After a stroke, hand mobility may be impaired. I bring to your attention a set of simple exercises that will help you quickly restore the mobility of your hand.
The exercises are not difficult, but they require regularity. Do these exercises 3-5 times a day.
1. Take the clothespin in your injured hand, squeeze and unclench it for 2-3 minutes, using your good hand if necessary. Repeat with your healthy hand. Increase the exercise by 10 seconds each day.
2. Bend your elbows, wrap your right hand around your left elbow, with your left hand around your right elbow. Swing your arms left - right for 5 minutes.
3. Select 3 balls of different sizes and roll them with an injured hand for 1 minute. If it is difficult to perform this exercise, place the injured hand on the ball, and on top - with the healthy one and perform the exercise with both hands.
4. Combine a glass of beans and peas in a bowl. Place two bowls side by side and separate the beans and peas. Try to use only your injured hand. After you start doing the exercise quite quickly, replace the peas with beans for rice with buckwheat.
5. Bend the fingers of the injured hand into a fist as much as possible and alternately open the fingers. If you still can't do it with your injured hand, help your healthy one.
If after a stroke, both hands are injured or a person cannot perform the exercises on their own, relatives should help him. To do this, they must place their hand over the hands of the stroke survivor and exercise.