Traumatic brain injury is a problem that affects more people than you think. Falls are often the culprit, accounting for 32 percent of these injuries. These injuries are so complex because one moment you may be fine, and then your life may abruptly change in just a few months. Fortunately, there are ways you can deal with this increasingly common problem both personally and legally.
Identify and Monitor Symptoms
TBI can be sorted into three groups depending on severity: mild, moderate, and severe. Mild TBI is generally classified as confusion or disorientation in a period of 30 minutes or less. You’ll typically experience memory and attention problems, headaches, difficulty thinking, and mood swings periodically throughout the day. Because these symptoms are minor, they often go unnoticed and unreported. Other symptoms that might be associated with minor TBI include nausea, loss of smell, slowness in thinking, irritability, depression, and seizures. Read more from this blog: