25Jul

This Is What Self-Neuroprotection Looks Like

By Sue Ludwig

We strive to provide a neuroprotective environment and neuroprotective care for the patients we serve.

But what do we do for ourselves?

Although we’re not experiencing a critical period of brain development like our patients, we do push more data into our minds than at any time in history. Our noggins need rest and support.

So whether you take a long or short vacation, a stay-cation, or simply take 2 hours out of your weekend to do something you LOVE instead of something you have on your to-do-list, go do that. (Oh, and sleep!) Your brain will thank you.

This is my current version of self-neuroprotection. 

Can’t wait to hear (or see) what works for you.

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