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Re: RedDahlia Nurse's Corner
« Reply #225 on: May 25, 2018, 01:12:47 pm »
Finally prevent of strokes and reoccurrence of strokes.  Life style change and being informed is the best way to prevent a stroke.


https://youtu.be/FVedgkn0o70?list=PLbKSbFnKYVY2H3ORyuAQAFKtaIStUSA8B

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Note and disclaimer: This information is for learning and education and I do not represent any medical facility or the college. I always recommend that you speak with your doctor before starting any treatments.

I think it would be a good thing if more people actually learnt how to tell if someone had them. This is very emotional for me as 1 of my Aunt's had 1 a week after seeing my other Aunt who had just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. 2 weeks after my Aunt with lung cancer died. The hospital said the stroke was caused by seeing her Sister like that. She looked well but lost her voice & couldn't breathe. It was difficult to see. A week after attending my Aunt's funeral, an old man in the café suddenly turned ill. He said he felt ill but didn't know why. Then he suddenly turned quiet. We went to see if he was o.k. but his face turned lop-sided. They sent for an ambulance but said everything else to those on the other side of the phone except his face was lop-sided. I told them to mention that but they said it wasn't important. I knew it was as it would have told them what was wrong. The paramedics asked if he was having a fit when they came. I said it looked more like a stroke to me. It turned out I was right but no one listened. He could have got treatment sooner if they did. They were all telling me except the paramedics I didn't know what I was talking about. Some apologised afterwards. Luckily he was o.k.

Here is some signs and symptoms to look for when you think someone is having a stroke. Hopefully this will help you in the future.

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« Reply #226 on: May 25, 2018, 04:02:41 pm »
Finally prevent of strokes and reoccurrence of strokes.  Life style change and being informed is the best way to prevent a stroke.


https://youtu.be/FVedgkn0o70?list=PLbKSbFnKYVY2H3ORyuAQAFKtaIStUSA8B

Thank you for watching.

Note and disclaimer: This information is for learning and education and I do not represent any medical facility or the college. I always recommend that you speak with your doctor before starting any treatments.

I think it would be a good thing if more people actually learnt how to tell if someone had them. This is very emotional for me as 1 of my Aunt's had 1 a week after seeing my other Aunt who had just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. 2 weeks after my Aunt with lung cancer died. The hospital said the stroke was caused by seeing her Sister like that. She looked well but lost her voice & couldn't breathe. It was difficult to see. A week after attending my Aunt's funeral, an old man in the café suddenly turned ill. He said he felt ill but didn't know why. Then he suddenly turned quiet. We went to see if he was o.k. but his face turned lop-sided. They sent for an ambulance but said everything else to those on the other side of the phone except his face was lop-sided. I told them to mention that but they said it wasn't important. I knew it was as it would have told them what was wrong. The paramedics asked if he was having a fit when they came. I said it looked more like a stroke to me. It turned out I was right but no one listened. He could have got treatment sooner if they did. They were all telling me except the paramedics I didn't know what I was talking about. Some apologised afterwards. Luckily he was o.k.

Here is some signs and symptoms to look for when you think someone is having a stroke. Hopefully this will help you in the future.
I know. That's what I told them but no one was listening to me. They said a lopsided face was nothing to do with a stroke. Some people didn't apologise to me when they found out I was right, they just said they were going to do a 1st aid course. Thank you very much for the extra information.

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Re: RedDahlia Nurse's Corner
« Reply #227 on: June 29, 2018, 04:34:48 am »
Finally prevent of strokes and reoccurrence of strokes.  Life style change and being informed is the best way to prevent a stroke.


https://youtu.be/FVedgkn0o70?list=PLbKSbFnKYVY2H3ORyuAQAFKtaIStUSA8B

Thank you for watching.

Note and disclaimer: This information is for learning and education and I do not represent any medical facility or the college. I always recommend that you speak with your doctor before starting any treatments.

I think it would be a good thing if more people actually learnt how to tell if someone had them. This is very emotional for me as 1 of my Aunt's had 1 a week after seeing my other Aunt who had just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. 2 weeks after my Aunt with lung cancer died. The hospital said the stroke was caused by seeing her Sister like that. She looked well but lost her voice & couldn't breathe. It was difficult to see. A week after attending my Aunt's funeral, an old man in the café suddenly turned ill. He said he felt ill but didn't know why. Then he suddenly turned quiet. We went to see if he was o.k. but his face turned lop-sided. They sent for an ambulance but said everything else to those on the other side of the phone except his face was lop-sided. I told them to mention that but they said it wasn't important. I knew it was as it would have told them what was wrong. The paramedics asked if he was having a fit when they came. I said it looked more like a stroke to me. It turned out I was right but no one listened. He could have got treatment sooner if they did. They were all telling me except the paramedics I didn't know what I was talking about. Some apologised afterwards. Luckily he was o.k.

Here is some signs and symptoms to look for when you think someone is having a stroke. Hopefully this will help you in the future.
I know. That's what I told them but no one was listening to me. They said a lopsided face was nothing to do with a stroke. Some people didn't apologise to me when they found out I was right, they just said they were going to do a 1st aid course. Thank you very much for the extra information.


Thank you both for sharing. Xxx
Such vital information xxx

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« Reply #228 on: June 29, 2018, 07:08:59 am »
Finally prevent of strokes and reoccurrence of strokes.  Life style change and being informed is the best way to prevent a stroke.


https://youtu.be/FVedgkn0o70?list=PLbKSbFnKYVY2H3ORyuAQAFKtaIStUSA8B

Thank you for watching.

Note and disclaimer: This information is for learning and education and I do not represent any medical facility or the college. I always recommend that you speak with your doctor before starting any treatments.

I think it would be a good thing if more people actually learnt how to tell if someone had them. This is very emotional for me as 1 of my Aunt's had 1 a week after seeing my other Aunt who had just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. 2 weeks after my Aunt with lung cancer died. The hospital said the stroke was caused by seeing her Sister like that. She looked well but lost her voice & couldn't breathe. It was difficult to see. A week after attending my Aunt's funeral, an old man in the café suddenly turned ill. He said he felt ill but didn't know why. Then he suddenly turned quiet. We went to see if he was o.k. but his face turned lop-sided. They sent for an ambulance but said everything else to those on the other side of the phone except his face was lop-sided. I told them to mention that but they said it wasn't important. I knew it was as it would have told them what was wrong. The paramedics asked if he was having a fit when they came. I said it looked more like a stroke to me. It turned out I was right but no one listened. He could have got treatment sooner if they did. They were all telling me except the paramedics I didn't know what I was talking about. Some apologised afterwards. Luckily he was o.k.

Here is some signs and symptoms to look for when you think someone is having a stroke. Hopefully this will help you in the future.
I know. That's what I told them but no one was listening to me. They said a lopsided face was nothing to do with a stroke. Some people didn't apologise to me when they found out I was right, they just said they were going to do a 1st aid course. Thank you very much for the extra information.


Thank you both for sharing. Xxx
Such vital information xxx
You're welcome. I agree.

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Re: RedDahlia Nurse's Corner
« Reply #229 on: July 14, 2018, 05:51:10 pm »
Finally prevent of strokes and reoccurrence of strokes.  Life style change and being informed is the best way to prevent a stroke.


https://youtu.be/FVedgkn0o70?list=PLbKSbFnKYVY2H3ORyuAQAFKtaIStUSA8B

Thank you for watching.

I'm so sorry to hear that they weren't listening. The first step to recovery is early detection and intervention. I pray he is not suffering any ill effects from others stupidity. Much love to you Ann

Note and disclaimer: This information is for learning and education and I do not represent any medical facility or the college. I always recommend that you speak with your doctor before starting any treatments.

I think it would be a good thing if more people actually learnt how to tell if someone had them. This is very emotional for me as 1 of my Aunt's had 1 a week after seeing my other Aunt who had just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. 2 weeks after my Aunt with lung cancer died. The hospital said the stroke was caused by seeing her Sister like that. She looked well but lost her voice & couldn't breathe. It was difficult to see. A week after attending my Aunt's funeral, an old man in the café suddenly turned ill. He said he felt ill but didn't know why. Then he suddenly turned quiet. We went to see if he was o.k. but his face turned lop-sided. They sent for an ambulance but said everything else to those on the other side of the phone except his face was lop-sided. I told them to mention that but they said it wasn't important. I knew it was as it would have told them what was wrong. The paramedics asked if he was having a fit when they came. I said it looked more like a stroke to me. It turned out I was right but no one listened. He could have got treatment sooner if they did. They were all telling me except the paramedics I didn't know what I was talking about. Some apologised afterwards. Luckily he was o.k.

Here is some signs and symptoms to look for when you think someone is having a stroke. Hopefully this will help you in the future.
I know. That's what I told them but no one was listening to me. They said a lopsided face was nothing to do with a stroke. Some people didn't apologise to me when they found out I was right, they just said they were going to do a 1st aid course. Thank you very much for the extra information.

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Re: RedDahlia Nurse's Corner
« Reply #230 on: July 14, 2018, 05:52:46 pm »
Finally prevent of strokes and reoccurrence of strokes.  Life style change and being informed is the best way to prevent a stroke.


https://youtu.be/FVedgkn0o70?list=PLbKSbFnKYVY2H3ORyuAQAFKtaIStUSA8B

Thank you for watching.

You're welcome Lady D

Note and disclaimer: This information is for learning and education and I do not represent any medical facility or the college. I always recommend that you speak with your doctor before starting any treatments.

I think it would be a good thing if more people actually learnt how to tell if someone had them. This is very emotional for me as 1 of my Aunt's had 1 a week after seeing my other Aunt who had just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. 2 weeks after my Aunt with lung cancer died. The hospital said the stroke was caused by seeing her Sister like that. She looked well but lost her voice & couldn't breathe. It was difficult to see. A week after attending my Aunt's funeral, an old man in the café suddenly turned ill. He said he felt ill but didn't know why. Then he suddenly turned quiet. We went to see if he was o.k. but his face turned lop-sided. They sent for an ambulance but said everything else to those on the other side of the phone except his face was lop-sided. I told them to mention that but they said it wasn't important. I knew it was as it would have told them what was wrong. The paramedics asked if he was having a fit when they came. I said it looked more like a stroke to me. It turned out I was right but no one listened. He could have got treatment sooner if they did. They were all telling me except the paramedics I didn't know what I was talking about. Some apologised afterwards. Luckily he was o.k.

Here is some signs and symptoms to look for when you think someone is having a stroke. Hopefully this will help you in the future.
I know. That's what I told them but no one was listening to me. They said a lopsided face was nothing to do with a stroke. Some people didn't apologise to me when they found out I was right, they just said they were going to do a 1st aid course. Thank you very much for the extra information.


Thank you both for sharing. Xxx
Such vital information xxx

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« Reply #231 on: July 14, 2018, 06:02:18 pm »
I apologize immensely for not being on as often a I should be. Dealing with life in general has been daunting and exciting at the same time. I have recently embarked on a journey to loose weight and get in shape. Even though I exercise every day and run a lot, I have not been able to shed the pounds that I would like.  So I have started a life style change and journey to better well being. I currently weight 138 lbs and wish to reach 120 lbs. I have started learning and implanting a Keto lifestyle and will hope that you follow me in my journey and that we will all learn what it means to fit and healthy. Even though I'm a nurse and should be a good representative of health and wellness, sometimes the hours I work and the stress of the job can bring a toll over all and I don't eat properly and am able to exercise like I would like. In the next few weeks I will be posting updates on my journey and also posting information to help others. So come along on my journey and lets see what happens! Much love and happiness to all in everything you do.

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Re: RedDahlia Nurse's Corner
« Reply #232 on: October 09, 2018, 11:54:02 am »
I apologize immensely for not being on as often a I should be. Dealing with life in general has been daunting and exciting at the same time. I have recently embarked on a journey to loose weight and get in shape. Even though I exercise every day and run a lot, I have not been able to shed the pounds that I would like.  So I have started a life style change and journey to better well being. I currently weight 138 lbs and wish to reach 120 lbs. I have started learning and implanting a Keto lifestyle and will hope that you follow me in my journey and that we will all learn what it means to fit and healthy. Even though I'm a nurse and should be a good representative of health and wellness, sometimes the hours I work and the stress of the job can bring a toll over all and I don't eat properly and am able to exercise like I would like. In the next few weeks I will be posting updates on my journey and also posting information to help others. So come along on my journey and lets see what happens! Much love and happiness to all in everything you do.


Congratulations.

Fantastic news. Please keep up updated.
Blessings.

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Re: RedDahlia Nurse's Corner
« Reply #233 on: October 09, 2018, 11:54:43 am »
https://youtu.be/LU6Oi80n5J4

Try this breathing technique. Awesome stuff
To get the body to change its alchemy.

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« Reply #234 on: October 09, 2018, 11:57:24 am »
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Energy received by doing this is amazing.

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« Reply #235 on: November 07, 2018, 03:39:25 am »
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