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After Head Injury Retention Of Water By Brain
I've been having fears of brain/head injury from daily life/activities (Any contact to head/perceived one).It's been a burden, any advices?
See psychologist: You answers the question when you described this irrational fear as a burden. The basis of wanting to protect against head injury is laudable at face. Wearing a helmet in sports, bicycle, motorcycle etc is not only reasonable but recommended; however, you sound overwhelmed by fear. This should be addressed with a psychologist or medical social worker to discover why the obsession and fix it now ...Read more
When i was 5 I got hit by a car, I had a serve head injury involving my brain. I am now 56 so that was 50 years ago. Since then I have been having he?
Head injury getting hit with keys to my head not heavy keys but at close range lasceration & 1staple what can cause brain swelling or internal bleed?
Immobilization: If the swimmer has a head injury, assume he has a neck injury as well. The neck must be immobilized and the head kept in a neutral position (looking straight up when on the back). If you have a float floatation device (surfboard, boogie board) and a 2nd rescuer, place the board directly underneath the swimmer's head and upper back. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Disinhibition: Head injured patients particularly those who have injuries to the frontal lobe can suffer from a condition called disinhibition. In this condition they will lose their normal social reservations and they can become downright mean and nasty. Dishonest or more likely careless responses from these patients can occur but usually disappear as the brain heals. ...Read more
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