Effects of concussion in the right parietal lobe - Concussion ptsd dementia

How Do You Treat A Concussion ? How Do You Treat A Concussion

A concussion is an injury to the brain caused due to severe trauma caused by an impact to the head. It is usually accompanied by confusion, blurred vision, headache, loss of memory, and, sometimes, loss of consciousness.More...

 

Concussion Check List

Concussion Check List

Here is a concussion checklist that is also approved and endorsed by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. This checklist is quite comprehensive and can be used at any time it is suspected that a person has suffered from a concussion.More...

 

Effects Of Concussion In The Right Parietal Lobe

Effects Of Concussion In The Right Parietal Lobe

Human brain is made up of two hemispheres the right and the left hemisphere. Although the two hemispheres are symmetrical, functionally they are quite different from each other. Further each hemisphere is divided into four sections or lobes.More...

 

 

Concussion PTSD Dementia

Concussion Ptsd Dementia

Recently researchers in the US found that soldiers who have suffered concussion during Iraq war are more likely to experience post traumatic stress disorder (PSTD) and other physical health problems a few months after coming home.More...

 

Head Injuries On Skateboards Prevention

Head Injuries On Skateboards Prevention

Though skateboarding is a popular recreational activity and gives you a low-impact aerobic exercise but the recent increase in skateboard injuries is causing great concern worldwide. The most common and most serious injury sustained while skateboarding, is head injury.More...

 

How Long Does A Concussion Last ?

How Long Does A Concussion Last

Symptoms of concussions, such as confusion, blurred vision, headache, loss of memory, and, sometimes, loss of consciousness, can last anywhere from a few seconds to a few hours to a few days. This depends on the severity of the impact. Sometimes, concussions last just a few moments. Other times, a person can be unconscious (knocked out or passed out) for a couple of minutes or longer.More...