The brain is quite fragile and can be injured in many ways, from slip and fall accidents to car wrecks. The consequences of these brain injuries can be anything from something minor to something life-altering. Some traumatic brain injuries (TBI’s) are difficult to diagnose because physical damage may not be present and symptoms may develop as time goes on. Here is how you should deal with possible head injuries.
Be Aware of the Symptoms
The most important thing you can do after a severe blow to the head is to monitor your symptoms daily. This is particularly true if you suspect you have TBI. Although not everyone experiences the same effects, there are some common symptoms you look out for.
These symptoms include memory loss, headaches, trouble learning and communicating, changes in personality, and diminished balance or motor control. Memory loss may be more apparent, while personality changes may be difficult to diagnose because of environmental or situational factors that might also be at play.Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2l9r9mT