Neurological disorders can impact your sleep, memory, communication, and daily functioning. Whether they are present at birth, developed over time, or caused by a traumatic brain injury or other condition, issues with your brain and nervous system functioning can have a serious impact on your mental health. Learn more about these conditions and what you or your loved ones can do to cope.
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, is a lifelong neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by challenges with communication and behavior. While parents may notice atypical behaviors or delays earlier, it is commonly diagnosed by age 2.
Alzheimer's disease is a progressive and irreversible brain condition marked by memory loss and confusion. Alzheimer's is a leading cause of death for adults over 65, and is the most common cause of dementia in older adults.
Parkinson's disease is a nervous system disorder that affects the brain's ability to control movement. While this is a progressive condition with no cure, it can be managed with medication and other therapies, often for a long period of time.
Neurodiversity is the idea that it's acceptable for people to have brains that functional differently from one another. This is an embrace of our differences in brain function and behavior, and an attempt to destigmatize conditions like autism and ADHD.
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