Headaches That Make You Forget Your Mind When Thinking Hard After An Accident?
Hello, I want to ask …. A year ago my brother fell from the motor and hit his head so that his brain had a problem if he thought too heavy and used a cellphone then he would relapse even to forget his memory and put in an isolation room … And if he did math or physics problems then his head will also hurt again until he fainted suddenly and had been taken to Singapore too and had recovered but a few months later he was doing math problems again then his brain hurt again until he was put into the isolation room again. Then how to prevent the disease from recurring
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The brain is indeed a very important organ because the majority of activity is regulated by the brain. Movement, vision, learning, memory, even breathing. Disorders of these organs will certainly cause many limitations in related people.
In your brother's case, if he has a history of falling from the motor, the possibility that can occur is bleeding in his brain, cracks in his skull, inflammation of both the lining of the brain and the brain itself, concussion, and many more that require handling immediately. Time is very important because if the damage is too severe, or the damaged tissue has already expanded, recovery of up to 100% will be very difficult.
So we cannot convey a way to prevent your brother's illness from recurring for several reasons, namely because we did not know the exact conditions of his condition at that time, then because we did not know the severity, and we also did not know whether the treatment given so far was maximal or not yet.
Our advice, you should discuss with a neurologist, may new or old neurologist about the name or diagnosis of your brother's actual condition, and how severe the condition is. Ask also if he can still be cured or physiotherapy can only be done so that it can optimally carry out daily activities with the current situation. If it can still be treated, ask if the hospital can handle it, or there are certain hospitals that have more complete facilities to treat it.
In the meantime, don't force your sister to think too hard in anything, whether it's a lesson, or anything that puts too much stress on her. Make sure he does not drive a vehicle because it is dangerous if he faints at any time and is driving. So, hopefully answering your question.