Traumatic Brain Injury – Not Just a Bump on the Noggin

Traumatic Brain Injury or TBI is the leading cause of death for persons under age of 45 in the United States. It’s estimated that an accident that results in a TBI occurs every 15 seconds. This has resulted in 5 million Americans that currently suffer from some form of TBI disability.

These injuries usually occur in motor vehicle accidents, falls, and sports injuries. It can happen in the blink of an eye and seem like a simple bump on the noggen but have consequences for a lifetime. It can result in comas, amnesia, and even death. To help victims and the families of victims we are collecting information on various TBI topics below.

Preventing Brain Injury

The best counter-measure against injury is prevention. Always protect your head from injury as best you can! It never hurts to wear a helmet. But in case, against all your best efforts, you or someone you know becomes a victim of TBI learn about how to deal with TBI outcomes and how to recover from them below.

Another resource that I would highly recommend for those that have been recently stricken with a traumatic brain injury and their friends, family, and caregivers, is a guide written by a fellow TBI survivor. This eBook tells about how a TBI from a car accident changed her life and how she recovered from the inability to focus, terrible migraines, and a 47-point IQ reduction. I would encourage you to take a look through this link.

Parts of Brain Trauma

Parts of Brain Trauma Parts Of Brain And How They're Affected By Trauma Brain injury symptoms come in many forms. This often makes it hard to diagnose brain trauma. The…


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