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Can a TBI Get Worse Over Time? Recovery Chances from a Head Injury Years Later

Can a TBI get worse over time? The short answer is: yes, it can. Every brain injury is different and even though many secondary effects of a brain injury improve with time, others may linger and interfere with rehabilitation.  Survivors with long-term effects can often present signs of decline in their recovery process. Fortunately, there […]

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Home Remedies for Head Injury: 10 Effective Ways to Heal the Brain Naturally

After a brain injury, survivors may experience a variety of lingering secondary effects. While pharmaceutical drugs and/or medical procedures can help treat these effects, there are many home remedies for head injury that are just as effective. The brain has the ability to heal naturally after sustaining trauma with various types of homeopathic remedies. This […]

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Post-Traumatic Tremors: Understanding Shaking After Head Injury

Tremors after brain injury, also known as post-traumatic tremors, are a rare side effect of TBI. They mostly occur after damage to the cerebellum. Sometimes, however, other movement disorders can cause symptoms that look like tremors but are in fact something else. Tremors are involuntary muscle contractions that create shaking movements in the head or […]

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Tinnitus After Head Injury: Understanding Ringing In the Ear

Many survivors may experience ringing in the ear, or tinnitus, after head injury. The sound may be steady, or pulsating, and it may seem as if it is coming from afar but only you can hear it. Tinnitus is a symptom of traumatic brain injury that can be caused by a variety of factors. Therefore, […]

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Seizures After Head Injury: Understanding How a Post-Traumatic Seizure Can Occur

Individuals may experience seizures after head injury depending on the areas of the brain affected. For example, an injury to the frontal lobe can increase the risk of a frontal lobe seizure. Generally, the more severe a traumatic brain injury, the higher the chances of developing a seizure. Understanding how a post traumatic seizure may […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury and Intestinal Dysfunction: Can a Head Injury Cause Digestive Problems?

There are various secondary effects survivors may experience after traumatic brain injury and intestinal dysfunction is among the most common. This can include a variety of digestive problems such as stomach ulcers, food intolerance, and gastritis, just to name a few. Though studies are currently being conducted to find the direct cause, there are many […]

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