To minimize the effects of progressive supranuclear palsy, you can take certain steps at home:
April 10, 2014
- Use eyedrops to help ease dry eyes that can occur as a result of problems with blinking or persistent tearing.
- Install grab bars in hallways and bathrooms, to help you avoid falls.
- Use a walker that is weighted, to help you avoid falls.
- Remove scatter rugs or other items that are hard to see without looking downward.
- Avoid climbing stairs.
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