August 11, 2009 by
Consider your brain as your library - 100,000 books, another 100,000 periodicals, a million articles and billions of yet to be catalogued bits of data – all about you, about your mechanics, balance, speech, memory and memories, sights and taste…your history in a building.
Now imagine an attack on your brain, like a fire in the library. Some books will be burned beyond recognition, some only slightly, but other collateral damage may occur by heat, smoke or water. Some of the knowledge in those books may be lost forever; but much may be recovered through careful restoration, and some more rediscovered by finding it in other volumes in different parts of the library. This is also true with our brain. Stop Stroke before it Stops You!