“The Secondary Injury” A Concussion’s Silent Partner
Though each traumatic brain injury (TBI) and concussion are unique to each individual, medical science has discovered that the occurrences that follow during the secondary injury are proven to be probable and foreseeable. While the biological events occur in a very calculable fashion, the degree of damage during the secondary injury can be altered if the appropriate measures are taken.
Are You Helping Your Brain?
A high-performance machine like the brain must be well cared for, or else performance can be impeded. When deprived of vital nutrients brain health suffers, cognitive impairment begins, and healing is stalled.
The Concussion Recovery Guide is broken up into 3 easy to understand sections guiding you from impact through recovery.
- The first section takes you into the brain incorporating neurological and concussion education revealing what most people don’t know about concussions.
- The second section teaches you the best foods to aid the brain in the recovery process including food lists and a complete meal plan approach.
- The third section walks you through the reconstruction and recovery stages with helpful pdf downloads like a symptom tracker and goal and recovery chart. It also includes coaching elements for the individual recovery and their community around them.
The intentions of this book are to educate, bring awareness, and help guide others in their journey towards living happy and passionately through the recovery process and life thereafter.
The Concussion Recovery Guide complete coaching program with both audio and video chapters, implementation pdf’s plus bonus material.
The Concussion Recovery Guide was created also with our heroes in mind. It includes downloadable exercises to aid in the recovery through the challenges that both post concussion syndrome and PTSD can bring. The Brain Support Meal Plan is intended to offer the nutrients that help the brain balance out, lessening the effects of neurological anxiety that can be a common result from concussions and PTSD syndromes.