What is a Concussion?
Concussions can occur at any point in a persons life. Any knock on the head can lead to a concussion, it just depends on how hard the knock happens to be. Concussions are more common in athletes who compete in contact sports, although they can happen at any moment. There are various moments in a persons life that can cause a concussion. Those who work in manual labour might find that they are more prone to concussions due their environment. The affects of a concussion can last for an extended period of time depending on the severity of the bump.
There are various symptoms to a concussion, all of which are clearly identifiable. One will find themselves feeling dizzy, receiving headaches, vomiting and memory loss. These symptoms will affect the overall mood of the individual as well as their physical wellbeing. Symptoms of a concussion can be instant in certain cases. Repeated concussions can take their toll on the brain of the individual, with brain damage being a certainty. Some concussions are not that severe, leading people to believe that this is a simple headache, nothing more nothing less. Although this seems like nothing, repeated hits to the brain of any nature will cause lasting damage.
When does having a Concussion become a mental issue?
Concussions are never not a mental issue, although the mental issue at hand here is based around anxiety and depression. These are both mental ailments that affect the overall morale of the individual, often leaving them scared to live their lives as normal. It can be difficult to see a way out of these ailments, especially when you are someone suffering from repeat concussions. There are many athletes out there that will be forced to retire from their respected sports due to repeated concussions. The fear of concussions can be far greater than the concussion itself which can affect performance which is never a good thing.
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Those tired of the various symptoms surrounding a concussion might find that The Hudson Mind Theory (HMT) could be the answer they’ve been looking for. This theory allows one the ability to remove negative thoughts from the brain itself, thus allowing one the ability to control the pain they are suffering with internally rather than externally to the behest of those around you. Without the need to lash out, one will find they live a much happier and care-free life by proxy. This is a tried and tested method of recovery that is perfect for those that happen to be suffering from a concussion. The methods taught here can also be applied in worrying about the potential of a concussion also.
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