How to Treat Mild Concussions at Home?

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i fell backwards and hit my head hard went to the er had a ct scan it showed no bleeding or bone breakage a few days ago howeveri still have headaches in various area of my head how do i know if i have a concussion is there a test or screening for that
A simple test, take three cards, each card contains 8 numbers from the left to the right, someone holds the card in front of you, you read the numbers from left to right, see if you feel you can't do it quickly. The simple way was designed for playball athletes. Typically they test before a game, and re-test after a game, if an athlete spends 5 seconds more to finish one card it means he may have concussion during the game, and he shouldn't get hit again.
Doctors usually take neurological examinations and cognitive tests, to test your vision, hearing, sensation, balance, eyeball movement, cognition. You may try to see a neurologist to go through the tests.
i fell backwards and hit my head hard went to the er had a ct scan it showed no bleeding or bone breakage a few days ago howeveri still have headaches in various area of my head how do i know if i have a concussion is there a test or screening for that
Doctors usually take neurological examinations and cognitive tests, to test your vision, hearing, sensation, balance, eyeball movement, cognition. You may try to see a neurologist to go through the tests.
A simple test, take three cards, each card contains 8 numbers from the left to the right, someone holds the card in front of you, you read the numbers from left to right, see if you feel you can't do it quickly. The simple way was designed for playball athletes. Typically they test before a game, and re-test after a game, if an athlete spends 5 seconds more to finish one card it means he may have concussion during the game, and he shouldn't get hit again.
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