93% of our patients report experiencing difficulty concentrating and difficulty with attention.
Memory issues are often what comes to mind when people think of a head injury. And it is common, 91% our patients report experiencing difficulty remembering.
Feeling Mentally Foggy
Mental Fog, Brain Fog, or Fuzzy thinking is the third most common symptoms our patients experience affecting more than 90%
Feeling Slowed Down
89% of our patients report feeling slowed down as one of their post-concussion symptoms.
Fatigue affects 87% of our patients. Fatigue may stem from sleep problems or from your brain working harder to perform your daily tasks
Another hallmark symptoms many people think of when they hear the word concussion is headaches, which affect 84% of patients
Personality changes are often go under reported by patients after a concussion, however, they can be a very serious symptoms of a head injury. 81% of our patients report feeling more irritable after their injury.
Drowsiness comes in at number 8 with 80% of patients reporting it. Like fatigue, drowsiness often accompanies you body and brain working too hard and sleep disturbances after a concussion.
Nervousness is also report by 80% of our patients. Our patient report several different reasons for their nervousness including things like: Will I ever get better? Am I making my symptoms up? or an increase of overall anxiety.
Sensitivity to Noise
Though many people think Sensitivity to noise (and light) end soon after the initial injury, those sensitivities often continue to linger on unseen. 78% of our patient report experiencing Sensitivity to noise long after their injury.