Strokes and Left Hemisphere Paresis Can Be Helped With NeuroCranial Restructuring

Strokes and Left Hemisphere Paresis Can Be Helped With NeuroCranial Restructuring

With conditions like stroke (cerebrovascular accidents), excessive blood clotting (thrombosis) or left hemisphere paresis, my initial impulse is to treat the cause of the condition. Strokes create brain damage and are caused by bursting blood vessels or excessive blood clots blocking the arteries in the brain.

So, some strokes are caused by thrombosis. Thrombosis is improved through regular exercise and oral administration of fish oils and gingko. Controlling blood pressure and maintaining strong blood vessel walls through the use of gingko prevent the other kind of stroke.

For this, flavonoids like green tea and bilberry are my choice besides maintaining a low animal fat, adequate protein diet with low levels of simple carbohydrates. (Left hemisphere paresis is a stroke-like condition of unknown origin, so I don’t know how to treat this nutritionally.) Manipulation should make no difference in the blood’s clotting activity, and I have seen no benefit from NeuroCranial Restructuring.

But some of the effects of the stroke and left hemisphere paresis could be mechanical, rather than permanent damage to the brain. In this situation, NeuroCranial Restructuring should be helpful, and it is. Persons who have suffered strokes generally improve their brain functions with NeuroCranial Restructuring. I have never seen a patient with left hemisphere paresis.