Handling Of Partial Memory Loss After A Concussion?
Hello, I have a history of accidents with a concussion and a little internal bleeding from the blood vessels to the brain. R n Since the accident I often experience forget, the analogy is, for example memory is a straight line then my brain’s memory is like a straight line with some broken parts, and in the broken part I really can’t remember it even though I was reminded though, like memory that has been permanently deleted. r nMy question, what is the name of the disease says And how is the treatment? r nThanks in advance, jazakumullah katsiro liquid …
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When we receive various information from various senses in the body, that information will be processed in the brain and stored in memory, both short-term and long-term memories. Not all information is stored in long-term memory, our brain will choose which information will go into long-term memory. These long-term memories are scattered in the brain cortex or the surface of the brain. Interference in remembering can occur due to damage to the memory storage (brain) or a disruption in the process of remembering. The process of remembering is a fairly complex process, it takes various related instructions so that the memory can be opened. In your case, it is possible that memory disturbances that occur due to brain damage due to brain hemorrhage that you have experienced. Another possibility is that there is a disruption in the process of remembering. Alternatively, the events that you have forgotten contain content that makes you psychologically traumatized. The brain can choose to forget painful memories or create psychological trauma. Memories that have already disappeared generally cannot be recalled. If the memory is still there, but the process of remembering it is interrupted, the memory may be returned if you undergo therapy with a psychiatrist. You can ask the neurologist who is treating you in advance about what might be the cause of your memory loss. If it is indeed due to damage to the brain, maybe nothing can be done to restore the memory.
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