Psychiatric Issues After Brain Injury

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Learning patience and acceptance of self after a TBI can be incredibly painful. It takes time and fortitude. Produced by Victoria Tilney McDonough and Brian King, BrainLine.

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Ann says:

Epilepsy, domestic violence, concussions, head injury 😢.
Anxiety, depression.
20 years seizure free.
The meds caused EPS.
DYSTONIA, PARKINSONISM, TARDIVE DYSKINESIA, and Akathisia, and brain 🧠 injury according to my neurologist. It's progressing …

Midnight Mogui says:

I breathed in a toxin at work. This caused 'enormous' 24/7 headaches for 3 months. Now, I have double vision in both eyes…everytime I push or indeed stand for too long I get enormous left sided headaches, double vision gets worse, fatigue etc. My neurologist says my scans are ok but I simply can't push out of it. I spend most days seated. It's been over a year now. I'm so unhappy. Does anyone know what I should do?

In-Justice says:

Hey can you please tell me this:
If you KNOW you have a brain injury, but are DIAGNOSED with schizophrenia, but “they” won’t acknowledge brain injury, so they drug you according to being schizophrenic…. How does that affect you??

As a doctor told me bc a brain injury is irreversible, it’s pointless, and can be very harmful, to “medicate” (drug) someone with an ABI AS IF a schizophrenic…

neil brown says:

2014 MY tbi also sub arracnoid hemorage and sbdural hematomas I`m still alive but frightened because of the greater increase of stroke.

ayla lanman says:

Its like your brain is full of memories you cant remember, you know that you know it but you cannot remember it.

Emily McArthur says:

When I was 10 I was swinging on a big swing set and was going really high when the chain link snapped and I flew and did a face plant into hard packed sand, I don’t remember anything except waking up in a hospital, throwing up constantly, and repeating the same sentence over and over again. I had no mental health issues before this event and now I’m 23 – diagnosed with bipolar 1 and generalized anxiety disorder and my psychiatrist believes my brain injury has sparked these illnesses and it explains a lot. The timeline of my mental health issues lines up perfectly with what happened to me and I often wonder “what if I didn’t get a severe concussion?” Would I be normal today? Would my life have been a lot easier? So interesting how this stuff happens.

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Andy CowBoy says:

This is happened to me a brain 🧠 injury TBI

Mark Nichols says:

I had a severe brain injury 18th Sept 2017, cycling and van drove in my rear at 70mph. Broke nearly everything as well. Ive been diagnosed with bipolar also in last 6 months. Its a bizarre life and been a huge learning curve. I’ll never work again and given 10 years life expectancy so not good.

Everyone just try enjoy everyday , I try i live alone as I don’t feel safe around people but try hard to enjoy a walk or even a cake. No sense of taste unless incredibly sweet.

Eric Taylor says:

I know a story of a lady who healed from a TBI with a raw vegan diet. It took several months to see results but ventually she was able to return to her high paying career.

Randy Claywell says:

TwoTBIs when I was very young and a cluster of three about 6 years ago. Absolutely no help. No idea as to what was happening. In a fight to get help: a hard, hard fight.

Username says:

Is there any way for this to be reversed?

Самил Петров says:

My power steering went out while rounding a curve, and i drove 30ft straight off of a bluff. I hit the fuck out of my head on the steering wheel and passed out for an indefinite amount of time. I had major symptoms of concussions for a year after, but doctors told me there was nothing to stress over. I was 17.

I'm now 20, and schizophrenic. I dont know if the brain injury sped things up or caused it, but if you ever get your head banged up, get an MRI. It could save you a lot of fear and misery

vada vasquez says:

I was shot in the head when i was 15 ,November 16 of this year will make it 8 years but i am still struggling with daily task and i feel like my life is falling apart, your video helped to shed some light, Thank you.

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