Xarelto Lawsuit Ohio
If you or a loved one took the medication Xarelto® and suffered a serious internal bleeding event, stroke or the death of a loved one, please call us today for a free, no obligation consultation. Call Toll Free 1-866-777-2557 or fill out our online contact form and a lawyer will get back to you as soon as possible to answer your questions. There are no legal fees or costs to you unless you receive financial compensation at the end of the case.
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Stroke sufferers often have apathy. Apathy means they are lacking motivation and enthusiasm to do the things they once loved to do. Mood changes are common in someone who has suffered a stroke. Someone might also have trouble controlling their emotions and become very easily irritated or angry. Also, many stroke patients who were once extroverts become introverts suddenly due to personality changes.
How Can I Help?
When you approach your friend or family member who has had a stroke, try to be sympathetic to how they feel. You may have no idea what emotional toll this stroke has taken on them. Be aware that they might not even act like the same person you once knew.
If you are able, you can be there to keep them company. Drive them to their therapy, take dinner to their house or even take them on a walk if they are willing and able. Being there for them when they need you is the best advice for recovery. If you notice their mood going downhill or thoughts/words of suicide come up, notify their family or their doctor at once so they can get the help they need in time. Also be aware of the signs of a stroke so you will know if they suffer one again.
How Can I Support Someone Who Has Had a Heart Attack?
Has anyone in your family or perhaps a close friend recently suffered a heart attack? This can unfortunately be a very confusing and frightening time both for you and the one suffering the heart attack. In the time during the heart attack, you and your loved one might be scared that they are in great danger. What is even more troubling is how the person feels afterward.
After a heart attack, the person will go through a period of physical recovery. While they go through this recovery, there is also a lot of emotional and mental healing that needs to take place. Family and friends may also need support.
What is important is to support the one who suffered the heart attack in all areas of their life to ease in the recovery process for their sake. Support to the other family members and friends is also important. Learning how to give them all coping mechanisms and know that they do not have to be afraid is very imperative to a recovery for everyone.
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