SPECIAL SECTION Neurotrauma EXPERT COUNSEL WHEN NEEDED EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR 78 Innovative Health - Summer 2016 /// BY LINDSAY CRAWFORD Some injuries are so severe that they impact every aspect of a person’s life. Dealing with the consequences of such an injury are already difficult enough, but imagine how much harder it would be to cope if you have no idea that you are injured. Suddenly, once-routine activities are impossible to complete, and controlling your temper has become difficult. You become isolated because your friends and family can’t deal with the changes in your behavior, and you lose your job because you are no longer able to drive. Unfortunately, many people suffering from a traumatic brain injury find themselves in this situation.
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