Jun 23
sisteroma
sisteroma , Posted on SUPPORT NETWORK Blog

I JUST JOIN

GOOD DAY PLEASE FORGIVE ME FOR THE CAPS I AM NOT YELLING I JUST CANT SEE A THING
I HAVE SOME DISAPPOINTING NEWS I HAVE NOT SERVIVE NOT YET BUT I AM GETTING THERE
 I PRESENTLY HAVE UNCONTROLEABLE BLOOD PRESSOR 
ON ALL THESE DIFFERENT TYPES OF MEDICATIONS NONE SEEM TO WORK
HAVE ECO, CARDO DR THE WORKS DONT KNOW WHAT WILL HAPPEN
I AM ALSO A LUPUS PATIENT 
I HOPE I AM STILL WELCOME THANKS
  • Stroke Of  Good Lluck
    Stroke Of Good Lluck,
    Whoever you are, welcome to the special world of survivors. And you are a survivor, if you so will it. Medicine, Doctors, medical people will help you, assist and partner in your recovery, but it's up to you, your work and your belief and being, strong and purposeful in mind and body and the work that is going to make it happen. Hope and the will to make it work. Dick Burns astrokeofgoodluck.com
  • AUBIE
    AUBIE,
    you are always welcome
  • Bobcat
    Bobcat,
    I want to share my stories with your reader: The call for independence after stroke! I am Author & Motivation Speaker for post-stroke recovery to help and inspire others and a Small Business Enterprise: The Power of I Believe, A book of motivation, encouragement and inspirational thoughts after a stroke, a Christian-themed book written to help stroke survivors and others touched by a disability regain their faith and strength as they recover and move forward with their lives. Though I wrote this book with stroke survivors in mind, the feedback I have received through my blog and Facebook page has shown me that The Power of I Believe is a source of inspiration for anyone who needs it. Everyone experiences doubt at some point—whether in themselves or in God—and this is especially true after a sudden and traumatic event. I know from experience. In December 2006 I experienced a sudden stroke, which left me battling aphasia. As part of my recovery, I returned to the journals I had kept for many years to find the same inspiration that had motivated me throughout my life. Through these meditations, I came to understand The Power of I Believe. Many people who have a stroke simply do not find the motivation they need during recovery. And this is not an experience unique to stroke survivors; anyone struggling with a disability, or even a difficult time in their life, can find it hard to muster the strength they need. The Power of I Believe is written for these people. The Power of I Believe means making the choice to accomplish your goals—it means having the determination to keep striving and the faith to know that you will succeed. In this book I share the thoughts and the inspirations that gave me the determination and faith to keep working to overcome my aphasia and recover from my stroke. My reflections focus on the power of God, the power of faith, and the power of the mind. Through these inspirational words and thoughts and through my faith, I found the personal strength preserve. I am now back riding my bike, playing golf, swimming, and going to the fitness center. While most books for stroke survivors focus on specific exercises and tasks that will help a survivor to recover and regain functioning, The Power of I Believe is focused on instilling the strength and faith necessary during the recovery process. www.robertleefields.com/
  • AHAASAKatie
    AHAASAKatie,
    Welcome! We are glad you are here and hope that you find the Support Network a place of inspiration. Best Katie
  • BevPohlit
    BevPohlit,
    Of course you're welcome with open arms. The first thing I would highly recommend is that you look closely at your diet. Make sure that you get rid of Salt in your diet, as well is processed foods. Heart disease is the #1 killer of women, even more than all cancers combined. If you don't already, I highly recommend exercise. Even if you walk 1/2 hr every day is a start. If your on FaceBook, check out the page called #GoRedGetFit and join other women like you and me. I hope I helped a little, I wish you the very best! ❤️❤️❤️
  • jthomas0624
    jthomas0624,
    Good morning Sisteroma, I want to tell you that you are welcome to tell your story it just may help someone who is suffering from the same thing you are so don't think you are not welcome, I also want to tell you that you are surviving, your disease has not taken you away from this Earth God is still working on you to get you well so stay strong. My sister I truly believe every set back we go through in life whether health or financial, to homeless or jobless is a setup for a major blessing so keep the faith and be prepared for your blessing.
  • Layla8
    Layla8,
    Welcome! I truly hope your Doctors can find a medication to help you. Don't give up!
  • 1231bookworm
    1231bookworm,
    I wish you the best of luck in your treatment. You have to watch salt intake. Look at labels when buying groceries. There is so much hidden salt in processed food nowadays. Drink lots of water to flush it out. No more than 2300 mg daily. That's about a teaspoon. You'll be surprised at how much is in the places you don't think to look.
  • 35yr old female
    35yr old female,
    Exercise has really helped bring my BP down. Even if it's a 15 minute walk a day it does wonders. Hope you feel better. Lots of love, xxx
  • Bevrly
    Bevrly,
    I hope your doctor finds medications that will help bring your blood pressure down. I had high blood pressure so I joined the YMCA and got in their Fitness program. I now work out on 8 machines and do the Aqua Zumba for 1 hour three days a week. I am 85 and still mow my lawn and do all of the bush trimming plus my housework. I have almost an acre to mow. I feel more like I am 60 than 85. I think the exercise helps a lot. Maybe you can find a support group for heart patients. Praying for you. Beverly
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