For anyone living with Huntington’s disease, regular physical activity (especially moderate-intensity aerobic exercise) is a great option for building cardiovascular fitness, and helping you perform daily living activities.
There’s no easy to way tell your closest family and friends that you have Huntington’s disease, but it’s a discussion that needs to take place when you’re ready. Here’s how to have the conversation.
If you’ve been diagnosed with Huntington’s disease, you don’t need to leave your job right away. Keeping in close contact with your doctor, and addressing symptoms as they come up, will help you make the best decision about employment for your health and future.
Taking care of your health after being diagnosed with Huntington’s disease is a team effort. You can work with your care team to put together a plan to manage your mental health and physical symptoms, and find a support group.
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