CONNECT+ for Seniors
CONNECT+ for Senior is a preventative/ after trauma service that focus on keeping the body free of imbalances with a primary focus on the all the critical system such as: Muscular system, nervous system, circulatory system, digestive system, endocrine system, immune system, integument system, lymphatic system, reproductive system, skeletal system, glands, organs, and all the circuits and system within the body.
For seniors their quality of life is in jeopardy if these system are NOT in alignment!
We make sure the body as a whole is energetically balanced and in complete harmony and communicate with each of the systems!
Let’s take a look at a stroke… And
How A Stroke Affects The Person, How It Effects the Body, Mind, and Emotions.
Each stroke is different depending on the part of the brain injured, how bad the injury is, and
the person’s general health. Some of the effects of stroke are:
Weakness (hemiparesis–hem-ee-par-EE-sis) or paralysis (hemiplegia–hemee-PLEE-ja)
on one side of the body.
This may affect the whole side or just the arm or the leg. The weakness or paralysis is
on the side of the body opposite the side of the brain injured by the stroke. For
example, if the stroke injured the left side of the brain, the weakness or paralysis will
be on the right side of the body.
Problems with balance or coordination.
These can make it hard for the person to sit, stand, or walk, even if muscles are
Problems using language (aphasia and dysarthria).
A person with aphasia (a-FAY-zha) may have trouble understanding speech or writing.
Or, the person may understand but may not be able to think of the words to speak or
write. A person with dysarthria (dis-AR-three-a) knows the right words but has trouble
saying them clearly.
Being unaware of or ignoring things on one side of the body (bodily neglect
Often, the person will not turn to look toward the weaker side or even eat food from
the half of the plate on that side.
Pain, numbness, or odd sensations.
These can make it hard for the person to relax and feel comfortable.
Problems with memory, thinking, attention, or learning (cognitive problems).
A person may have trouble with many mental activities or just a few. For example, the
person may have trouble following directions, may get confused if something in a
room is moved, or may not be able to keep track of the date or time.
Being unaware of the effects of the stroke.
The person may show poor judgment by trying to do things that are unsafe as a result
of the stroke.
Trouble swallowing (dysphagia–dis-FAY-ja).
This can make it hard for the person to get enough food. Also, care must sometimes
be taken to prevent the person from breathing in food (aspiration–as-per-AY-shun)
while trying to swallow it.
Problems with bowel or bladder control.
These problems can be helped with the use of portable urinals, bedpans, and other
Getting tired very quickly.
Becoming tired very quickly may limit the person’s participation and performance in a
Sudden bursts of emotion, such as laughing, crying, or anger.
These emotions may indicate that the person needs help, understanding, and support
in adjusting to the effects of the stroke.
This is common in people who have had strokes. It can begin soon after the stroke or
many weeks later, and family members often notice it first.
Depression After A Stroke.
It is normal for a stroke survivor to feel sad over the problems caused by stroke. However,
some people experience a major depressive disorder, which should be diagnosed and treated
as soon as possible. A person with a major depressive disorder has a number of symptoms
nearly every day, all day, for at least 2 weeks. These always include at least one of the
• Feeling sad, blue, or down in the dumps.
• Loss of interest in things that the person used to enjoy.
A person may also have other physical or psychological symptoms, including:
• Feeling slowed down or restless and unable to sit still.
• Feeling worthless or guilty.
• Increase or decrease in appetite or weight.
• Problems concentrating, thinking, remembering, or making decisions.
• Trouble sleeping or sleeping too much.
• Loss of energy or feeling tired all of the time.
• Other aches and pains.
• Digestive problems.
• Sexual problems.
• Feeling pessimistic or hopeless.
• Being anxious or worried.
• Thoughts of death or suicide.
If a stroke survivor has symptoms of depression, especially thoughts of death or suicide,
professional help is needed right away. Once the depression is properly treated, these
thoughts will go away. Depression can be treated with medication, psychotherapy, or both. If
it is not treated, it can cause needless suffering and also makes it harder to recover from the
CONNECT+ also addresses the emotions that lead to imbalances in the body which creates symptoms that we see in the physical realm. Whether, Connect+ is used as a preventative approach or after a traumatic events; your loved one will greatly benefit from this comprehensive care! We have identified over 270 imbalances that can occur within the body. 270 imbalances that most seniors are unable to address and senior homes lack the knowledge, staffing, support to deal with these dynamic needs! That’s where Connect+ comes in! For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Certified Body/ Emotion Code Practitioner / Add Heart Facilitator for HeartMath Institution/Abundace Coach/ Quantum Biological HackerEmmanuel Bartholomew Ben Isra'el is an master holistic Practitioner who works with young people, adults and entrepreneurs whom suffer from complex emotional blocks, physical pain, mental health problems and abundance issues. He bases many of his interventions on 6 categories which consist of 270 negative energies that causes energetic imbalances in the body. Emmanuel believes there is only state that's beneficial to the human body and that is an Abundant State so we focus on bring the body back to Pure Balance.Learn More
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