Can You Experience Traumatic Brain Injury Symptoms Years Later?
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You suffered a brain injury from a bump, blow, or jolt to the head earlier in your life. Years later, you experience one or many symptoms: foggy thinking, memory loss, trouble sleeping, anxiety, depression, or personality changes. Are those symptoms related to your brain injury earlier in your life? Derrick Allred, MD, director of the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation residency program at Craig H. Neilsen Rehabilitation Hospital at University of Utah Health, discusses the process used to determine if a concussion suffered earlier in life could be the cause, offers some reassurance, and provides advice on when to make an appointment with a specialist.