Severe Concussion Symptoms: What You Need To Know
Most severe concussion symptoms appear as a result of trauma to the head. They can range from severe headaches, nausea, and vomiting, dizziness, confusion, and memory loss. In this article, we will explore three concussion symptoms, so you know how to identify them if they occur in yourself or someone else.
– Severe headache: A severe headache is usually one that lasts for more than two hours and may be accompanied by additional symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and sound, blurred vision, or inability to focus on nearby objects. If any of these are experienced after a traumatic injury, then it is important to get medical attention right away because there could be something serious going on inside your brain that needs immediate treatment.
– Loss of Consciousness: It is possible to have severe concussion symptoms without having a loss of consciousness. However, it does increase the risk for that happening, and you should be prepared if this occurs. If someone experiences a severe headache that gets worse with activity or noise, then they could fall into a coma from increased pressure on the brain stem due to