With this product which I personally experienced has a very slow recovery time, but it has improved my mobility a lot compared to how I was a few months ago. I am still not yet fully recovered, but this product has done a lot of improvement in me.
February 7th2011, I was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with a major stroke. Approximately 5 and a half months later. I was discharged from the hospital. Once I left the hospital I was looking forward for a quick and reliable fix to help the paralysis of the right side of my body. I started with arthritis medication called Aleve, because my right little finger was bent and the rest of the fingers were stiff. Then I began taking fish oil capsules to solve my mobility and others defects. So I decided to explore and search the internet, and by chance I stumbled across an ad about NeuroAiD™which popped out of nowhere, so I decided to research it and examined the content further. After reading all the information carefully and reviewing the product, my wife and I decided to place an order. After taking the product for approximately 5 and half months later, I have seen a lot of positive changes in the way I walk, talk and squeeze my right fingers together, although not all the way. The problem I have encounter is that I swing my right leg around when I walk and sometimes my right leg does not lift from the floor up all the way and gets stuck in a pot hole or on a slightly raised sidewalk and I tend to fall sometimes with no feelings on my right leg. I also drag my right leg on the carpet or on the floor. With this product which I personally experienced has a very slow recovery time, but it has improved my mobility a lot compared to how I was a few months ago. I am still not yet fully recovered, but this product has done a lot of improvement in me. I still have another two weeks to complete the NeuroAiD™and I would certainly recommend this product to people who have had a stroke.
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Cassiano, Olive and the family
*Pictures are not the actual patients