Articles & Resources

Locked-in Syndrome (LiS) is a rare neurological disorder. It acquired its name because patients lose most or all of their motor function, facial control, breathing, swallowing and speaking abilities. However, consciousness and cortical functions are preserved. Tracey Gibbs spoke to us about her experience living...

Our October e-newsletter includes all the latest updates from the Brain Foundation. Read about new research into dementia, upcoming fundraisers, resources from Migraine & Headache Awareness Week, and new articles we have released....

Neurological symptoms can be difficult to understand. They can include anything from dizziness and confusion, to muscle weakness and seizures, amongst many other symptoms. Your General Practitioner (GP) can sometimes diagnose and treat these problems – but in some cases they might suggest finding a...

Just like many brain disorders or diseases, aneurysms can irreversibly change a person’s life. Andy Carter experienced this in 2013, when she was diagnosed with three aneurysms and had to undergo surgery as part of her treatment. Her story of surviving an aneurysm explores the...

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