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Coronavirus crisis – 3 things you can do at home to stop stroke-related muscle loss

Staying home during the coronavirus crisis is the right thing to do. We all need to heed the advice of medical experts and limit our social contact. Unfortunately, for most of us, this means we’re less active than usual. The problem is, the less active we are, the more likely it is that we lose…

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The coronavirus crisis – how stroke patients can stay fit at home with high-intensity interval training (HIIT)

Stroke patients are facing a new situation in the midst of the coronavirus crisis. And because many of them are in a high-risk population, they need to be practicing social distancing these days. That means therapy and doctor’s appointments might be canceled. But just because they can’t make it to their appointments, doesn’t mean that…

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Stay fit during the corona crisis – stroke therapy at home can be just as effective as training in a clinic

Coronavirus has you staying at home — therapy is still a must! The coronavirus crisis is keeping us all at home, which means it’s harder to stay fit. That’s why we need to prioritize our health and our therapy. Being home-bound doesn’t have to get in the way of your stroke recovery. Even though the…

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