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How to Handle Traumatic Brain Injury and the ICU

How to Handle Traumatic Brain Injury and the ICU

If you have a loved one that is in the ICU due to a traumatic brain injury, you might feel as if you have been forgotten. After all, you are scared and fearful for what the future might hold. It might be your child, a spouse, or a sibling. No matter who it is, you...

The Tests and Procedures Common for TBI Sufferers

The Tests and Procedures Common for TBI Sufferers

Since you never know when a loved one might suffer a traumatic brain injury, it is helpful to know what will happen in the immediate aftermath. Because you are dealing with the brain, many of the tests and procedures that will be used are unfamiliar and possibly even...

How to Fall-Proof Your Home to Protect the Elderly

How to Fall-Proof Your Home to Protect the Elderly

With average life expectancy only expected to increase in the coming decades, it is more important than ever before to consider ways to protect the elderly. Since elderly individuals are more prone to fall related injuries than other segments of the population, this...

6 Free Apps That Help People With a TBI

6 Free Apps That Help People With a TBI

People suffering from a traumatic brain injury will need your help to varying degrees. However, it is always important to help encourage independence to the extent possible given the extent of their injury. You will not always be able to perform certain tasks for...

How to Help People with a TBI Use Support Tools

How to Help People with a TBI Use Support Tools

No matter how serious a traumatic brain injury may be, certain cognitive challenges and issues will arise as a result. Memory loss may occur, difficulty with performing routine tasks may be encountered, and it may be impossible to adhere to any type of organization or...

4 Ways TBI’s Impact Irritability

4 Ways TBI’s Impact Irritability

If you know someone who is suffering from a traumatic brain injury, you might notice that they become more irritable than they did before. Oftentimes, this irritability seems to come out of nowhere and feel totally unjustified. You might even fall into the trap of...

How to Handle Traumatic Brain Injury and the ICU

How to Handle Traumatic Brain Injury and the ICU

If you have a loved one that is in the ICU due to a traumatic brain injury, you might feel as if you have been forgotten. After all, you are scared and fearful for what the future might hold. It might be your child, a spouse, or a sibling. No matter who it is, you...

How Sleep Disorders Impact People with TBI

How Sleep Disorders Impact People with TBI

Many people suffering from a traumatic brain disorder (TBI) find that the presence of a sleep disorder exacerbates their symptoms. This can make it difficult to get the rest that is needed to recover from the injury in the first place. Not being able to sleep properly...

Finding Balance After Traumatic Brain Injury

Finding Balance After Traumatic Brain Injury

Balancing is a skill that many of us take for granted. It’s needed to perform life’s most basic activities, like walking, sitting, standing, bending, running, and even rolling over in bed. Most don’t realize that going through the day without falling or tripping is a...

The Role of Physical Therapy in TBI

The Role of Physical Therapy in TBI

A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) results from a bump or blow to the head, or a fall, that causes a sudden shift in the brain’s functioning. Its severity changes on a case-by-case basis, but typically a TBI is recognized only when physical and behavioral changes start to...

3 Effective TBI Recovery Tips for Adults

3 Effective TBI Recovery Tips for Adults

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) results from sudden damage inflicted to the brain in the form of a bump, blow, jolt, or penetrating trauma to the head. It’s one of the leading contributors of death and disability among adults. But, not all blows to the head results in...

Can Traumatic Brain Injury Lead to PTSD?

Can Traumatic Brain Injury Lead to PTSD?

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are two debilitating conditions that hold power to completely alter lives with their own unique shadow of symptoms and side-effects. But sometimes, the conditions may coexist within the same...