Traumatic Brain Injury Symptoms

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Head injuries are common but if you know the signs of TBI and get prompt medical treatment, people often recover, returning to the lives they’ve always lived.

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Quandale Pingle says:

i have been severly brain damaged due to touching water without drinking it
the more you know

ReadySteadyGo says:

Informative

robert jay romantico says:

paano b mkkalakad ang naaksidente ngkaroon po ng fracture sa ulo.. salamat po

JW WONDERLAND1981 says:

I got no empathy from anybody after my accident. Family and coworkers acted like my symptoms were a funny joke.. I hope your experience is better and Godspeed to you in healing. I am glad I went to cognitive therapy and depression counseling, it helped a lot, and I found some friends. The depression was and is strange. I didn't mope around, I just no longer cared or showed joy or concern for life. The veil for all this materialistic and superficial stuff in my life had been removed. I started wanting to help others, no longer worrying about death, I started to enjoy each day, slowly but surely getting past the doldrums of wanting to sit in a cold, dark room by myself and cursing the world.

Marshall Couto says:

this video feel like someone just saying "getting hit in the head can cause problems" then they list obvious stuff this really cant help anyone learn about concussions

Tyler james says:

Imagine having tbi with uncontrolled epilepsy and a wife who ignores you and won't even drive you to the doctor then divorces you on Feb 15 this year my birthday is the 13 and valentines day she threw my clothes in a pile and hung her clothes and then kicked me out of the house and demanded a divorce cut of my finances all 2 months after we bought a house I am pretty sure she is used me to get the house and she can't give me a real reason

Leaper M says:

My baby fell from the bed.

Thank you! says:

I have a TBI and while the information is really good, I can't concentrate because of the LOUD music. I can't think with any music on at all. Please, just say the words, don't use music. Thank you.

Elinore Berkley says:

more bull shit from youtube or should I say BOOB Tube?

kawaiianimelover says:

I had 3 concussions in my life I have short term memory loss front lobe back lobe I felt sick dizzy headaches very emotionally upset easily this fits me I say a word but another word came out I get upset over my speech I just got back from the hospital I had 4 sizures in a row days after I hit my head

Thomas Fields says:

And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment: (Heb 9:27)
For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast. (Ephesians 2:8-9)
The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance. (2 Peter 3:9)
I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. (Luke 13:5)

Cooper Brain says:

Help me appreciate Dr iyaremoses on YouTube for assisting me in curing my anosmia/herpes disease with his herbs

Beta.testers says:

Im still suffering from car accident since 2011 and i still have this fractured in my forehead im still depressed every now and then i still remember this accident that was fault of other person that are dunks driving ,,, how can i overcome with this 🥺🥺🥺

oliviah kibogy says:

I fall from the ladder this week and am scared 😱

Lennox Morgan says:

I and my junior brother saving grace was Dr Madida on YouTube that cure me of Tinnitus and Anosmia condition.

In-Justice says:

My brother has been heavily drugged as a schizophrenic for 2 decades when I know it’s an ABI from an accident. But they failed to review his history and drugged him as “loopy”, ever since they refuse to admit fault or review him- to conceal medical negligence

Joshua Rivera says:

I suffered a TBI after my pickup fell on my head. I'm alive and well for the most part. I'm just kinda blind now. It beats being dead though!

Michael Skinner says:

Drugs and alcohol can make a TBI or PTSD worse

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