Concussion, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Updated on March 11, 2015 By Pressure Guy 25 Comments If you like this animation, LIKE us on Facebook: nucleusinc.com/facebook nucleusinc.com/medical-animations This 3D medical animation sh… By Pressure Guy 25 Comments izzy mcgill March 11, 2015 Thane hawkson is your friend alright now. I had a similar experiencr when i was about 8, i was running after friends and tried to jump a bench qmand triped going face first into concrete, the only thing wrong with me was a cut nose and my tooth ramed into my lip swelling it like a balloon, but i was lucky cause i didnt have concuccusion. Jenny Geuken March 11, 2015 hmm, when i was younger, i was rollerblanding indoors and fell backwards and hit the back of my head hard on concrete. It was throbbing for about ten minutes but then i felt ok. After a few hours i put on a helmet and i started feeling so strange. like i was in a dreamworld or like i was tipsy. And it was like that or a few days. eventually it stopped and only happened if i was ina a place i ad never seen before. Doctors did not really know what had happened but it showed signs of bleeding in the brain and i pressume it dissaappeares as the swelling did. However I still wonder if it has affected me in more permanent insever way, like or example my bad memory, lack of concentration and such. would be nice to blame it on something 😉 haha. KawaiiCuocakeLPS ™ March 11, 2015 Today I hit my head on ice. And I only wanted to shoot a video but it didnt work I hit my jead right back and my cap fallee down and I hit the ice it hurted soooo bad. But I feel smarter I dont now why? Mmmmm dont care 0_0 Faulkzie March 11, 2015 Had a tbi at a motocross track talkings fine, memories getting better everyday, just I hopped in a ute to practice in a paddock the other day reactions Arnt quite 100% yet I’m sure I’ll get there:) Dish shelf March 11, 2015 Help this survivor of an awful traumatic brain injury come home to his family. Please take 5 minutes of your time to read his story here : http://www.gofundme.com/getgughome Romeo Gallegos March 11, 2015 but you can’t fell the pain because the brain doesn’t have any pain resepiters Kazuo Sato March 11, 2015 When I was in childhood, I got hit in the backhead by a metal baseball bat. Ever since, I had problems with speaking and hearing. Sometimes, I had a trouble with my feelings and short-time memory. AshleyB2004 March 11, 2015 I don’t have Facebook but I gave a like mark sanchez March 12, 2015 I just got in wreck I now see thing floating at night coming at me Lone Wanderer March 12, 2015 Headbanging too hard Josh Jones March 12, 2015 For the people in the comments that are suffering from post-concussive syndrome: there is something you should try that may help lessen or get rid of the post concussive symptoms you are experiencing. From personal experience, seeing an osteopath and cranial sacral therapist made me feel the same as I did before the concussion (the problems with cognitive function and vision were completely gone after my 3rd session with an osteopath). Head trauma can causes misalignments of the cranial bones which effect the proper flow of blood and cranial fluid to the brain. Restoring the proper alignment can help with the symptoms of a concussion. I’d strongly recommend that anyone with post concussion syndrome see an osteopath or cranial sacral therapist with 10+ years of experience. Jessica Toresco March 12, 2015 Hi everyone, I have a severe TBI, got hit by a FORD F-450 that rammed my scion and my head into a palm tree. I didn’t break any bones just hit my head and now my whole life has changed. Walk with a cain, face is crooked cant remember my dogs name… but hey its better than the alternative.What helped me was seeing other survivors getting better so I started a website to help other like me. If anyone has suffered a TBI and would like to help others by sharing their story let me know, I will post on my site. CYA, keep believing in Miracles Desiree Derr March 12, 2015 *Concussion. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)* Concussions are not inconsequential. During a concussion there is axonal shearing and a chain reaction leading to the death of many neurons. People who are exposed to many concussions (sometimes there is no need of a direct blow to suffer it), like rugby players, can suffer long term repercussions and concussions can even cause premature dementia. Samy Gouda March 12, 2015 Check out this video on YouTube: The Cosmic Rabbit Federation March 12, 2015 i just learned the brain is just one gaint freaking fiber optic cable wrapped around small camras poking out of your eye balls mini harddrive shesh XD lol Thane Hawkson March 12, 2015 My friend male 13years of age was playing chasey when someone tripped him he went flying about a meter or two and hit his head on lime stone that’s all I know about what happened but he said that he has a throbbing head ache and that he’s in a lot of pain and he had trouble speaking what should I do?? David Simpson March 12, 2015 It’s almost unreal when people say they have hit their head somewhere and had memory loss and not being able to talk. Makes me scared and I’ve also hit my head against another head when I was playing football. I dont think i had memory loss or lack of speech but i did have loads of headache and head pain for days. Quinton Mendoza March 12, 2015 this made me extremely uncomfortable. wear your helmets when youre going gnar kids… remember KP Katja Asta Susanna Tissari March 12, 2015 Hidden ancienknoledge or adhd altering disorder characteristic n detection of them to chaos… There never been that b4!! That’s for the trauma felt to the front don’t care of knowing nor love Todd Metzger March 12, 2015 When I was eight, I got hit in the forehead by a metal baseball bat. Ever since, I have problems with speaking (it takes me a moment to say something, sometimes) I get headaches every day, I get mood swings, I have trouble with my short-term memory, balance issues, and sometimes I come off as mean when I’m not trying to be, etc. The brain is one fragile organ. AYYAPPAN ARJUN March 12, 2015 Paul Coats March 12, 2015 Amazing job. I want to use this in Montana’s Save the Brain concussion Campaign! Christian Laws March 12, 2015 Hit my head hard asf on a wooden chair, my life slick slumped now, JJ vdS March 12, 2015 Una buena presentación Willemijn Deborah Ekechukwu March 12, 2015 neurology!!!! Comments are closed.