FND Action want you to know what it feels like to have a Functional Neurological Disorder – 6 hours to #GivingTuesday

What does it feel like to have a Functional Neurological Disorder?

“FND took away “ME”, it changed my life taking away my independence. The hardest part is not being believed by professionals & being made to feel a fraud.” ~Sarah, Berkshire

“The ignorance around this condition often leaves me feeling frustrated and humiliated. It’s changed my life beyond recognition. I’ve said goodbye to my former self, achievements and some friends and now embrace a more measured and positive life that I appreciate more and never take for granted.” ~Kerryn, Northamptonshire

“FND. I miss me” ~Bev, Bromsgrove

“My seizures hold me back from achieving what I want to in life. It’s humiliating when it happens and whenever I ask my doctor to help me it’s frustrating and heartbreaking when I’m told that they can’t do anything.” ~Gemma, West Yorkshire

“It’s the pain that troubles me I have good Drs though” ~Sheena, Fife


FND Action want to help people like Sarah, Kerryn, Bev, Gemma and Sheena! We want those diagnosed to know they’re not alone, help ensure they receive the medical care they need and support them going forward to live their lives to the fullest.

It’s the run up to #GivingTuesday and we’re reaching out for you to donate just £4 to help us help people diagnosed with FND and NEAD in the UK. (Please see image for how to donate)

Thank you in advance for your support!