TBI Victims: Dealing with Anxiety, Anger and Depression

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A person who suffers a traumatic brain injury (TBI) may experience depression because their social, mental, and emotional capabilities change. They can no longer participate or do the things they used to enjoy.

Anxiety often happens when a TBI victim feels overwhelmed or stressed. For example, large crowds, heavy traffic, and returning to work too soon can all trigger intense anxiety symptoms.

Research shows that 71% of people with a TBI show symptoms of anger and irritability. This may be due to damage in parts of the brain that control emotional processing and regulation, and these feelings can be extremely difficult for victims and their families to deal with.

If you or a family member suffered a traumatic brain injury, you need support and resources to get you the best treatment available. Let one of our San Luis Obispo brain injury lawyers defend you and work to get you money to pay for treatment and rehabilitation.

Parents of children with TBI can download a copy of our FREE cheat sheet “TBI Parents Guide: Caring For Children with Traumatic Brain Injury,” and may join our California Brain Injury Support Group Facebook page.

Get a free strategy session by calling our San Luis Obispo brain injury lawyers at (805) 586-0099 or visit us online at ernstlawgroup.com.

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Ernst Law Group
1020 Palm St
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

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Colin Munster says:

You find out 95% of people are fair weather friends.

Michele Fisher says:

Just anger for me. 😢😢😢

Fitness344 says:

Fantastic video. Thanks an unspeakable amount. To not have people like yourself actively educating, it would be a darker and harder road than it already feels like.

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