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How can your brain bounce back after a concussion?

On Behalf of | Sep 7, 2021 | Auto Accidents |

While your brain is delicate and may suffer serious damage from repeated concussions, your brain can also heal itself in the right environment.

According to Psychology Today, your brain changes throughout the course of your life. As an adult, your brain creates connections, strengthens existing connections, and eliminates old connections. If you suffered a traumatic brain injury, there may be activities you can do to aid in your recovery.

Get plenty of rest

Sleep is one of the most important activities for healing. Your brain and body require rest to function. If you ever woke up too soon from a night’s sleep, you know how groggy and uncoordinated you feel. It becomes worse if you recently suffered a TBI.

Sleep restores balance and aids in the healing process. Without sleep, you can develop physical and psychological problems.

Try brain games

One way that you can actively work on your brain health is through brain training games. Your brain can create new pathways and cells if you work on training. Think of your brain like a muscle. You can exercise it to help with memory issues. You need to provide yourself with new challenges and force yourself to learn new things all of the time.

When it comes to training your brain, you can start with physical activity. Consider new exercise regimens or learn a new dance. When you learn to dance, you have to coordinate your movements, process visual cues and sprinkle in your own creativity. Learning a new language can also help enhance your brain’s memory function and auditory processing.

Other games to try include crossword puzzles, word games and other puzzles that do not require technology.