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Can a head injury cause white matter disease?
White matter injury induces long-term neurological disability after TBI. Acute release of DAMPs activates myeloid cells after TBI.
Can a concussion cause white matter changes?
White matter and concussion These alterations in the brain’s microstructure persisted 6 months later. The athletes who had experienced the most severe symptoms following the concussion were the most likely to display white matter anomalies at the 6-month mark.
What causes subcortical white matter lesions?
Major causes of periventricular white matter (PWM) lesions include normal changes from aging (then they are called UBO’s, for “unidentified bright objects), small strokes, and disorders related to multiple sclerosis (MS). PWM are also correlated with vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) deficiency.
What are two types of brain injuries?
There are two types of brain injury: traumatic brain injury and acquired brain injury.
What is the difference between brain damage and brain injury?
Both disrupt the brain’s normal functioning. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is caused by an external force — such as a blow to the head — that causes the brain to move inside the skull or damages the skull. This in turn damages the brain. An Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) occurs at the cellular level.
What brain damage feels like?
Nausea and a lack of balance/coordination often occur when someone’s brain is injured. Depending on the parts of the brain affected, any number of other physical symptoms like weakness, dizziness, vomiting, blindness, paralysis, or worse could occur as well.
What can I take for brain fog?
Home remedies to improve brain fog include:
- sleeping 8 to 9 hours per night.
- managing stress by knowing your limitations and avoiding excessive alcohol and caffeine.
- strengthening your brain power (try volunteering or solving brain puzzles)
- finding enjoyable activities.