These tips are not substitutes for medical advice. Talk with your doctor about additional ways to cope with PBA and whether a treatment plan may be appropriate.
Tips adapted from the National Stroke Association – www.stroke.org.
Living well with PBA is possible! Lessen the emotional toll PBA can take on everyday life. Try these tips.
Be candid about your symptoms and concerns to help lead to an accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Talk to friends and family about how PBA affects you and what might happen. Educate them about potential episodes, so they are not overly surprised or overwhelmed when they occur.
Identify people and resources that can help you feel less alone and more informed about managing PBA.