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Living well with a neurological condition

Many people with neurological conditions have frontal or cerebellar injuries that cause reduced executive functioning. Some tips to help manage include:

-Oversight of medication and treatment plan
-Strengthen and sustain health by consuming a balanced diet, exercising physically and mentally/cognitively, and developing appropriate sleeping habits.
-Control negative emotions and stress, accept the circumstance, and move forward.
-Facilitating involvement in everyday activities, despite disability or ongoing symptoms.

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