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Treatment for West Virginia TBI patients

Almost 2 million people around the country sustain a traumatic brain injury every year. When a TBI occurs, the brain will respond by producing a cerebral edema, which cannot be treated with medication and can result in a coma or death. However, some individuals suffer little ill effects from TBI and have researchers wanting to know why there are strikingly different outcomes from similar injuries.

Getting good sleep shown to speed recovery from brain injuries

Some people who are involved in motor vehicle accidents in West Virginia suffer traumatic brain injuries. They are among the most severe types of injuries that people may suffer in car crashes. A study demonstrates that getting good sleep may help a brain-injured person to recover more quickly.

Monitoring injuries to the brain in athletes

West Virginians who are interested in sports may have heard about the results of a recent study reported in JAMA Neurology on brain imaging in normal individuals and NFL players who had suffered head injuries. The purpose of the study was to show how positron emission tomography might be used to monitor sports injuries to the brain in younger and older players.

Dealing with a brain injury

With the increased amount of traffic on roadways in West Virginia and across the country, bicyclists and motorcyclists face greater dangers of being hit by a vehicle and suffering a head injury. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1.5 million people around the country become victims of a traumatic brain injury each year, and most of these victims were involved in a motorcycle, bicycle or motor vehicle accident.

Neuron transplants may be available for TBI sufferers

Many West Virginia residents have suffered a traumatic brain injury. Researchers have been hard at work searching for possible modes of therapy, and a group of scientists in Germany have discovered a medical approach that could bring enormous benefits if it can be perfected.

The connection between PTSD and brain injury

Based on the results of some studies, West Virginia residents who suffer a head injury might also develop post-traumatic stress disorder. In fact, researchers believe that what is called post-concussion syndrome may actually be PTSD. This reinforces findings in previous research as well as scientists' growing conviction about a link between head injury and PTSD.

Symptoms and treatments for traumatic brain injuries

When a West Virginia resident experiences a traumatic brain injury, they could suffer serious consequences that have an impact on their lives well after the injury actually occurred. While many TBIs result from car accidents, a forceful movement or shaking can also cause life-changing injuries to the brain.

Stimulation device may assist brain injury patients

A traumatic brain injury can significantly reduce an individual's quality of life. It can negatively alter a person's cognitive abilities, including memory, decision-making skills and awareness. According to a recent study, those in West Virginia and across the nation who suffer from a traumatic brain injury may benefit from deep brain stimulation.

Even mild concussions can have lasting symptoms

Minor traumatic brain injuries, commonly referred to as concussions, affect countless West Virginia residents. A concussion occurs when a person's head is injured by a blow or bump that is strong enough to jostle the brain. When a person's brain bumps against the sides of their skull, brain cells are damaged, and the person may experience temporary or permanent brain changes.

Domestic assault victims may suffer brain injuries

Depending on how they were battered or struck, West Virginians who have been in physically abusive relationships may have sustained traumatic brain injuries. Statistics show that around 14 percent of men and 25 percent of women in the U.S. have at some point in their lives been the victims of serious physical assaults. Although the incidence of brain trauma among these survivors often takes a back seat to TBI diagnoses involving military veterans and contact sports players, there is a real risk.

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