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Stroke

As Part of Your Stroke Treatment Program, The Helpful Hand™ Can Alleviate Many of Your Stroke Symptoms.

Stroke Symptoms
These stroke symptoms usually strike suddenly:

  • Numbness, weakness, or paralysis of the face, arm, or leg
  • Difficulty speaking or understanding speech
  • Blurred, decreased, or double vision
  • Dizziness, loss of balance, loss of coordination
  • Severe headache, especially if accompanied by a stiff neck, facial pain, or pain between the eyes

The only possible warning sign that stroke might be coming is a transient ischemic attack (TIA), in which the patient experiences some of the early effects of a stroke for up to an hour. As one in three people who suffer a TIA eventually have a stroke, it is crucial to see a doctor as soon as possible after a TIA.

Causes of A Stroke
There are two types of stroke: in one case the brain suddenly receives too little blood (an ischemic stroke) and in the other it receives too much (hemorrhagic). About 80% are ischemic, caused by clots or other particles blocking arteries that supply blood to the brain. As brain cells are deprived of oxygen and nutrients, they may begin to die within minutes.

(Source: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/stroke)

Because of the damage it can do throughout the body, a Stroke can severely weaken or even disable entire areas of the body. Hand and wrist function are often lost or diminished, usually on one side of the body, and the resulting change in lifestyle can be devastating: The patient suddenly may need assistance just to eat, groom, dress, bathe, work, or enjoy leisure activities.

If you or a loved one is struggling with any of these stroke burdens, the Helpful Hand™ can make a world of difference. Whatever you need to grasp or hold manually, The Helpful Hand™ does most of the work for you. Even if you have very little wrist or hand strength left after a stroke, you may be able to do many familiar tasks with a minimum of fatigue—if you wear The Helpful Hand™. Here’s why:

  • It provides a superior level of support to your weakened wrist, and
  • It enables you to grasp and hold many objects with far less effort

Chances are your weakened wrist/hand(s) tends to fatigue more easily with use. But with The Helpful Hand™ allowing you to rest your weakened wrist(s), you may be able to use your hands for a longer period with less weakness in the wrists.

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What makes The Helpful Hand™ so different from other braces? First, it’s made of top-quality materials you won’t find in most braces. But the real news is its patented support system, a feature that:

  • pulls your thumb and first two fingers together
  • includes a sturdy, adjustable strap that acts almost like an extra finger

As a result, The Helpful Hand™ enables you to grasp and hold dozens of everyday objects—utensils, tools, combs, toothbrushes, sports equipment and more—with far less effort. And that means far less fatigue and better control of your hands, giving you more independence. It’s not just a breakthrough in relieving symptoms of a stroke. It’s a true aid to daily living.

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The Helpful Hand Supports & Immobilizes Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Improves Function of Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Reduces Fatigue in Hand / Wrist / Thumb, Minimizes Pain, Increases Personal Independence, Accelerates Healing

Stroke Treatment: What You Should Know
The best defense against a stroke is a healthy lifestyle, involving many familiar pieces of advice:

  • Lower your blood pressure
  • Reduce your cholesterol and saturated fat intake
  • Quit smoking
  • Control your diabetes
  • Stay at a healthy weight
  • Exercise regularly
  • Manage your stress
  • Eat healthy, drink alcohol only moderately

When a stroke hits, the “right” stroke treatment depends on which type of stroke it is (ischemic or hemorrhagic) and other factors. Clot-busting medications and surgery are the most common treatments. Once a patient has recovered from the stroke, it is important for him/her to follow the doctor’s instructions to minimize the chance of another stroke.

(Source: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/stroke/DS00150/DSECTION=7)

It’s available only from this web site (or a select few retailers), and comes with this money-back guarantee: Try The Helpful Hand™ for 30 days, and if you are not 100% satisfied with it, return it to us for a full refund.



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A great stroke treatment for regaining lost handwriting skill
A great stroke treatment for regaining lost  handwriting skill


Return to independence with personal grooming after severe hand weakness, a symptom of stroke
Return to independence with personal grooming after severe hand weakness, a symptom of stroke


Return to leisure activities after stroke
Return to leisure activities after stroke


What Is the "Tripod Pinch"? Why should you care?
To perform dozens of daily tasks, you must be able to grasp objects with your thumb, index finger and middle finger-a skill known as the 'tripod pinch.' The Helpful Hand™ is the only brace on the market today that helps you do it.
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