Best tip for stroke recovery


For stroke recovery, low-level cardio exercise has been identified as a beneficial activity that can potentially improve the clearance of cellular debris after injury. emphasizes that exercise should always be done safely and in accordance with a physician's guidance. Low-level cardio, described as exercising at an intensity level where one can maintain a conversation, for 30 to 45 minutes three times a week, can support the Glymphatic system, which is involved in waste clearance in the brain. This recommendation is not about pushing fitness limits but maintaining brain health and longevity. He also suggests that it can be combined with other forms of training, provided it is safe for an individual's brain state and injury 1.

Low-Level Cardio

Andrew discusses the benefits of low-level cardio exercise for brain health and its potential to improve the rates of clearance of debris after injury. He emphasizes the importance of exercising safely and following physician's advice, but suggests that 30 to 45 minutes of low-level cardio three times a week could be beneficial for brain longevity and keeping the brain healthy.

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