Hallo … why, after waking up, I forgot what had been done … the garanya after hitting his head behind the ball … please explain
Hello Arief, thank you for the question.
The condition of memory forgetfulness or amnesia after the occurrence of a collision or head injury must be examined by a doctor first, arief, especially if the impact is sufficiently violent to cause injury or damage to organs or structures in the head. Several examinations such as a head CT scan and MRI can help detect any abnormalities or damage to the head and brain area. Specifically related to memory loss, usually this is related to damage to the part of the brain that makes up the memory and emotional system, namely the limbic system. This condition can cause disturbances in forming new memories or disturbances in remembering past events. This condition can last for a short time, or be permanent.
Some of the other causes of this condition apart from head injuries include:
Stroke or disruption of oxygen supply to the brain, for example due to blockage of blood vessels or cut off blood flow to the brain. due to rupture of blood vessels in the brain Infection of the brain or encephalitis presence of tumors in the brain Alzheimer's disease Long-term alcohol addiction Take certain drugs such as tranquillizers for psychological trauma, such as experiencing grief in the family or experiencing sexual abuse I highly recommend that this condition be checked to the Neurologist if this condition occurs continuously or to interfere with your activities yes. If there is difficulty speaking, impaired vision (such as a curtain or large tree), seizures, vomiting spraying, to a loss of consciousness, go to the emergency room immediately. At this time, you should rest and calm down, consume enough water, and monitor your condition.
I hope this helps.
Dr. Otniel Budi Krisetya