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My stroke affected my right side, leg, arm and speech. But when i am worked up or stresses my speech gets affected and my arm and leg.
Does anyone feel this ?

I think our brains now have a very reduced capacity and cannot cope with as many things simultaneously as they used to. Therefore,when youre stressed, something else has to give way and that is what affects the speech and mobility and movement.

I have observed that both physical and mental effort will tire my brain. And walking deteriorates. Stress was an interim problem and has eased a lot. Do try relax or yoga or meditation .Helped me loads.
Colin

I agree with everything others have said. I am fairly good in the morning if I've had a good sleep but any excitement will have an effect on my speech and I become almost unintelligible.
Deigh

Thanks Deigh for your reply, Its interesting to know others feel this as well. I find this forum a lifesaver sometimes thankyou.

Yes your right i suppose will have to find a way to avoid it. The more i think about it when it happens the worse it becomes another, Thanks huntspete for your reply/

Thanks Colin, I will have to try relaxation, after all stress probably contributed to my BP which led to my stroke. Thanks for your advice find this forum so helpful,

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