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Executive Control
 

Cartoon character holding two outfits trying to decide which to wearExecutive functions, sometimes called cognitive control, refers to a bunch of cognitive processes that help you exert control or regulate behaviour.

This includes stopping yourself from engaging in particular actions, keeping short-term information in your working memory and also planning, problem solving and reasoning.

Deficits in executive functioning are less common than memory or processing speed issues but about 19% of people with MS  experience difficulty with executive functions such as generating strategies, problem solving, estimating, planning, abstract reasoning or verbal fluency.

If you are  experiencing difficulties with executive functioning then you might find some of these strategies useful.

Back to Cognitive Functions Affected by MS

 

 
 
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