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Neuropolen for nerve regeneration after stroke

1 Major Gheorghe Giurgiu
Deniplant-Aide Sante Medical Center, Biomedicina, Bucharest, Romania
2 Prof. Dr. Manole Cojocaru
Titu Maiorescu University, Faculty of Medicine, Bucharest, Romania

Background Ischemic stroke is the leading cause of long-term physical and psychological disability. Stroke can occur when a blood vessel in the brain is blocked, preventing nearby tissue from receiving essential nutrients. The brain has an extraordinary ability to heal itself after a stroke. This ability, known as neuroplasticity. Within weeks of a stroke, new blood vessels begin to form and newly born neurons migrate long distances to the damaged area to help the brain regenerate.
Objective The healing process cannot happen by itself. Your help is needed to activate it. To determine if Neuropolen can be a potential treatment for stroke recovery.
Materials and methods To arrive at these observations, we examined how Neuropolen and diet resolve disabilities.
Results The key to treating a stroke and minimizing long-term damage is quickly and effectively restoring blood flow to the brain. The authors tested the effect of Neuropolen. We found that Neuropollen may be important for functional recovery after stroke. Stroke patients can have access to Neuropolen, which can help minimize the degree of complications, the stimulation improves brain plasticity, where the uninjured parts of the brain can take over the function of the damaged areas of the brain. It allows you to regain movement and other skills after a stroke.
Conclusion When a stroke occurs, part of the brain is damaged and many of these connections are destroyed. Our findings suggest that Neuropolen may be a potential therapy for stroke recovery, can rapidly oxygenate the brain and protect tons of brain cells.

Key words: Neuropolen, neuroplasticity, brain cell regeneration after stroke