Exercise is known to have various benefits, but can some be harmful to those with HNPP and can it even induce symptoms out of nowhere?
Award-winning American playwright talks to HNPP Wellbeing about how he manages HNPP.
There is an old saying that a physiotherapist will teach you to walk, but an occupational therapist will teach you to dance! But how can occupational therapy help those with HNPP?
Anxiety and depression can be a common occurrence when dealing with HNPP or any chronic illness. So why does this happen?
While it’s uncommon for HNPP sufferers to get ‘brain fog’, there are some who say memory issues seem to be an annoying symptom.
Walking is no walk in the park sadly thanks to chronic symptoms associated with HNPP. So how do we go about doing it?
Can having a tailored diet help with reducing HNPP symptoms?
There are some days your body is so tense that it exacerbates symptoms for HNPP. So how do we relax?
We all have certain lines or phrases that rattle us especially those with HNPP. Here are some that we have to face and why they shouldn’t be said.
One of the worst things with HNPP is randomly falling over. So how can you make the best of an irritating situation?