How To Deal With A Child Who Forgets Quickly In Lessons Because He Never Had A Head Full?
Night, how to deal with a child who forgets quickly in lessons because this child has hit his head and is in a coma for a month?
Hello Mrs. Kristina,
Actually, forgetting quickly in lessons is not necessarily related to previous head injuries and coma. It needs to be checked further whether there is a problem with his brain that causes him to forget. Mothers can consult about this in a neurologist who handles it.
Forgetting is actually a human thing. A person's ability to remember is also individual. But if forgetting it has interfered with his daily activities, maybe there is something wrong. The reasons for someone to forget easily apart from a history of injury include:
Lack of concentration Stress Lack of sleep Poor nutrition Side effects of drugs, such as sleeping pills Certain medical conditions, such as anemia, hypoglycemia, brain tumors, stroke, Alzheimer's dementia, and various other diseases
An interview, physical examination and possibly additional examinations such as an EEG, MRI or other examination is needed to determine the cause. Consultation with a neurologist should be done immediately so that complaints can be handled quickly.
To help improve memory, you can do:
Creating fun and memorable learning activities for children Does not provide psychological pressure or coercion Try to have adequate nutrition.
Also read: Often Forgotten and Collided History
Hope this helps,