Dating after tbi
It is thought that Vitamin D aids in neuro-protection of the brain.
Eat you salmon, milk, sardines and get some sunlight.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) may happen from a blow or jolt to the head or an object penetrating the brain. Males outnumber females by at least 2:1 in frequency of TBIs.
When the brain is injured, the person can experience a change in consciousness that can range from becoming disoriented and confused to slipping into a coma. Individuals between the ages of 0 to 4 and those 15 to 19 are at high risk for TBI, as are the elderly.
Depending on their health care needs, Veterans with TBI can receive treatment at one of the specialized rehabilitation programs in the Polytrauma System of Care, or they can seek treatment through their local VA Medical Center or community healthcare providers.
In fact, stress caused by "repeated social defeat" failure at dating or work, for example, actually activates microglial and harms the immune system, leading to widespread susceptibility to a variety of illnesses. Commonly in TBI we see damage to the pituitary/hypothalamic axis which results in lowered IGF-1/growth hormone levels (although do not rely on IGF-1 testing alone after a TBI, the levels can be normal; do only a Glucagon tolerance test). When an injured brain goes around injured areas, thus consuming more fuel. (Sinclair, KL et al 2014) Injured brain cells, neurons, can have damage to the energy producing component to the cell - the mitochondria.
IGF-1 is now thought to be involved in regulation of the human body's "homeostasis" - or normal metabolic levels. With this new therapy of using short blue wavelength light (blue), after four weeks most patients showed lessened fatigue and increased attention. These essential parts of any cell are needed for a cells very survival.
Randal Urban and others have found that TBI victims have yet another system in their bodies chronically altered by trauma.
Here it was found that TBI victims had significantly lower circulating concentrations of many amino acids.
This causes chronic neuro-inflammation, which can lead to dementia, depression, anxiety, Parkinson's and more. Fatigue, after a headache, is the most common symptom of TBI.