As most of you will have already heard, Sir Alex Ferguson is currently in intensive care in hospital after suffering a haemorrhagic stroke just two days ago. A Haemorrhagic stroke is classed as a bleeding on the brain and it is the least common type of stroke out of the two main types, accounting for … More Stay strong Sir Alex!
Upon completing the Stroke Association’s Resolution Run back in March, I set about collecting up all of the money I fundraised for the charity. Over a month later I have gathered it all up and sent it off, with a grand total of £1465 raised. I am so pleased and couldn’t have done it without … More Humbled and inspired by the Stroke Association
AF is caused by an irregular rhythm of the heart, this is caused by the heart not pumping blood through properly, if the blood doesn’t move quickly or smoothly enough, this can lead to blood clots resulting in stroke. Every 18 minutes in the UK, somebody suffers an AF-related stroke, that’s around 30,000 AF related … More AF (Atrial Fibrillation)