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How Does Visual Memory Work
2 years w tbi, symptoms of headaches, fatigue, slow visual working memory, processing. Back to work, feel 100%. But what to watch out for now?
Long term sequelae: Tbi (traumatic brain injury) may have sequelae several years after the injury. The greater the severity of the injury, the more likely the sequelae. Post-traumatic hydrocephalus or normal pressure hydrocephalus may occur years after the injury. Chronic fluid collections outside of the brain (subdural hematomas) may also occur. Further work-up by your physician may include additional studies (mri). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No credible evidence: Like many supplements, procera avh has limited internal supposed research or evidence is based on speculation from original research on component ingredients. The one study on avh is in a discontinued journal & far from the respected medical mainstream. There is real opportunity for neutral to negative effects from use. Talk with your doctor about your sx &otc products you use /considering. ...Read more
Save your money: It does NOT help, and this has been proven via numerous formal and informal studies. ...Read more
Brain power: Improved memory cannot be attained with a simple fix. Rather, it takes optimization of many factors. Stay mentally active, socialize regularly, get organized, sleep well, eat a healthy diet, exercise, and manage chronic conditions. Improved memory only comes with persistence and practice. See your physician for discussion. http://www.webmd.com/balance/features/improve-your-memory ...Read more
?: First get enough sleep - whats usually good for you, not less. Depression and anxiety will disrupt concentration & memory. If these are present, check with a therapist. It may also be that youhave adult add. Best to take it seriously and work with a psychiatrist to evaluate this. Too many possibe causes to work out alone. ...Read more
Is there a pill or something to help improve memory? I have the hardest time & its been affecting my work
Memory: Need to find the cause & remedy that. Start with medical evaluation by your family doc. ...Read more
I work in the night shift. Can I still manage a healthy well-being and a good memory? Any particular nutrition targets?
Yes: Sleep is the most important issue. Try to set up a regular sleep cycle. You should continue your exercise routine during daylight hours if possible. Good nutrition is important but can't be covered here. It is easy to over eat when working nights. Pay attention to your caloric intake. ...Read more
Is there any way to "flash" images into visual memory? Any studies on this? I've noticed that relaxing+flashing the light on and off helps. Any ideas?
Interesting: Are you really interested in this field of research? I encourage you to do a bit of internet research and contact the researcher that catches your interest. ...Read more
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