What To Do After a Stroke: IMPORTANT
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all right today we’re going to talk about 7 things to do after someone experiences a stroke now what happens when you get a stroke is you get hypoxia so you have a blood clot in the brain and you start killing neurons so you damaged brain tissue so you have this lowered amount of oxygen that then causes the brain tissue the brain tissue is very sensitive to oxygen and it does not survive without oxygen in fact your brain only represents 2 percent of the tissue in your body but it uses 20% of the oxygen so you need oxygen to keep the brain going so what do you do for a stroke well the question is well how do you increase oxygen in the brain that’s what you need to focus on the single most important thing that I would recommend and to do this as quickly as possible is to do hyperbaric oxygen therapy because what they do is they combine pure oxygen well it’s probably like 99.5% oxygen under pressure so it pushes all this oxygen through your lungs up into the into the blood up into the brain so it can really help heal the damage after a stroke so this would be number one number two ketones now why do ketones help the brain well they actually give you more oxygen glucose does not give you as much oxygen as ketones and ketones are wonderful on providing an alternative fuel for especially a damaged brain now how do you do that exogenous ketones you can get these as supplements called ketone salts and I would consume these through the day so even if the person doesn’t change a diet which we recommend they do and they have higher glucose if there’s ketones in the blood because you took this the brain will use the ketones over the glucose MCT oil can also give you ketones going on a low-carb diet can give you more ketones and in a minute fasting can spike your ketone levels so all of these are essential if you had a stroke the worst thing to do is stick with the standard American diet and snack okay that would be the worst thing you can do DHA is also very important this is an omega-3 fatty acid and your brain needs that as a part of its structure this has been shown to help improve a damaged brain so I would consume a good amount of it vitamin D can help repair a damaged brain lots of exercise will flood the body in the brain with o2 and I would definitely want to include long walks low stress lots of oxygen very very important now there’s something else that you may want to consider it is called acute intermittent hypoxia now this is interesting because you’re basically creating a hypoxic state with a very short period of time and then you’re increasing oxygen back and forth because anytime you’re taking away oxygen on a very short-term basis and then putting it back in you’re creating what’s called a hormetic effect so you’re causing a stimulation of certain genes that increase the growth of brain tissue so the key the term is intermittent okay not a chronic state where you’re cutting down the oxygen but just a little bit I mean there’s certain people that train under hypoxic conditions when they’re training in high altitudes for example that then can strengthen their their circulation and their endurance yet there’s some great data on this in relationship to people who had strokes up and a link down below and the last thing is whole about M&C complex now normally vitamin C comes as a synthetic fraction of the entire complex but the entire vitamin C complex that has all the factors can help strengthen the blood vessels to prevent a stroke in the future especially when you’re dealing with aneurysms and weaknesses within the blood vessel itself all right there you have it the seven things that a person should do after they experience a stroke so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications
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0:08 What happens when you have a stroke?
0:40 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
2:33 Vitamin D
2:38 Lots of exercise
2:50 Acute Intermittent hypoxia
3:45 Whole vitamin C
In this video, I talk about what to do after a stroke. Now, it’s vital to do these things to help restore brain function and prevent more damage.
When you have a stroke, it causes something called hypoxia. This is a situation where you have low oxygen in the brain and damaged brain tissue. The brain needs a lot of oxygen. Although the brain only makes up 2% of body tissue, it uses 20% of your oxygen.
What you need to do is focus on increasing oxygen in the brain. To restore oxygen to the brain after a stroke, do these 7 things:
1. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy – This forces pure oxygen into the body. I recommend doing this right away.
2. Ketones – A keto diet and intermittent fasting will increase ketones and give your brain more oxygen.
3. DHA – This is an Omega-3 fatty acid that can help improve a damaged brain.
4. Vitamin D – This powerful vitamin can help a damaged brain.
5. Lots of exercise – Excercise helps flood the body and brain with oxygen.
6. Acute Intermittent hypoxia – This creates a hormetic effect that can stimulate certain genes to increase the growth of brain tissue.
7. Whole vitamin C – The whole complex of vitamin C can help strengthen blood vessels and prevent future strokes.
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