Traumatic Brain Injuries
These Types Of Injures Often Result In Permanent Damage
Our brains control every action our bodies take, from commanding the muscles
in your fingers to tie up your shoelaces to making sure that our lungs
keep cycling air even when we do not realize that it’s happening.
Despite protection from our skulls, our brains are incredibly fragile.
Sometimes, slight bumps can cause complications that impede our ability
to function, and more severe impacts can cause serious and potentially
irreversible damage. The most severe of these injures, known as a traumatic
brain injury (TBI), can permanently affect the signals our brains send
out and change the way we function, interact with, and perceive the world.
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Symptoms Associated With TBIs
Victims suffering from a TBI may face different symptoms depending on the
severity of their injury. However, any injury to your brain will have
a negative effect on your physical, mental and cognitive abilities:
- Nausea and / or vomiting
- Confusion and / or disorientation
- Fatigue and / or drowsiness
- Dizziness and / or loss of balance
- Difficulty falling and / or staying asleep
- Toe and / or finger numbness or weakness
- Loss of consciousness
- Clear fluids dripping or flowing from your nose or ears
- Convulsions or seizures
- Dilated pupils
- Changes in your ability to smell
- Bad taste in your mouth
- Increased sensitivity to light and sound
- Blurred vision
- Ringing in your ears
Mental or Cognitive Symptoms:
- Memory or concentration issues
- Changes in mood
- Anxiety or depression
- Unusual behavior including agitation, combativeness, etc.
- Serious confusion
- Slurred words
Often, these symptoms persist and may cause permanent damage. Traumatic
Brain Injuries often result in massive hospital and therapy bills due
to the severity and complexity of these injuries.
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If someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing resulted in your TBI,
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