Time Alone Does Not Heal the Brain. Even "mild" injuries contribute to serious life challenges, including AD(H)D, depression, fog and fatigue, head and body pain, emotional swings, sleep problems, weight gain, crippling anxiety and PTSD. Despite their struggles, victims of head injury are often dismissed as "lazy" or "failing to live up to their potential," adding to confusion and self-doubt. Many do not remember injuries (especially from childhood) or if they do, assume that because they don't remember losing consciousness, the injury "doesn't count." Here you will learn what actually happens in concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Best of all, you will learn about new therapies and research that have helped children and adults, athletes and war veterans get their lives back, years or decades after the original injury. Book jacket.
Round Earth Publishing
Healing TBI Symptoms with Neurofeedback and Without Drugs
Mind, Body & Spirit