There are many people who go through life without realizing that they may be suffering the effects of a traumatic brain injury. There are so many different symptoms that can go undiagnosed, because you are not aware of them.
"While MRI and CAT scans are often normal, the individual has cognitive problems such as headache, difficulty thinking, memory problems, attention deficits, mood swings and frustration. These injuries are commonly overlooked. Even though this type of TBI is called "mild", the effect on the family and the injured person can be devastating." from Traumatic Brain Injury.com
TBI has a broad spectrum of symptoms and didabilities which may or may not show up at the onset of the injury.
You may have a sence of dispar or shock relating to your brain injury, which makes it difficult to recover. There are organizaitons and medical doctors providing more information about TBI and ways to assist people in recovery. It is important to have a supportive team of family and friends to assist you in recovering and realigining your brain to function healthily again.
This forum offers a supportive environment for victims and their caregivers to find and share information about this condition.
Improve the life of someone in your life who has suffered from TBI.