matter what stage of the illness you’re experiencing in Los Angeles, the palliative care team can help you manage them with medication and therapy.
Palliative care teams have specialists who can determine the longevity of symptoms caused by a stroke. If you’re facing memory problems or speech difficulties, the specialists can determine how long the symptom will last and what treatment can help you improve it over time (if that’s a possibility).
For those who experience symptoms caused by blockage, the palliative care team helps them with medication to dissolve blood clot(s) and improve the flow of blood to minimize the effect of stroke symptoms. The team also helps stroke patients improve their muscle movement that’s been affected by weakness due to the stroke.
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