Optimism after a stroke could ward off life-changing disability by slashing brain inflammation – Daily Mail

In a three-month study of 49 stroke survivors, researchers from The University of Texas said that post-stroke brain inflammation decreased as positivisty increased. (Stock image)

Being optimistic after a stroke could ward off long-term disability by reducing inflammation of the brain, scientists claim

Stroke survivors with a positive mindset can speed up the recovery from their illness and face less complications such as paralysis.

Brain swelling, referred to as cerebral edema, is one of the immediate short-term perils for someone who has just suffered a stroke.

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