Mind Games

March 2007
PN;Mar2007, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p48
Trade Publication
The article presents tips and suggestions on how to overcome multiple sclerosis which causes cognitive problems. Tips suggested that to become aware of multiple sclerosis, one must keep a notebook and pen for to-do list, use an electronic organizer, and post a family calendar on the refrigerator. Patricia Bednarik, a speech language pathologist emphasizes the importance of physical exercise which brings an increased oxygen that is good for the brain.


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