Another female senior experienced two strokes, one was over ten years that caused her dyspnea, she has difficulty in speaking words. The second stroke was three months ago after she had suffered from severe dizziness and vertigo for some weeks. While she was hospitalized, she was very weak, especially her limbs, her right arm lost strength and reduced range of motion, and labored breathing with sever dizziness.
First treatment at hospital, patient immediate reduce her dizziness which she had suffered for some weeks. Also, I taught her some self-remedies to promote recovery and prayed together to calm down her emotion. Later, she breathed a bit easier than before, her face changed from distressed to peaceful.
After a week hospitalized, she moved to rehab center. She said she kept on doing the self-remedy I told her and no dizziness any more, but she just finished physical therapy and felt very exhausted. I saw she still had a bit labored breathing and weak limbs and difficult to move. Then I gave her second treatment to promote qi and blood circulation, relax muscle and tendons. She stated she felt better and gained strength when moving limbs. Under the observation of nurse, she even walked back and forth with her hands holding on furniture or wall.