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How long does it take to recover from a TBI?

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is generally caused by a strong impact or blow to the head. The severity and area impacted can vary greatly depending on what your injury is. If you or a loved one has sustained a TBI from a car accident, contact Agruss Law Firm, LLC for a free consultation so we can help you recover from this experience and get fairly compensated.

Immediately following a TBI, it is imperative to first call for medical attention as soon as possible. After immediate treatment, your doctor will inform you of the risks, the impact, and the recovery process specific to your injury. The consequences and remedies vary immensely based on the injury. In the first few weeks, you may experience brain swelling and the initial changes in brain chemistry that begin the discernible symptoms. After this improves and gets back to normal, any concussion-like symptoms may begin to gradually fade, such as nausea and blurry vision. But also, it depends on what part of your brain was affected; if the occipital lobe, the part controlling vision was most damaged, the blurry vision may remain.

Longer symptoms would be related to the part of the brain that was most impacted. If the emotional part of the brain, the amygdala was hit the hardest, you may experience mood swings, irritability, and anxiety for a long time. If the cerebellum, the area controlling balance, movement, and coordination was hit the hardest, your difficulties with motor functions and voluntary movement may stay impaired for longer These can improve with special medical treatment. However, it also depends on the injury’s severity.

After six months, though, most people tend to feel and think much better than they did following the accident. This can be accelerated with the help of medical specialists specific to your most pertinent symptoms. After a couple of years, most people should be recovered for the most part. In the end, it may affect how they go about their daily activities and occupation, but their initial symptoms will have largely lessened.

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