It’s a time of great uncertainty for the millions of people who have suffered a concussion or brain injury.
It has left them wondering what is next.
This week we look at the most common problems people have when it comes to their memory.
The problem is one of the biggest that the brains of people with concussion are not equipped to deal with, researchers say.
The brain is more than 100 million years old and it’s a complex system, which is why it takes years for recovery to start.
It also means that while there are different types of damage that can occur from a concussion, it is still difficult to say exactly what will happen to people who do recover from it.
The most common symptoms for people with a concussion are confusion, restlessness, sleep disturbances and memory loss.
You may experience some of these symptoms while you’re awake.
What’s the best way to get yourself back to a normal level of activity?
To get yourself to a more normal level you need to be aware of what’s going on around you.
This will help you to focus on what you need rather than what’s happening around you and can help you get back to where you were before the concussion.
If you have a lot of anxiety, that can also cause you to feel tired.
You also need to take rest breaks when you need them.
These are called sleep breaks and they can help to get you back to normal.
What happens when you lose consciousness after a head injury?
You may feel some kind of intense pain or a burning sensation that’s different from the pain that you normally feel when you’ve been struck by a car or a sharp object.
If this happens, you may be able to get some rest.
But if you can’t relax, your muscles may tighten and it may make it hard for you to breathe or get to sleep.
This is called hyperventilation.
Your muscles contract and you feel a burning or burning sensation in your mouth or nose, eyes or throat.
You’re also likely to have a headache and you may have a feeling of tingling, tingled sensations, or burning or itching.
This can make it harder to breathe.
These symptoms may also become worse as your brain recovers.
How can you prevent a concussion from happening again?
You need to understand the underlying cause of the problem and to understand how to manage the symptoms that are coming on after the concussion has stopped.
Understanding the underlying causes of a concussion and the underlying symptoms of a brain injury can help people to make better decisions about their recovery and also help them to be more comfortable when they are going about their normal lives.
What are the signs and symptoms of brain injury?
It’s not always easy to see what’s causing your symptoms.
For example, you might not know exactly what’s wrong with your eyes or what’s caused the tingles in your nose or mouth.
But when you have these symptoms, you need a doctor to make sure that you understand what’s really going on and to make it easier for you and your doctor to manage it.
If your symptoms are severe, you should be treated by a doctor with a specialist in your field, such as a neurologist, neuropsychologist or neuropsychiatrist.
These people are able to take you to a specialist who can assess you, diagnose the underlying problem and make recommendations for you, such that you can get the treatment that’s right for you.
If there’s not enough time, the person treating you may take you into their own home to assess your symptoms and to help you with your recovery.
This may be because you may not feel well enough to go to a doctor.
Or your symptoms may not be severe enough to warrant a referral to a neurology or neurosurgery specialist.
What if there’s no obvious underlying problem?
If your condition is very mild, you won’t be able help you find a doctor who can help assess and treat your symptoms, but you can make the best of what you do know.
For some people, symptoms may improve, but they might not be permanent.
This means that you might have a mild symptoms for a few weeks, then you might still have a slight feeling of your symptoms for several weeks, and then you may notice that your symptoms don’t improve.
This could be because the underlying condition is not as severe as you thought, or it could be that you’ve recovered from the problem as a result of other symptoms, such a sleep disturbance or sleepiness.
It’s important that you don’t let this happen to you.
To avoid the worst possible outcome, make sure you get the most up-to-date information about your condition and your symptoms so that you have the best chance of getting the treatment you need.