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In the next series of posts, I would like to go over the concussion care checklist guide that we made available and give you some more context on why we put the specific symptoms in there.
The first symptom is pain, and I thought of this as an all-encompassing physical component, including pain, headaches, neck pain and more.
It also includes dizziness. And dizziness can be minor or it can be very severe to the point where you can’t even lift your head off the pillow in your bed.
Nausea and vomiting
Next, there’s ringing in the ears as well as nausea and vomiting. Vomiting is very severe, but nausea can also be a component that lasts for a week, a month, or even longer than that if your concussion is not diagnosed and not properly treated. Who wants to live with nausea for years?
So those are physical components of a concussion that you should be on the lookout for.
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