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Anxiety After A Stroke


anx·i·e·ty /aNGˈzīədē/ noun

(1): apprehensive uneasiness or nervousness usually over an impending or anticipated ill : a state of being anxious

(2)medical: an abnormal and overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear often marked by physical signs (such as tension, sweating, and increased pulse rate), by doubt concerning the reality and nature of the threat, and by self-doubt about one’s capacity to cope with it

b: mentally distressing concern or interest


“Anxiety after stroke is both a mental and physical condition. The prior tips will mostly help alleviate mental anxiety. Now let’s discuss how to handle physical anxiety.

On a bodily level, anxiety can cause your breath to become shortened and heart rate to quicken. These biological responses to anxiety will make you even more anxious, but there’s something you can do right now to help.

Breathe deep.

Stop what you’re doing, calm your thoughts, and turn your focus inward.”




$2 Dollar of Giving!!

Today is the first day of our $2 of Giving Campaign

During the next 6 months, we are asking for support to raise the funds to ultimately get our non-profit status as a foundation so we can further our alternative stroke recovery  initiate, education, and resources for stroke survivors and caregivers

Donate or purchase something from Trazana’s Natural Essentials.

 $2 of every purchase will be donated to the

Trazana A. Staples Alternative Stroke Recovery Fund


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Trazana A. Staples Alternative Stroke Recovery Fund

Your generous donation will continue to help build the fund for alternative recovery education and resources to help stroke survivors.

What better time to give and help generate resources and education for stroke recovery during this holiday season?

Your donation will help us to get closer to building this fund and ultimately a foundation.

Thank you very much for your generous support!


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