Causes, symptoms, and how to handle Concussion


Concussion sounds scary, although sometimes it can be right or wrong. Concussion itself is a temporary injury that inhibits the brain’s performance. In some cases, concussions makes head bruise, damage blood vessels, and cause nerve damage.

To learn more about the causes, symptoms, and how to deal with concussions, see the descriptions as reported by the Third Age.

Concussion is usually caused by a hard impact to the head. Whether because of a fall or accidentally banged head against a particular object, such as a door or cupboard.

Some common symptoms of concussion is pain in the head, dizziness, ear ringing, fainting, to amnesia. In more severe cases, concussion also cause the patient experience difficulty in speaking, nausea, vomiting, excessive fatigue, memory loss and inability to concentrate.

If a concussion is showing symptoms of fainting, vomiting or mental problems (such as difficulty speaking), you should immediately contact your doctor. Also, do not attempt to take aspirin, ibuprofen, or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs because it can lead to other more severe bleeding. Lastly, do not sleep for a few hours in order to better understand the symptoms of a concussion suffered.

That is the cause, symptoms, and how to deal with concussions conditions. Hopefully this is useful.