Brain Damage: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment (cont.)
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What causes brain damage?
When the brain is starved of oxygen for a prolonged period of time, brain damage may occur. Brain damage can occur as a result of a wide range of injuries, illnesses, or conditions. Because of high-risk behaviors, males between the ages of 15 and 24 are most vulnerable. Young children and the elderly also have a higher risk.
Causes of traumatic brain injury include:
Causes of acquired brain injury include:
What are the symptoms of brain damage?
There are numerous symptoms of brain damage, whether traumatic or acquired. They fall into four major categories:
Cognitive symptoms of brain damage include:
Perceptual symptoms of brain damage include:
Physical symptoms of brain damage include:
Behavioral/emotional symptoms of brain damage include:
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