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The Concussion Repair Manual: A Practical Guide to Recovering From Traumatic Brain Injuries

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  • An estimated 80 to 90 percent of people have had some form of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Military personnel, football players, soccer players and boxers tend to be at particularly high risk, but TBI can happen to anyone, for a range of reasons
  • An estimated 4 million to 6 million people are on disability due to chronic severe conditions resulting from their TBI, but many more have undocumented TBIs, be it from a car accident, slip and fall incident or simply hitting your head on a cabinet
  • Telltale signs of TBI include poor concentration, mood changes, irritability, changes in your ability to focus and follow through on mental tasks, poor word recall, foggy thinking and sleep problems
  • Long-term, chronic traumatic encephalopathy — low-grade accumulation of concussions over time — accelerates the process of dementia, raising your risk for neurological dysfunction and disease later in life
  • Treatment aids include floatation therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, photobiomodulation, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, transcranial direct current stimulation, neurofeedback and CBD oil

By Dr. Mercola

Dr. Dan Engle, board-certified in adult psychology and neurology, and who completed psychiatric fellowships in child, adolescent and forensic psychiatry, has written an indispensable guide to recovering from traumatic brain injury (TBI), “The Concussion Repair Manual: A Practical Guide to Recovering From Traumatic Brain Injuries.”


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