Cognitive Problems After TBI

After a TBI it is common for people to have problems with attention, concentration, speech and language, learning and memory, reasoning, planning and problem solving.

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Emotional Problems After TBI

A brain injury can change the way people feel or express emotions. An individual with TBI can have several types of emotional problems.

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Relationships After TBI

After TBI, many couples find that their relationship with each other changes dramatically. These changes are very personal and can be very emotional for both people in the relationship.

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Sexuality and TBI

Changes in sexual functioning are common after TBI. If you are experiencing sexual problems, there are things you can do to help resolver these problems.

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Sleep After TBI

Many people who have brain injuries suffer from sleep disturbances. Not sleeping well can increase or worsen depression, anxiety, fatigue, irritability and one’s sense of well-being. It can also lead to poor work performance and traffic or workplace accidents.

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Depression and TBI

Depression is a common problem after TBI. About half of all people with TBI are affected by depression within the first year after injury.

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