The blog section features varied pieces and articles about stroke, what we are doing as an organisation and surfacing topics, information and events that may interest you.
Coping with the effects of stroke can sometimes be an isolating and lonely experience. But it's important to remember you’re not alone.Read more
Emotionalism is when a stroke affects your ability to control your mood and emotions. You may find that your mood changes very quickly, sometimes for no reason at all.Read more
When the pandemic hit, we heard from many stroke survivors and carers who felt even more isolated and alone than before. We knew we had to do something to help. That's why we launched Here For You in April 2020.Read more
The new My Stroke Guide forum is built so that you can use it easily on your mobile. There is also an app that you can use to access it.Read more
Fatigue is an extreme tiredness that can come on at any time and doesn't get better with rest. The causes of fatigue after stroke aren’t yet fully understood. This blog has a few tips and advice for how you can manage your fatigue.Read more
Doing something you love, for fun, relaxation or learning, can help you feel good, assist your recovery and enjoy life. Find out more in this article about hobbies you can get involved in following a stroke.Read more
We've been busy here at My Stroke Guide. There have been a lot of changes to the site and the forum. Click to read more about what they changes are and why we made them.Read more