What are the common indicators and symptoms of a traumatic brain injury?
Traumatic brain injuries, or TBI’s, are one of the most devastating injuries someone can sustain in an accident. One of the common indicators or symptoms associated with TBI is headaches, nausea, dizziness, sensitivity to light and sound, memory loss, fatigue, irritability, or mood changes. One of the most devastating symptoms associated with TBI was recently discovered by the Veterans Health Administration when they performed a cohort study of over 350,000 veterans. The VA discovered that even with a concussion and without a loss of consciousness, you will have a twofold increase in the risk of dementia. Now imagine having memory loss to you or your family members. That’s a tragedy.