1/3 of individuals who survive stroke before age 50 are unable to live independently One-third of people who survive a stroke before age group 50 are unable to live independently or need advice about daily activities 10 years following their stroke, according to analyze in the American Heart Association journal Stroke vigora . About 10 % of strokes take place in 18 – and 50-year-olds. ‘Even if sufferers seem fairly well recovered regarding electric motor function, there may still be immense 'invisible' harm that leads to lack of independence,’ said Frank-Erik de Leeuw, Ph.D., senior writer of the study and associate professor of neurology at the Radboud University Nijmegen INFIRMARY in the Netherlands.
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