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    COMMON
    CONCUSSION
    SYMPTOMS

    Concussion symptoms can appear within minutes of impact but can also take several hours or days to emerge. Symptoms can also change and others can develop when the brain is stressed with use.

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    Headache

    Concussion related headaches often occur unexpectedly and can last for several hours, days, or even weeks.

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    Fatigue

    Your brain will seem to have less energy and even after minimal amounts of effort you might feel worn out or tired.

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    Memory & Concentration Difficulties

    Memory deficits as well as difficulties with paying attention or concentrating are common with concussions.

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    Brain Fog

    The term “Brain Fog” refers to feelings of confusion, forgetfulness, and a lack of mental clarity related to concussions.

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    Sleep Issues

    With a concussion, you may experience challenges with falling asleep or staying asleep – even if you’re feeling tired.

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    Mood Changes

    You might experience drastic changes in mood. Feeling abnormally sad or irritable is common with a concussion.

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    Noise Sensitivity

    You may experience ringing or buzzing in the ears when exposed to loud sounds or when in noisy environments.

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    Vision Problems

    Light sensitivity, blurry vision, and difficulties with judging distance are common symptoms of a concussion.

    Are You Experiencing Concussion Symptoms?

    If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, it’s important to get properly assessed by a concussion specialist as soon as possible. The success and length of your recovery process will depend on the severity of your concussion and if you get the appropriate treatment. The team of concussion specialists at Broadview can help treat the physiological, vestibulo-ocular, and the cervicogenc components of your concussion. With early therapy and treatment, we can provide relief for your concussion symptoms and speed up the recovery process!