Overcoming Forgetfulness And Difficulty Concentrating On A History Of Bleeding In The Brain 5 Years Ago?
Good evening, I am 25 years old Eka … 5 years ago I had an accident that caused injuries to my brain. Yesterday the neurologist said that I was bleeding in the brain. Years ago I often experienced migraines on the left side of my head, and for now it has been much reduced enough even though sometimes it still arises. I am working now, but I have difficulty remembering and difficulty concentrating in completing assignments. I want to ask. How can I not easily forget and be able to concentrate well again. is there any medicine that can help my memory improve? Thank you doctor.
Hello Eka, thank you for asking.
Head injuries are most often caused by blunt trauma. Examples of blunt trauma are accidents or accidents that cause collisions on the head. Head injuries are divided into mild, moderate, severe. Symptoms vary and become more complex as the level of injury gets worse. Symptoms can include headaches or dizziness, nausea, vomiting, loss of consciousness, or seizures. Of course the symptoms are more severe when seriously injured.
Bleeding in the brain can be caused by moderate or severe head injuries. Brain hemorrhage can cause sequelae after the healing process. The severity of the sequelae depends on the extent and location of brain hemorrhage. Sequelae vary in their forms, depending on the location of the brain tissue that is affected. In your case, migraines, and impaired concentration and memory, may be sequelae.
You can try several things like:
Make a detailed schedule of activities or activity plans in writing. Write a schedule in the form of good time management. Sort activities from the most important to the least important. Mark what activities you have done. Make small notes in various places. For example on computers, laptops, cell phones, books. Minimize distraction when working. Do not play the telephone while working. Try not to talk. Use earplugs if the room is too noisy. Get enough rest, sleep 6-8 hours a night. Do the relaxation method that suits you. You can also consult with a psychologist to improve your cognitive abilities. Psychologists will assess your psychological abilities and design the best learning methods you can apply.
That's all my information. Hopefully you get a solution soon. Regards.