Many neurological conditions cause problems with thinking properly. These are called cognitive problems, and can include having trouble with your memory and concentration. Sometimes this kind of problem is known as 'brain fog'.

Advice

The University of Liverpool is carrying out a research project to help with 'Understanding anxiety and worry in people with epilepsy' (April-September 2018).

If you have any questions before you decide whether to participate please contact the study Principal Investigator, Dr Peter Fisher, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Full details and the online questionnaire:
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Memory aids

Try good old pen and paper, diaries, calendars, for example from the Alzheimer's Society. And of course there are plenty of handy gadgets too:

Life after stroke. Problems with memory and thinking Visit our Information Centre to read the Stroke Association's booklet Problems with Memory and Thinking.