Post TBI symptoms, is a set of symptoms that a person may experience for weeks, months, years or life after a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Some symptoms may manifest a substantial period of time (months or years) after TBI. Symptoms may occur subsequent to mild, moderate, and severe depending on cases of traumatic brain injury. The condition can cause a variety of symptoms: cognitive, such as difficulty attending, concentrating, executing, focusing, judging, processing, remembering, speaking, tracking, or understanding; behavioral, such as emotional lability, irritability, mood swings, or outbursts; or physical, such as endocrine dysfunction, fatigue, headache, nausea, seizures, sleep disorders, tinnitus, perceptual-motor disorders, somatosensory disorders or vestibular disorders.
Intern for Becky Bassham Asaad Sultan,
2nd yr neuroscience major at HFCC
Researched multiple Neurofeedback systems, currently working with 19channel zscore training and its efficacy throughout various psychological disorders
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