Feeling Lack Of Concentration And Decreased Ability To Grasp After Being In A Coma?
Hello, I want to ask whether if you have been in a coma for a month, it can cause the brain to think honestly. After a coma, I can’t think directly, meaning that if you are spoken to, you cannot connect directly, so if you are spoken to, you have to repeat it again to understand what is being said. . Thank you
Coma is a condition of loss of consciousness in a person and cannot show a response and cannot be awakened and usually for a long time. The causes of coma vary, such as severe head injury, alcohol poisoning, brain infection, lack of blood sugar and others.
In the treatment of coma itself requires intensive care. Where the patient's condition will be monitored closely, including the need for nutrition, fluids, drugs and others.
From a coma itself, can recover completely or leave consequences. It all depends on many things including the cause, treatment and response to treatment of the condition. For example, in conditions of injury to the brain, it can leave consequences that will later affect daily activities, for example, weakness in half body or mental disorders and others in stroke people who are affected by the part of the brain where the problem occurs.
To make sure what you are experiencing, it's a good idea to see a doctor because of your history of coma. Without checking directly, whether the condition you are experiencing is one of the consequences of a coma or not cannot be determined.
I hope this helps.