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Concussion Symptoms and a Life-Changing Natural Remedy

Many NUCCA patients wonder how concussion and chiropractic adjustment relate to each other. After all, concussions are a highly prevalent problem that causes mild to severe disruption in a person’s day to day activities. 

So, is it truly possible to experience natural and lasting relief from debilitating symptoms of post concussion syndrome (PCS)? How can a NUCCA chiropractic adjustment address certain PCS symptoms? Read on to uncover the answers to these questions in our short discussion below.

 

Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome – The Most Common Symptoms

Concussions are common, especially among people who recently suffered from a head or neck injury. It could stem from sports-related accidents, car collisions, and other similar events. 

Generally, a concussion doesn’t cause life-threatening effects. However, it could result in debilitating symptoms that may impact your life for months or years. Here are some common concussion symptoms reported by patients:

  • Slurred speech
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Light sensitivity
  • Difficulty in concentrating
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Temporary memory loss
  • Tinnitus or buzzing sensation in the ear

The symptoms often disappear after a few days. However, it can extend to a couple of weeks, depending on certain factors such as age and the trauma’s intensity. When the symptoms persist even after your injury heals, it can develop into a PCS. It’s an equally debilitating health problem that can result in symptoms like dizziness, confusion, and headaches. 

To help you further understand post-concussion syndrome or PCS, let’s deep dive into the symptoms. We grouped them into distinct categories, namely emotional, cognitive, and physical.    

 

Emotional symptoms

  • Anxiety

Feeling symptoms such as those we enumerated above can be mentally and emotionally taxing. Imagine dealing with such symptoms on a busy day. It could make you feel anxious, especially when you have symptoms like blinking lights, sound sensitivity, or migraine attacks. 

  • Depression

Many patients who previously suffered from a head injury also struggled with depression. It’s a huge challenge for a lot of people because it can last for years even after your injury heals completely. 

Cognitive symptoms

  • Slower thinking process

If you have a concussion or a post-concussion syndrome, you might also struggle with thinking or cognitive delay. You might have a hard time remembering phrases or take longer to process information. 

  • Memory loss

An intense trauma to the brain tissue may cause short-term memory loss or brain fog along with other symptoms such as unexplainable fatigue.   

  • Problem concentrating on tasks or other things

Patients with concussion or PCS also struggle to focus and process signals from the sensory organs such as the eyes and ears.  

Physical symptoms

  • Fatigue

Roughly 10 percent of patients who suffered from brain trauma experience fatigue. While the reason behind such occurrence remains a mystery, you can get a proper diagnosis by sharing as much information as you can with your physician. Some examples of factors that may cause such PCS symptom is lack of quality sleep and chronic stress. 

  • Vision changes

You might have a blurry, spotty, or fuzzy vision right after the injury or when you develop post-concussion syndrome. This physical symptom is quite common among PCS patients. In fact, roughly 50 percent report such lingering problems. 

  • Vertigo and dizziness

Experiencing vertigo attacks or spinning sensations and lightheadedness is quite prevalent among patients with concussion. Both symptoms may resolve on their own or continue to persist.

  • Light or sound sensitivity

Some people with PCS or concussion report sensory sensitivity. Changes to sounds or lights in a room could trigger various PCS or concussion syndromes like migraines. 

  • Headaches and migraine attacks

About 90 percent of PCS or concussion sufferers have mild to severe headaches or migraine attacks. If you have a history of repeated injuries or accidents, your chances of developing migraines or headaches due to concussion may also increase. 

  • Sleep problems

Brain traumas or injuries such as concussions and PCS can cause various sleep problems, including nightmares and insomnia. On top of that, sleep plays a significant role in healing and recovery. If you get sleep deprived, chances are your condition will continue to persist or even worsen. That’s because sleep has restorative functions, which could be affected if you don’t get enough rest. 

 

Concussion and Chiropractic Adjustment

More and more people turn to natural remedies to address their symptoms. An excellent example of a natural post concussion syndrome relief option is NUCCA care. 

NUCCA is a accurate, precise, and reliable process that focuses on restoring the head and neck alignment. By doing so, you can potentially address the root cause of your condition and experience less intense symptoms such as those we discussed above. 

Accidents that jolts or over-extends the neck could cause the spinal bones to lose their normal alignment. This causes the rest of the body to compensate and puts undue strain and pressure on the affected parts. It also impacts your brainstem’s function, which results in miscommunication between the brain and body. 

If you have the symptoms even after your injuries heal, it may be worth visiting a NUCCA doctor for help. Your symptoms may be significantly improved by restoring normal head and neck alignment. Getting the problem fixed may be the key to seeing massive improvements in your overall well-being. 

Get in touch with a NUCCA chiropractor near you to know more about your situation. Book a consultation today to learn more about NUCCA, concussion, and chiropractic adjustment.

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