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A place where people with ADHD and their loved ones can interact with each other exchanging stories, struggles, and non-medication strategies. Weekly threads to plan and notice the positive in our lives. Over a million users here say they 'feel at home' and 'finally found a place where people understand them'.

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The Mental Health subreddit is the central forum to discuss, vent, support and share information about mental health, illness and wellness. This sub is moderated by the South Asian Mental Health Alliance (SAMHAA), a non-profit society dedicated to mental health stigma reduction through skill development and community building. #BlackLivesMatter

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A safe haven for bipolar related issues. We are a community here not just a help page. Be a part of something that cares about who you are.

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Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is rarely discussed in public forums, even though healthy connection to others is an integral part of healing. This is a peer support community for those who have undergone prolonged trauma and came out the other side alive and kicking, but with wounds that need tending. This is also a place for friends and family of the victims to come for support.

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Autism news, information and support. Please feel free to submit articles to enhance the knowledge, acceptance, understanding and research of Autism and ASD.

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For safe and helpful conversation with people who have Asperger's Syndrome or those close to them. We also welcome people with other autism spectrum disorders.

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We are a supportive, respectful community for discussion and links of interest for people who have PTSD or have friends, family members, or partners with PTSD.

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welcome to r/aspiememes! 🌟 this is a place for content that captures the reality of being an autistic person through memes, gifs, photos, links, and more.

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Misophonia is a neurophysiological disorder in which sufferers face an aversive reaction to otherwise normal sounds and (visual) stimuli.

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Welcome! This is a community meant for a discussion of schizophrenia spectrum disorders, and related issues. Feel free to post, discuss, or just lurk. There is no judgement in this place: we are here for each other. Please refrain from self-diagnosis, diagnosing others, or advising specific medical treatments. If/when giving unsolicited advice, please do not be patronizing.

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Welcome! This is a subreddit dedicated to sufferers of depersonalization and derealization. Please feel free to discuss any symptoms/stories and any curing techniques that have helped you overcome the disorder.

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A place for people with Health Anxiety / Illness Anxiety / Hypochondria to come together and start taking control of their disorder.

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An optimistic but realistic support group.

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News, resources and perspectives pertaining to individuals with disabilities.

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For research, treatments, and personal stories regarding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). ME/CFS is a multi-systemic neurological disease, distinct from chronic fatigue as a symptom. For more information, please see our FAQ.

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A place for the social and political discussion of neurological and psychological differences. We are proud members of the Neurodiversity and Disability Rights Movement.

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Welcome to the Synesthesia Subreddit! Probably around 4% of the world’s population are synesthetes: people with a neurological trait that enables them to enjoy additional perceptions in response to certain sensory or conceptual stimuli such as hearing sounds or music, tasting food or perceiving numbers or letters. There are many different types of synesthesia and we discuss all of them on this sub.

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A subreddit for all those who are proud of being autistic. We are a natural variation of human diversity and don't need a "cure". We focus on the autistic rights movement and leftist solutions to improving life for all neurodiverse people. There's also memes, personal creations, and conversations about our shared experiences as autists.

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The Internet's walk-in clinic. Because going to a doctor would be too expensive.

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A forum to provide dissemination of applied behavior analysis (ABA) and evidence-based research, assist the public in understanding the science, and to promote conversation between board certified behavior analysts (BCBAs), aspiring BCBAs, and others who are interested. ABA's popularity has grown due to its success with autism treatment; however, ABA has also been successful in school settings, businesses, sports, health & wellness, weight management, smoking cessation, hospitals, and prisons.

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Welcome to r/neurology home of science-based neurology for physicians, neuroscientists, and fans of neurology. Topics include multiple sclerosis, seizures/epilepsy, stroke, peripheral neurology, anatomy of the brain and nerves, parkinson's disease, huntington's disease, syncope, medical treatments, ALS, carpal tunnel syndrome, vertigo, migraines, cluster headaches, and more.

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The online community for those who either have or support people who have Narcolepsy or Idiopathic Hypersomnia. We are not here to diagnose or confirm your self-diagnosis. We have a wiki section about Narcolepsy which may help those who suspect they suffer from a sleep disorder such as Narcolepsy but we are not a substitute for seeing a doctor.

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This subreddit is dedicated to information and support for people dealing with dementia. Dementia is an abnormal, serious loss of cognitive ability, often seen in older people as a result of degenerative disease. It can also be caused by head trauma, getting blown up by an IED, drug abuse, and many other causes. Some of the most common forms of dementia are: Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, frontotemporal dementia, semantic dementia and dementia with Lewy bodies.

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If you think you might be autistic - or even if you're on The Quest, to figure out why life seems so much stranger and harder for you than it does for other people - then we made this space for you. It's one thing to read DSM diagnostic criteria or an Autism Parent's lamentations, and another to really hear us as we describe what it feels like to _be_ autistic. Welcome, and please feel free to ask questions! :)

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Brainfog is a symptom of a deeper condition that has troubled the creators of this subreddit personally. This subreddit exists to serve as a community support group to keep eachover strong on the journey to recovery, as well as to serve as a breeding ground for new ideas through community effort. We welcome any contribution to this subreddit, each of us would love to hear your story, and hopefully we can offer you a step closer in your own recovery journey.

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A subreddit dedicated to adults on the autistic spectrum.

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/r/alzheimers is a place for people effected by Alzheimer's Disease and dementia to support one another and share news about Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia.

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BRAND NEW SUBREDDIT! Ladies lets discuss life, emotions, work, relationships, social anxiety, sensory and support one another. 🦋

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This is a subreddit devoted to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). There is not enough known about TBI's in general, and research is ongoing. Let's provide one another with support, advice, whatever might help.

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Taking care of a loved one is a difficult task, especially if you have to try and deal with guilt, pain, and fear on your own. We are here to support you. So far, our only rules are to please not spam your blog or business and to be kind above all else.

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A subreddit about Parkinson's Disease. For those with Parkinson's, Lewy Body, and family and friends of those.

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Brain Studies: facts, articles, and questions...

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All about Autism Parenting www.theautismdad.com www.theautismdad.com/forum

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Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Motor neurons reach from the brain to the spinal cord and from the spinal cord to the muscles throughout the body. When the motor neurons die, the ability of the brain to initiate and control muscle movement is lost. With voluntary muscle action progressively affected, patients in the later stages of the disease may become totally paralyzed.

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This subreddit is for everything related to concussion diagnosis, treatment, therapy, research, case studies and sympathy.

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Information and support for patients diagnosed with brain tumors or cancer and their friends and family. TBI patients also welcome!

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A forum to hear the experiences of autistic individuals, and educate about neurodiversity, human rights concerns, and how to be a better human being both to autistic people and all citizens of the world.

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A place for autistic people and allies based in the UK to share and support each other.

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Sub where survivors of any type of brain injury can share their experiences, their ups and downs, their coping mechanisms and all things brain injury related.

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This subreddit is intended to function as a community for people with neurological disorders.

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Starter Supplements: Antioxidants, Protein, B-complex, Branched-Chain Amino Acids, Choline, Creatine, Curcumin (meriva), Flavonoids, Ketogenic Diet, Magnesium, Lithium, DHA, Polyphebols, EPA, Vitamin D, Zinc *search for Nutritional to find the study recommending

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In 2015, the first case of a brain condition that mimicked Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease began in the province of New Brunswick, but the patient tested negative for CJD and all other known prion diseases. 11 more cases were discovered in 2019 and 24 cases were discovered in 2020. 12* (will update as more are discovered) have been found so far in 2021. With so little known, this subreddit is meant for discussion and sharing of information on the condition.