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10 Ways to Help Your Brain Heal

10 Ways to Help Your Brain Heal

Contrary to popular opinion, you don’t have to be in a car accident or get concussed on a football field to actually injure your brain. A brain injury may also result from a sports injury or a knock to the head from a seemingly innocuous fall.

Brain injuries can also occur from the sudden, jarring movement of the head and neck (like whiplash).

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 2.5 million traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) occur each year in the United States, in addition to hundreds of thousands of unreported incidents of head trauma, including undiagnosed concussions.

You Really Aren’t Hard Headed, So Be More Careful

Your brain is not a hard, fixed substance- it is soft and Jell-O-like in consistency, composed of millions of fine nerve fibers. Your brain “floats” in fluids within a hard, bony skull containing multiple sharp ridges.

Often, brain injuries that don’t result in a loss of consciousness go unnoticed and are never treated. Unfortunately, research shows that undiagnosed brain injuries are a major cause of anxiety and depression, drug and alcohol abuse, homelessness, ADD/ADHD, and suicide.

Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Brain injury symptoms often include:

  • Cognitive changespoor concentration, memory problems, learning issues, poor judgment and impulsivity, and difficulty putting thoughts into words.
  • Physical complaints – dizziness, fatigue, headaches, visual disturbances, trouble sleeping, sensitivity to light and sound, poor balance.
  • Psychosocial concerns – depression, anger outbursts, irritability, personality changes, anxiety.

Symptoms can last for hours, days, weeks, months or longer. Ignoring your indicators and trying to “tough it out” with any brain injury can often makes symptoms worse.

Prevention is the Best Option for Brain Health

To help keep your brain safe and prevent TBI:

  • Wear a seat belt every time you drive or ride in a motor vehicle.
  • Always buckle your child into a child safety seat, booster seat, or seat belt (according to the child’s height, weight, and age) in the car.
  • Never drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs, including prescription medications that can impair the ability to drive.
  • Avoid high risk sports and activities where you can hit your head. 
  • Always wear a helmet and make sure your children wear helmets during contact sports, bike riding, horseback riding, skateboarding, snowmobiling, skiing or snowboarding. 
  • Do not dive in water less than 12 feet deep or in above-ground pools. Check the depth and check for debris in the water before diving.

How to Avoid Falls in the Home

  • Using a step stool with a grab bar to reach objects on high shelves
  • Installing handrails on stairways
  • Installing window guards to keep young children from falling out of open windows
  • Using safety gates at the top and bottom of stairs when young children are around
  • Removing or securing tripping hazards such as loose electrical cords
  • Using non-slip mats in the bathtub and on shower floors
  • Putting grab bars next to the toilet and in the tub or shower

If you or someone you love experiences an impact or violent shake to the head, seek medical advice immediately.

How Can I Help Myself Recover from a Brain Injury?

There are a number of self-care techniques you can use to help your brain heal.

First and foremost, you should protect yourself from injuring your brain again. People who have had repeated injuries to their brain (like professional football players) may experience serious long-term problems and, in rare cases, it can cause brain swelling and even death.

10 Ways to Help Your Brain Heal

  1. Get plenty of sleep at night, and rest during the day
  2. Increase your activity slowly
  3. Write down the things that may be harder than usual for you to remember
  4. Avoid alcohol, drugs and caffeine
  5. Eat brain-healthy foods
  6. Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water
  7. Ask your doctor when it’s okay for you to drive a car, ride a bike, or operate machinery
  8. Avoid activities that are physically demanding (sports, and housework, for example)
  9. Avoid activities that require a lot of thinking or concentration (like playing video games or balancing a checkbook)
  10. Be patient because healing takes time

 

With targeted treatment, you can change your brain and change your life. If you feel that you or a loved one could benefit from an evaluation, contact the Amen Clinics Care Center today online or call (888) 288-9834.

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  1. John Dolan says:

    Great post. Thank you!

    • Amen Clinics says:

      You’re welcome! Glad you found it helpful.

      • Rossi Hall says:

        I’ve had a lot of stress throughout my school year. I’m scared that my brain will never get better. BTW my age currently is 15. Please tell me how to help improve my condition.

        • Amen Clinics says:

          Hello Rossi, thank you for reaching out. We’d be happy to contact you via email to discuss your symptoms further. We look forward to speaking with you.

          • Soni says:

            Fell from a running vehicle last year June hit my head on the road.. Went for CT scan nothing everything is normal but I do get headaches sometimes and I want to go back to school

          • OLUWADARE says:

            I forget things easily, please help me out!!! And it’s really affecting my academics

          • Ashif mahamud says:

            Hi, my father recently having issues with putting words, forgets little chores like his password, his own salaray.
            I lost my mother two years ago and after that my father took all of those incidents in. But for few months maybe 5 or 6 to be exact he started having this issue. The doctors said his brain is damaged completely . But his physical health is completely fine.
            Is this temporary or permanent?
            Please help.

          • Louwnya says:

            Hi …
            My son is currently 31 months old and is currently not walking nor crawling or speaking..,

            Just before his 18 month vaccination he could crawl ,sit on his own, he also started to stand up against furniture..

            He lost all of that two weeks after that vaccination…
            We have been from doctor to doctor and nobody had any answers for us about our sons condition.

            We ended up with another doc. And he said that mey son has brain damage,just by looking at him ,didnt even do a sing routine check on him…..

            he just left us without giving any recommendations to help make my sons life easier…

            As a desperate mom im reaching out to you for help…
            PLEASE!

        • Chris Geagley says:

          I’ve been strenuously trying to determine “Self-help” methods of helping my brain regain 100% rehabilitation like foods/beverages to consume. This article is fantastic and well-developed answering many of my unknown wonders these passed 8 years. Great work and thank you guys for your research.

        • Maria says:

          I’m 53 and my recall is terrible, I can’t focus on anything for more than 1 minute and I’m living if in fear that I’ll lose my job.

          How can I begin to heal?

          • Kim says:

            I’m certainly no expert, Maria, but I would go to UltaLabTests.com and 1. check to see if they have a location near you (if not try MyMedLab.com or DirectLabs.com). 2. Order labs for B12 levels (Serum B12, Serum Folate, Homocysteine, and a CBC- a complete blood count isn’t enough to give an accurate picture by itself) 3. Take your results to your informed doctor (naturopaths are well often well equipped in this area). I have no investment in anything to do with any of the above- I’m just concerned that you are so young and having these issues. Of course, going to the Amen Clinic is a good idea as well 🙂

      • Andrew says:

        Thanks for this but does marijuana add to brain injury?

      • ben dickinson says:

        I’ve had a lot of stress lately and I tell myself that my brain will never heal and I need some help, my age is 12 and I want my brain to heal and want to get stress free,

        • Amen Clinics says:

          Hello Ben, thank you for reaching out and sharing with us. We’d be happy to have a Care Coordinator reach out to you via email to talk with you further.

    • Tonya Mercer says:

      Hi, I just happened to scroll upon this,,doing what I,do most,nights,before bed looking for answers 5 months short of 10 years ago, I suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm and stroke that,followed. Stayed in hosp. from Aug to Nov, Did,outpatient therapy for about 1 year. All through that time to this point today I have been suffering with pain in foot on my affected left side. I have seen numerous doctors about this pain. The podiatrist I saw til over 5years ago diagnosed me with,plantar,fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, arthritis and again I was sent to therapy.,and again to this day I’m struggling with pain but I feel my pain progressing and affecting other parts of my foot and my,left leg., my left hip hurts now. I’m assuming that because I’m not walking properly trying,to compensate for my foot that IMY way of walking now is,ruining other parts of my body and no Doctors are figuring what to do for,me other than sending me to therapy that,not having any,positive affect for me., Due to my pain in foot,along with other effects from. Stroke and aneurysmsitting. or walking I,ended,up having to take a early retirement at age 53 because I wasn’t ready to retire and need to,keep myself active for the duration of my life I chose to volunteer for,meals on wheels where aim a runner ai,have someone drive me to the, clients house and ai walk the,food to their door but this pain don’t help me to greet people with a smile always. I had a couple of nerve test EMG I think that’s what it was called and nothing found on both,so,don’t,know why or what’s,going on but YES!!my foot really hurts,bad, It have cost me my job, ability to drive and chance,of,being,happy with grandbabies. Any suggestions other,than therapy, I have many orthodics in my shoes.

  2. Mitchell Ferguson says:

    Thanking you so much, Dr Amen what you have done for me. I had a physical strike to my brain by a parent and I had no idea this could be as traumatic as it has shown to be. Later in life, I had problems with memory especially in my 50s. I the ‘brain smart’ supplements I have regained much of my memory loss. Very helpful with work and with the kids. Blessings to you.

  3. Tracey Mullen says:

    The ABC’s of a healthy brain. Thank you for the simplicity of the most complicated part of our bodies.

    • Johnson says:

      Hi thanks for the research, I’m johnson 27, well my problem started when my family departed due to domestic violence, changing of schools was the first problem, then at a point I had to live with a couples who’s not a family, the experience was unbearable for me, I lived and worked with them as a maid at 13years old, they beat me too much, I go to bed late, I barely sleep for four hours every nights then still get late to school, I couldn’t concentrate on my studies anymore, I explained to my school principal, so he gave me the chance to rest In school, most times when classmates are receiving lecture I’ll be sleeping (They allowed me) because once I close from school I don’t have a rest time anymore, fear was built in me because I get flogged often, now I’m 27 and still battling with fear, I lost concentration on studying even at learning anything at all, some years ago I gained admission into a federal university to study law but due to inability to concentrate in classes, I dropped out, right now I don’t even know what step to take in life, I’m 27 and sometimes I think suicide is the best option.. I hope I get a favorable response from you that’ll help me get myself a life I still wish to study but my mind is always far away, I lack concentration in everything I do…Thank you!!!

  4. Mary Beth Underwood says:

    So do you have any charitable programs that can help diagnose and treat patients that have had multiple brain injuries and are chronically affected? I’ve had six since 2005. Two TBIs, three whiplash concussions, and one aquired during a second brain surgery to “remove” a secondary arachnoid cyst caused by a TBI. The surgeon nicked a vein causing hemorrhage and resulted in encephalomacia.

  5. Yolanda says:

    My son in law suffered a brain aneurysm and a stroke. Part of his brain that gave him empathy was removed. He never received any rehabilitation . This happened because of drug use. He is now extremely aggressive and hostile, dresses up in women’s clothes, is verbally and physically abusivevto my daughter who is his caregiver and suffers from Parkinson’s. Had been hospitalized twice, but released within two days. Nobody wants to deal with him. Now and again my daughter suffers the consequences. What can be done? We are at the end of our rope

    • Dalvir Bachra says:

      Hi, you could try hyperbariatric oxygen therapy, it increases oxygen to brain and could heal your son in law.

      • Bob Carlisle says:

        Have used Oxygen Therapy for almost 30 years for CFIDS, head, neck, shoulder, and back injurys and substance abuse. Works every time after I flood my body with Oxygen and eat for my blood type. 3 weeks of intensive Ozone in body bag and tub soaking and Stabilized 02 in fluids usually does the trick! Sometimes longer. Lymph System is a huge swamp that has to be saturated! Be patient!!!!!!! But NEVER seen it not fail after all these years.
        Heated by wood for past 50 years…last 22 after missing l4 and l5 in back!!! Also Multiple concussions. one from going thru a windshield in ’70! Was amongst best tennis players in World at the time.!
        Dr. Amens Protocol with Oxygen is the Way out. …..Jesus helps too!!!! …..Love Yah…

    • AmitkumarBasak says:

      I was strongly punched on my back head one or two times at the left side. After that i can’t concentrate in my study, can’t remember properly what I read, going outside again again, madness etc. Today is 5th day from my injury. Swelling has gone. What can I do?

  6. Ita John says:

    Thanks, Dr. Daniel Amen of Amen Clinic! Care for your brain

  7. Virginia White says:

    My husband had a tree accident that knocked him unconscious and gave him a neck Injury, concussion, several small skull fractures. He was in a neck brace for two months. He has healed but seems to have delayed responses and difficulty with following directions. Any suggestions for help7

  8. Myrlaine says:

    I am 39 and Recently diagnosed with spontaneous subdural hematoma. The first sign was a really sharp headache that lasted off and on for days until I couldn’t take it and went to the er.

    I am now off pain meds and and have frequent episodes of headache and ringing in ear. They last for about 4 min.

    I am not experiencing any other symptom and have another cat scan scheduled in a few days to see if there is further bleeding.

    My question is does this eventually heal? Please send all the prayers you can my way. I have 3 daughters and not ready to leave them.

    • Keir Stanford says:

      I am a 35 year old woman and have had encephalitis since 2006. I am also very athletic, but now feel like I have nothing and that my life has fallen apart. Any help will be extremely appreciated. I am just so sick of always being confused and missing out on things. I have no idea how to help myself or do things the right way.

  9. Hema Kanojia says:

    I am 29 years old. I feel weakness in my whole right hand and i also feel very anxious about my future like marriage etc

  10. kolly says:

    a glassy door fall on my head resulting to a cut nearthe side of my fore head after sometimes since then have been having troubles with the above listed problems what can I do I hardly remembers my dream now and now am now that Kind of dull person which I don’t really like

  11. Muhammad Asghar says:

    Sir my uncle brain totaly damge he is talking alone we are famiily ofset ..
    Doctr told him brain not recover please tell what i do

  12. Cheryl Simmons says:

    Dr Amen,
    IS it possible to have a personal conversation with you? I am in serious trouble mentally and I feel I have no where to turn. I have tried all kinds of help and it has not worked. I have insurance but I dont think it will work out of my state. I am on limited money right now. Thanks I sure hope that you can reply.

    • Amen Clinics says:

      Hello Cheryl, we will have a Care Coordinator reach out to you. Thank you.

      • Jannie says:

        sir I had a stroke on the right side of my body,I’m 67 and had a stroke 5 months ago,now in my right side of my body my hand,leg my face feels like pins and needles and it is stiff and sore how long does it still gonna take b4 im in healing prosses pls im getting tired of this feelings,thank u,Jannie

  13. Marta Fernandez says:

    What a very interesting site I am in New Jersey I have done tremendous research on my meningioma surgery which went wrong at Johns Hopkins I had encephalomalacia and my primary insisted that’s just nothing the bleeding drops thru the nose lasted for about a month and a half I was kept in the hospital a month. 2013.
    Two weeks ago I had the 2nd tumor removal that was left which I was told was removed and “he got it out”.
    I am resilient and strong.
    70 yrs old and intend to continue my law studies.
    My search has to do with regaining my brain power

    What strategy is available? Thank you.

  14. Lisa says:

    Hi Amen Clinics,
    I really hope you can help. I am desperately needing advice as I have had brain trauma after totally blacking out and falling and hitting my head hard on tiles 1.5 years ago and ever since had short term memory loss, cognitive ability is not like it used to be, vertigo onset, ringing in the ears, have become anxious and extremely stressed about thing and everyone. And then 2 days ago I have just slipped on tiles and landed on my tailbone which has left me in a lot of pain and headaches and dizzy feeling back again. This is affecting my ability to work, function in life, prevented me from travelling or doing anything productive and I really feel like I’ve come to the end of the road and don’t know where to turn. Please help.

  15. Fae Dunn says:

    I am an National Institute for Learning Development (NILD educational therapist and totally apply what you teach. Not only have I worked with children to see drastic results but am now working with a stroke victim in his late 70’s. Thank you for your articles that inform the public.

    • Barbara Smith says:

      Dear Fae Dunn,

      Thank you for posting a reply. I learned about Dr. Amen in February in my search to learn how to help her with her dementia and to improve my own memory in order to be a better care giver, even though she was in assisted living. My mother (94 yrs old) suffered a stroke March 18th this year and I was wondering what specifically you are applying for therapy. She is presently in rehab and will be moved to long term care soon.

      While the facility may already be putting into practice some of the Amen Clinic protocols, I was wondering if you could let me know what you are doing so that I may respectfully discuss my mother’s progress with them.

      Thank you.

  16. Andrea Simmer says:

    I had a brain tumor removed made still having seizure activity, how long before brain takes t heal I’m in my 60 s if that makes a difference?

  17. Kathy Coldbeck says:

    Dear Dr Amen? I had a sub Dural brain hemmorhage in April 2018 followed br brain surgery. Previously had years of depression and anxiety, Now no
    Depression etc. Only side effect is weakness of left
    Hand.

  18. Tracy Perez says:

    My husband suffered a DAI/TBI Sept 29,2017. He is currently at a recovery facility in Fl. The reality is most facilities fall short with post care regarding TBI. We are from the Atlanta area and are making the arrangements to move back. I want to have the Spect imaging done on my husband. Is there a clinic here in Florida that does this, we are in Sarasota. I also plan to bring my husband to the Amen clinic in Atlanta once we are back. Hoping for Aug/Sept time frame.
    Dr’s continue to tell me his abilities are there, he’s wide open to healing. His gut health is great, he’s on only one medication, which is amazing considering the severity of his injury. He walks, he feeds himself. Hes had no seizures. His injury is to both sides of his frontal lobes. One of the biggest hurdles is his agitation. I know he’s there, I just don’t know how to reach him. We are trialing Autophagy with him, he is intermittent fasting throughout the week, with sauna/pool therapy 2days to increase this Autophagy. Any information would be helpful

  19. Carolyn thornton says:

    Two yrs and 10 months ago i got whiplash from going over two two unmarked speed bumps at night on a trip in California. Ever since, when I lie down to go to sleep, I have spasms mostly in my cranium but often other muscles all over my body twitch. Nothing has really helped. One of the five neurologists said it would take three to five years to recover from this. At 72, I’m very depressed about this because any activity…even dusting furniture…makes my nightly spasms much worse. I cannot sleep with my had pounding and twitches. Yes, I have outbursts of anger…I even scream at top of my lungs occasionally. It’s just awful. Then, because I didn’t sleep all night, 16 wks after the brain injury I missed a step going to our garage and suffered an L-4 compression fracture. So now I have neck, lower back, hip and left foot pain. My foot got hurt in the fall as it “wrapped” around the step as I twisted as I fell.

    I’m a depressed mess! Any ideas you have would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

  20. Lucy says:

    What is the brain smart supplement as spoken above?

  21. Irina says:

    thank you dr. Amen and best wishes to you and your teem. Very useful for me and my family in almost all situations of life

  22. Wilson says:

    Greetings all,

    I had a head injury on a road. I hardly remember how it happened but I hear that I moved across the road and ended down in the river or something like that. I woke up in hospital and moved back to my wife and kids. I lost my education ( i had a master’s in agricultural economics. I heard that I’ll be fine a year from now. My brain would build itself and my lost memories would come back. I feel otherwise, it’s like I’m doomed forever.

  23. Elle says:

    Can you help me? I breathed in CO from a cracked furnace at home for almost a year. I was very sick with multiple symptoms I won’t go into here. I had MRI’s saw multiple doctors, but none could figure out what happened until my AC broke down and technician also checked furnace and shut it down. Residual effects from CO poisoning are trouble with propioception – fluorescents and very bright lights form blue end of spectrum, strong wifi signals, striped visual patterns, strobe lights, very noisy environment, situations with a lot of commotion, going up over a bridge (not so much on way down) to name a few cause varying degrees of imbalance which then makes me panic. Was getting better, but lately much more debilitating and I don’t know why.. Any suggestions – this is limiting my life. Thank you.

  24. Amare says:

    Hi,how are you first,I suffered by memory lost and I didn’t remember what I tought after a few minute I need a special advice from you…
    Would you give me,please?

  25. Kim says:

    I was rear-ended while sitting at a traffic light by a teenager going 50 mph. I has been 10 months and I still have the concussion symptoms. Which nutrients/do you recommend l take to help speed my recovery? My life has changed. Unable to work, focus, concentrate etc.

  26. Jason Hallmark says:

    I’m not depressed, at one time I was, but I sleep, 4-8hrs I take one I take trazdone I have for over 15 years off and on, I was on more, but I didn’t like the effects of them, I’m not saying I don’t get depressed but that goes away if I challenge my mind I like to do the same thing on days I can. I forget alot but not as much as I used to and I go to brain injury meeting when I can and learn things that help to but I will say the biggest help I have had in the Bible the right side of my body is affected and I feel more pain. I have been in a car wreck more than once, pistolwhipped, assaulted I take pain meds right now and other thing to help my body. I thank God for helping me and Doctors, and anyone that has helped me. My stomach has problems and my eyes and my teeth but that does not stop me from living for Christ. My biggest problem is the way people treat me. I’m not saying they don’t have a right to do so. But forgive and move on. I will live forever because of my Faith in Jesus Christ. Everybody makes mistakes it learning from them is how I grew. I’m not saying just like when I was in school I failed but I still had a chance and got my GED before the brain injury. I didn’t know much after I woke up I learn to talk again I learned to walk again, Please treat people with brain injury with love and they we grow in this life or the next

  27. Kelsey Brenton says:

    I gave my brain a big bad bonk as slammed into a truck with my motorcycle! I have lost the ability to find my balance! Some year I’m hoping to be able to walk again BUT I’ve been on my butt in a wheelchair for around 10 years now and I’m feeling like I’m missing out on my life! I’ve gained tons of respect and admiration for the people who are in a chair for life! Actually I’ve gained appreciation for EVERYTHING and EVERYONE who is doing whatever they are involved with for the benefit of others!

  28. Matthew sharp says:

    Hi I’ve had a severe brain injury and I keep having these reacurring thoughts that keep repeating in my head over and over about the things I’m scared I won’t be able to do again can you please tell me if people recover from this

    • Amen Clinics says:

      Hello Matthew, thank you for reaching out. We certainly have seen success with many patients that suffer from symptoms of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and other forms of head trauma. We’d be happy to reach out to you directly to discuss further.

      • Joshua says:

        Hello, i just assumed it would be ok if i shared. I M 35 years old. Approximately 5’11” 207pounds. 12/26/2018 i was in a head on collision and suffered a severe brain injury. I haven’t been able to walk and have many issues with my left arm. It pretty much effected my left side. My balance is completely out. I’m here because I wanted to know if there was anything extra I could do to help my brain. I’ve gotten alot better. Just not all the way yet. Thank you for the post. P.s. I’ve started drinking acup of coffee every morning. And it helps give me energy. Before the accident i drank a cup every morning. Just something to wake me up. Doesn’t seem to negatively effect me.

  29. Nomandla says:

    Firstly thank you so much for this information, however I have a question please respond,my mother (69) has been having memory problems then we finally got the cause that it is syphilis and now she is being treated for it so my main concern is she ever going recover from the brain demage or are there ways to improve her brain (memory) as she does not remember anything and does not recognize us(family)

  30. Noor says:

    Ive had two concussions this year and then two prior to this. It has really been difficult in dealing with all this and having underlying anxiety, PMDD, panic attacks and migraines. I just hope it doesnt get worse, its alot too handle. I hate the brain fog and sometimes not knowing where I am.

    • George says:

      Hi Amen Clinic,
      Thank you so very much for your article. I find it greatly helpful, thanks alot. Please I will require further communication and advise from you. Suffered anxiety and doing much better now.
      What do you advise further to support my great recovery.
      Thank you.
      George.

  31. Bee says:

    im coming out of a 2 year personal hell where there is not enough space to comment on all. but in a nut shell there are over 31 emotional hits ranging from all sorts of abuse to bullying, losing my job, friends, my business and money due to inability to function which is well over $120k, and my home and lots more. i guess the crux of it is ive had 2 mental breakdowns as a result of my body going into shock and getting stuck in fight flight mode for about 6 months each time and im going on a roller coaster dealing with intense lows, feelings of disassociation and sometimes just not able to function. i no longer feel like a fraction of myself. i am a proactive person and i try and help myself by looking for new friendships and reading/researching on emotional trauma etc.. i am trying to sleep more and try and eat healthy but if there is anything that you can offer for some mental stability and for these disassociation episodes to stop would be helpful

  32. Rebel sanan says:

    Hii
    I have been sniffing petrol for last 6 months and I have damaged my brain badly , and I need someone to get me out of this. I had stopped sniffing but can someone please tell me how do recover from my brain damage. It took me 30mins to write this message. Pls help me recover myself.

  33. Michelle says:

    Hi! My daughter sustained a frontal lobe brain injury when she was 6 yrs old. At the time we were told she would “bounce back” and she only had millimeters of damage! Fast forward —she is now 22 yrs old and we have seen her struggling for the last 10 yrs. She has been to neurologists who have said “some people are just not that smart” and counselors etc for anxiety , depression and cognitive issues almost like she has a learning delay undiagnosed. She is currently not in school or working and has low self esteem and motivation. We don’t know how to help her — can you tell us where to start over? Just want her to be happy and productive person.

  34. Adepoju Paul says:

    My son of 25years has brain toch from childbirth go different places even UCH no answer, now, he talked till daybreak which medicine can he use, to regain his memory, he used Chinese medicine and many other

  35. Adebowale says:

    Pls I need your advice on my situation I am having a constant headache and I never experience such in life since 6years till now I once hit my head against a plank I never take it serious from the peak of this issues a mere headache I thought because I didn’t feel this at beginning until I started have vision of light am affected at my forehead most pls help

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