Brain damage or brain injury is the destruction or degeneration of brain cells.


Traumatic brain injury (TBI), traumatic injuries to the brain, also called ...
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Head and Brain Injuries Symptoms

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Signs and symptoms
... The signs and symptoms of a concussion can be subtle and may not appear immediately. Symptoms can last for days, weeks or longer. Your behavior, mental ability and physical skills all are linked to sp...
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... A violent blow to your head can cause your brain to slide forcefully against the inner wall of your skull. This can result in bleeding in or around your brain and the tearing of nerve fibers. A concus...
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Head and Brain Injuries Prevention

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... The following tips may help you to prevent or minimize your risk of head injury: Wear a helmet during recreational activities. When bicycling, motorcycling, skiing, horseback riding, skating or engagi...
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Head and Brain Injuries Treatment

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... If you''ve experienced a concussion, it''s common not to remember the events right before, during and immediately after your injury. Memory of these events may never come back. After recovery, however...
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... Rest is the best recovery technique. Healing takes time. Some over-the-counter and prescription drugs may relieve headache pain, but talk to your doctor before taking any medications, especially aspir...
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Head and Brain Injuries Support

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Coping skills
... The process of healing from a concussion may take time, sometimes several months. These tips may help make for a smoother recovery: Get plenty of sleep at night and rest during the day. Return to norm...
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Head and Brain Injuries Other

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Coma, Including Persistent Vegetative State
... What is Coma, including Persistent Vegetative State?A coma is a profound or deep state of unconsciousness. The affected individual is alive but is not able to react or respond to life around him/her. ...
Source: Cleveland Clinic

... Your brain floats within your skull surrounded by cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). One of the functions of CSF is to cushion the brain from light bounces of everyday movement. However, the fluid may not be ...
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Head and Brain Injuries Articles


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