Understanding Slight and Transient Brain Injury

Slight and Transient Brain InjuryIf you are suffering from a brain injury, or know someone who is, you are probably aware of the struggles that go along with it. From memory loss to trouble focusing, the list of symptoms can be extensive. However, acquiring a slight and transient brain injury or a traumatic brain injury does not mean that you or those suffering from the injury must stop living life. At TryMunity, an online community full of support groups and health information, we believe that healing and life are very possible after brain injuries.

Understanding a Brain Injury

One of the most common impairments of the brain is a slight and transient brain injury, otherwise known as a concussion. Unfortunately concussions are occurring more frequently in athletes and industrial workers. Anyone suffering from a concussion should receive medical care immediately. Some of the most common symptoms of this type of brain injury include:

  • Headache or cranial pressure
  • Amnesia surrounding the trauma
  • Seeing stars and feeling dizzy
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Dazed appearance
  • Great fatigue

If you ever notice anyone exhibiting these symptoms, it is imperative that they receive immediate medical care. Untreated concussions can lead to more serious health problems down the road as bleeding in the brain can be fatal.

Finding Hope and Support

Even though a slight and transient brain injury can be serious, at TryMunity we are dedicated to helping you or your loved ones through the healing process. We offer a great network of support and encouragement alongside medical advice and latest research for understanding brain injuries. If you or someone you know is ready to begin healing from an injury to the brain, please come join our community. You can share your story, read up on the best in health care for brain injuries, and receive encouragement from around the globe.