In today’s complex and busy world, it can be hard to give your brain the rest it needs to heal and re-establish healthy patterns. However, a balanced approach is essential, since doing either too much or too little can prolong symptoms. In this video, learn some general strategies you can use, as well as a more structured approach if pacing yourself is especially difficult.
Pacing Yourself after Concussion
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