Brain Injuries can have drastic consequences and significant effects. A brain injury does not need to be severe for it to impact on an individual’s life. All too often, some of these effects can be ignored or dismissed as a complaint instead of being recognized as the effect or consequence of an injury. Common symptoms can include headaches, fatigue, dizziness, and nausea and memory loss. In the more severe cases patients can undergo a personality change, suffer from speech and language problems, and in the most severe cases suffer from hemiplegia or fall into a vegetative state.
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