Last Modified on Jun 19, 2014
Aside from team rivalries and all out victories, brain injuries are one of the hottest topics in sports today. According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, sports and recreational activities alone are responsible for nearly 21% of brain injuries. No matter how you have developed an injury, though, you can employ a number of different methods to treat the condition, incorporating necessary medical attention as well as natural cures like omega-3 fats and turmeric.
What Is a Brain Injury?
Mayo Clinic explains a brain injury, or traumatic brain injury (TBI), as a condition that occurs when an external force causes brain dysfunction. The most common causes of TBI are a violent blow to your head or a jolt to your head and/or body. An object permeating the surface of your skull can also cause significant brain injury.
The prevalence of symptoms associated with a brain injury vary depending on the severity of your condition. Additionally, some symptoms may occur directly following the event or not manifest until days or even weeks later. Nevertheless, common signs of a brain injury include loss of consciousness, headache, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, and dizziness. Other symptoms include sensory issues such as blurred vision, sensitivity to light or sound, memory or concentration problems, and mood changes.
[YEA] Developmental Movement Therapy is a cure for brain damage.
I myself have used this therapy to recover from minor brain damage due to pesticide exposure. The therapist I worked with was also working with adults with very serious brain damage due to CPS, and head injuries.
The therapy is non-invasive, and relatively inexpensive. Read more about it here: http://www.thresholddance.org/developmental_movement.htm
Sue M. and anyone else interested- This is an audio interview I received today in which Dr. Daniel Amen speaks on brain health and that the good news is that through diet and lifestyle we can have good brain health and even restore it from damage. Because I know many people who come here on EC are always looking for more ways to enhance our health and have optimal brain function I thought this would be of great interest. Of course, another fact is how closely related our gut health is to our brain health. Many who come on here have digestion/ gut issues so understanding this connection is important to know. I have been fortunate enough to see this very knowledgeable doctor speak live with much passion and care for humanity. His books too are amazing for those who would like to learn even more. Here is the link to the interview:
I have learned so much from this man. I hope you enjoy. Lisa
Dear Ted, is it true edta cant cross the brain barrier? or go intracellular? What is the best for getting metal out of the brain? My brain arteries are full of ca. The prefrontal cortex is all damaged.
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