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Trauma after Brain Injury

Trauma after Brain Injury

Brain trauma can affect physical functions as well as emotions, behaviors, cognition, communication and social skills. These changes can be immediate and visible; other changes can appear over time and are more subtle. Understanding the many functions of the brain is the first step to coping with these changes.


Sleep after Brain Injury

Sleep disorders after brain injury are common. Sleep patterns can change after a brain injury or TBI, such as trouble falling and staying asleep, waking up too early in the morning and not being able to fall back to sleep. Post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD can make sleep disorders even more difficult for survivors and family. This tip card helps all survivors with sleep disorders understand the causes, symptoms and available treatments. It includes tips and strategies for coping with sleep disorders.
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