A brain injury can affect nearly every aspect of your life. After the accident, you may be unable to return to your job, go back to school, participate in the activities you enjoy, etc.
Traumatic brain injuries are common and the Brain Trauma Foundation states that among those between the ages of 1 to 44, TBIs are the leading cause of disability. Learning to cope with your new reality can be difficult, but the following tips may help you adjust and move forward.
Recovering from a brain injury takes time and may not occur as fast as you hope. Allow yourself to accept help from friends and family members and consult with your doctor as you make a return to normal life.
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