Stroke Treatment through Stem Cell Therapy in Pakistan
What is Stroke?
Stroke is a serious mental condition and neurological disorder that can often prove to be fatal and life-taking. It has become the 5th most common cause of death and one of the leading reasons causing numerous disabilities. A stroke happens when blood and nutrients stop reaching the brain sufficiently due to some blockage or damage in blood carrying vessels and arteries. Such damages, blockages, ruptures, and clots, etc. cause the brain cells to start dying.
A stroke is one of the medical emergencies and complicated conditions. A prompt and effective treatment for stroke has never been possible through conventional medications. However, the common treatments used to help manage the situation and lower brain damage to save a person’s life. Yet, there has been no proper method to draw out or reinstate the damaged cells in the brain, arteries, vessels, and nervous system.
Is there any proper treatment for Stroke possible and available?
Regenerative medicine treatment also known as Stem Cell Therapy is an advanced and amazing method that can treat stroke and many other chronic diseases. Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke is the most efficient and accurate treatment because it is the only natural way to reinstate and replace the damaged cells in the brain with the new healthy and functional cells. Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic is providing this cutting-edge stem cell procedure in Pakistan. This hospital is the pioneer healthcare center for stem cell therapy in Pakistan. The hospital is offering stem cell treatment for stroke and several other complex diseases and conditions that were previously declared as incurable.
In the following, you can find complete guidance on how stroke occurs, what its symptoms, types of strokes, are and how stem cell procedure can treat stroke.
How Stroke Occurs?
The human brain is the central, most crucial, and complex organ in the body that controls the entire functioning of the body. Nervous vessels and arteries carry different nutrients and blood supply to the human brain for its normal functioning. A stroke is a condition of blockage or disruption of this supply. This happens when a sudden clot or rupture appears in the vessels or arteries that ultimately stop the blood supply to the brain. As a result, the brain cannot perform its normal functioning due to which all other organs in the body get disturbed as well.
Major Risk Factors and Causes of Stroke
Stroke is a very complex mental condition. There can be numberless reasons leading to a stroke. Some of the major factors are explained below here.
Surprisingly, the rate of stroke is higher in men than in women. The reasons for men having more stroke risks vary greatly. Women are more likely to have a stroke in their later ages, probably after 55.
- Age & Family History of Stroke
Older people are always at a higher risk of having a stroke due to already weakened bodily health and disturbed mental conditions. Besides, many persisting medical conditions in old age can also lead to a stroke. Also, if you have a family history of stroke, you are constantly at risk to face it. You need to keep visiting a doctor to ensure whether you are managing a balanced health condition or not.
- Being Overweight
Being overweight is one of the major risk factors to cause a stroke. Physical inactivity is often the key reason for being obese or overweight. So, improper distribution of fats in the body and physical inactivity lead to causing a stroke. People who don’t care for a balanced BMI (body mass index) leave themselves vulnerable to many diseases, especially a stroke.
- Smoking & Drug Addiction
The use of illegal drugs such as cocaine and methamphetamine, drinking, and smoking are not only injurious to health but they can possibly cause stroke as well. Smoking, drinking, and drugs usually thicken the human blood and increases the risk of stroke and heart attack as well.
- High Blood Pressure and Cholesterol
High blood pressure and high cholesterol levels are one of the chief reasons for a stroke. High levels of cholesterol and BP puts the arteries and vessels in danger of facing rupture or clot that ultimately leads to stroke.
- Hormonal Complications
The use of contraceptive pills, estrogens, and hormonal therapies, etc. is also a possible cause for having a stroke. These complications can result in damage to arteries and vessels that carry blood to the brain.
- Mental Stress, Anxiety, and Depression
Doubtlessly, mental stress, anxiety, and depression are also the reasons for having a stroke. These complex conditions can raise your blood pressure to an extreme level where a blood clot or rupture will happen in the arteries and vessels leading to a stroke.
- Symptoms of Stroke
A stroke is damage or disturbance in mental functions due to limited or stopped blood supply. As a result, various other abnormalities appear in the body functions through which a person can observe if he/she is having a stroke. Some key symptoms indicating a stroke are as follows.
- Facing troubles in speaking and communicating
- Failing to understand what others convey
- Observing paralysis in any leg, arm, or any side of the face
- Problems in eyesight or vision in either or both eyes
- Sudden Headache
- Trouble in walking, standing, or maintaining a posture
- Sudden dizziness and loss of balance
Types of Stroke
Based on three different conditions causing stroke, it is classified into three categories that are explained below here.
- Ischemic Stroke
When the flow of blood is stopped to the brain due to obstruction in blood carrying vessels or arteries, it is called an Ischemic Stroke. This obstruction happens when the vessels or arteries get weakened and narrowed. The main reasons for this narrowing and weakening of vessels or arteries are the fatty deposits and other debris traveling through the bloodstream. The limited or obstructed blood flow causes the brain cells to begin dying.
- Hemorrhagic Stroke
It is another type of serious or severe stroke that occurs when a blood vessel or artery gets ruptured or leaked. As a result, the blood shoots or bursts into the brain causing the complex stroke called Brain Hemorrhage or Hemorrhagic Stroke. Ischemic stroke, protein deposits, and weakened walls of blood vessels are possible causes of a hemorrhagic stroke.
- TIA (Transient Ischemic Attack)
A Transient Ischemic Attack is often called a mini-stroke. It is a condition caused due to a temporary blockage of blood supply. This condition can be turned back to normal by regulating blood supply within 5 to 10 minutes. However, having a TIA or mini-stroke isn’t a good sign and it indicates that the person is vulnerable to a serious stroke.
Complications and Dangers of Stroke
Stroke can often become fatal and life-taking. If you survive, you are still at risk to develop various abnormalities in body functions and disabilities, etc. Some of such after-effects or complications of stroke are as follows:
- Short or Long-Term Paralysis
Depending on the duration for how long the blood supply stops in the brain, a short or long term paralysis in either side of the body can occur. Consequently, you can lose control over muscle movement on the damaged side.
- Problems in Swallowing and Speaking
A stroke can probably damage your muscle-control in the throat or mouth. This will result in difficulty speaking and swallow something easily. This condition can lead to troubles in longstanding speech problems and difficulty in reading and writing as well.
- Pain and Memory Loss
As the limited or stopped blood supply to the brain hinders it to control and regulate normal body functions, you can possibly feel pain in the body’s different parts and observe short or long term memory loss.
- Emotional Complications
Due to losing the brain’s control over different body functions, the nervous system also gets severely disturbed. So, the patient can probably lose control over his/her emotions and nerves.
Limitations and/or Dangers of Conventional Treatments for Stroke
Doctors conventionally use antiplatelets and anticoagulant medications to stop blood clot or ruptures in the brain. Platelets according to doctors are the cells that majorly cause the clots to occur. Anti-platelet medication will work to make them less sticky to avoid clotting. On the other hand, anticoagulant drugs are also used to prohibit clotting and obstruction in blood supply. These drugs are highly blood-thinning and carry serious dangers due to their extremely rapid action. These medications cannot reinstate, repair, grow, and replace the damaged or dead cells in the brain. So, they cannot be used as proper and risk-free treatment.
Besides, these medications can only work as a timely relief from blood clotting and regulate blood supply for some time saving the patient’s life. But again, they cannot help to regenerate the damaged cells and restore the vessels through a natural or organic method.
But, you don’t need to worry at all as a proper and more efficient treatment for stroke is now available through the regenerative medicine procedure. This procedure is called Stem Cell Therapy to treat Stroke. Here is how it works to organically grow and replace the damaged cells in the vessels and brain.
Stem Cell Therapy to treat Stroke
Stem Cell Therapy is the cutting-edge and modern technological advancement in the field of medicine. It has helped to treat various chronic and dangerous diseases that hadn’t been treated previously. This treatment is purely organic that makes it highly effective and astounding with its promising results.
The stem cell rejuvenation procedure for stroke is the only natural treatment available to treat stroke properly until now. The stem cells have the potential for growing, reinstating, replacing, and reproducing the damaged cells in the brain, vessels, and other body parts. When the damaged or dead cells will be replaced and grown, the natural restore process will begin and the serious problems such as stroke and its after-effects will no longer remain there.
Is Stem Cell Procedure for Stroke Reliable and Safe?
The stem cell regenerative medicine treatment for stroke is a wholly reliable and safe procedure. What makes it safe is the organic regenerative and purely non-surgical method with no side-effects or dangers at all. The stem cells are injected into the patient’s body where they begin the rejuvenation process and restore the damaged cells. The stem cells have the natural qualities of taking the place of any type of cells in the body that have been dead or damaged due to any disease like stroke.
The stem cell procedure to treat stroke is reliable because it’s approved and regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States. Stem cells are entirely risk-free due to being amino-privileged. Also, no resistance in the human body can occur with their concentrated growth.
Where to get Stem Cell Therapy in Pakistan to treat Stroke?
People of Pakistan can also avail this phenomenal and astounding regenerative medicine treatment for stroke and numerous other chronic diseases. Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic is Pakistan’s paramount and pioneer stem cell rejuvenation center stem cell treatment for stroke. The patients at this hospital have a bonus-privilege of renowned physician Dr. David Lawrence Greene. He is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon and CEO of the R3 Stem Cell Clinics, the USA. He is well-known in the stem cell rejuvenation technology for carrying out above 15,000 successful Stem Cell Procedures.
The hospital is working under the approval and registration with both DRAP (Drug Regulatory Authority Pakistan) and FDA, the USA. So, you don’t need to worry and remain with the dangers and risks of stroke. Come to Shifa Rejuvenation Clinic and get your stroke and other diseases properly treated. For more information, consultation, and appointment, you may contact us at (051) 889-6711 or send an email at [email protected].