*  Statistics from The Neurological Alliance
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What is neurological condition? 

A neurological condition is defined as a disorder that affects the brain, nervous system or spinal cord and, as these control every single part of your body, problems with them often cause serious consequences.

Conditions can appear suddenly, for example a stroke or a brain injury; others, like epilepsy, you are born with; and others develop over time, like multiple sclerosis.

They can affect anyone, at any age, of any ethnicity, and at any time in life.

Some conditions are incurable, some last a lifetime and, sadly, others can be life-threatening, all of them impact on a persons quality of life. 

Common symptoms include; fatigue, pain, brain fog, spasms and tremors

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The most common 

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