So the Zeen arrived yesterday, and I quickly got on it and tried to walk, but the carpet was the enemy,so hubby wheeled me out to the tiled hallway, where I almost puked immediately. I sat there for a while and tried it again, but I was too dizzy .it was at that point that I came to the realization that I need to slow down and take each step of the process as a goal in itself. Step one is sitting at barstool height without becoming dizzy and nauseated. This may take some time.
Yes, 7.5 years after my stroke and the brain is still an issue. It feels as if my brain is floating around in my skull at this new higher height, and it’s not a good feeling . It’s definitely going to take some time before I’m going to be able to get outside with it. But I did promise video today, so the below is a video of the chair I use for outdoor and transfers into the car.
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2 thoughts on “Wow, my brain is more damaged than I thought!”
Everything goes slowly, which is annoying, isn’t it? Fingers crossed you acclimate quickly!
I think I know why it’s happening. The Zeen corrects my center of gravity, and that’s what is thrown my brain off. My whole body leans to the left at all times and I’ve never enjoyed being corrected 😊