Injuries to the head may result in concussions, which is a form of brain injury that, while normally temporary, can be serious. Mental confusion, headaches, and dizziness after a head injury are signs of a concussion. While most concussions will heal on their own, seeking a medical examination is always a safe course of action..
Identifying a concussion can be challenging without a professional assessment, but there are signs and symptoms that may suggest its presence. If you have experienced a blow or jolt to the head or body and are experiencing any of the following, it could indicate a possible concussion: headache, dizziness, confusion, difficulty concentrating or remembering, feeling dazed or "out of it," nausea or vomiting, sensitivity to light or noise, blurred vision, slurred speech, changes in mood or behavior, or difficulty with balance.

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