Symptoms of Concussion

In this article we will discuss about various Symptoms of Concussion. So let’s get started.

Symptoms

Headache

Dizziness

Disorientation

Vertigo

Tinnitus

Hearing Loss

Emotional lability

Irritability

Slow Mental Processing

Blurred Vision

Cognitive Dysfunction and Impairment

Primitive Motor Response

Sleep Disturbance

Sensory Impairment

Altered Taste and Smell

Depression

Anxiety

Fatigue

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2 thoughts on “Symptoms of Concussion

  1. I hit my head very hard one time snowboarding at Copper Mountain and had a concussion. It is very painful and disorienting to smash your brain against your skull. I had a helmet, but those only protect a person to a certain degree. I had to ride the lift back down after that and when I got back to the lodge, I ended up sleeping for several hours. I should have seen a doctor, but I was out of it and I just wanted to lay down. My head hurt so bad and I was very tired. Hope that never happens again! God bless!

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