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Examining the changes created by a traumatic brain injury

When people are involved in a car accident in California, recognizing that something happened and that they sustained severe injuries can sometimes be a slow process. This is especially true if people have been the victim of a traumatic brain injury. Depending on the severity of their injury, they may have had to spend significant time in a hospital or rehab facility before being sent home. In other cases where the injury is not as severe, it will still require an adjustment as people learn to cope with the changes that have taken place in their brain. 

According to Psychology Today, car accidents are the most common reason why traumatic brain injuries happen. They are caused when a person's head is hit with extreme force or with an object, both of which affect a person's head and brain. Often, the severity of a head injury is ranked depending on how long the person was unconscious for after the initial blow of force. Memory loss can be a side effect of brain injury and may come back over time. However, there are situations where a person's memory is never fully recovered and specific abilities have to be relearned with the help of therapy. 

For people who have been the victim of a traumatic brain injury, the Mayo Clinic suggests some things they can do to help them effectively manage the changes that have taken place. For example, having a routine that is consistent and expected can reduce anxiety and confusion as people relearn things about their body. They should also consider breaking any task down into smaller steps to make processes more manageable.   

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