Traumatic Head Injuries

Traumatic Brain Injuries, Head Injuries, Concussions and Whiplash

70-80% of people suffering from these conditions have the following symptoms which can be helped:

  • Reading. Problems reading because of a change in clarity or stability of the print.
  • Sustained Attention and Concentration. Problems with ease and comfort reading and doing other visual activities
  • Light Sensitivity. Individuals become light sensitive. This makes going outside, being in bright lighting or fluorescent lighting, and driving at night uncomfortable or stressful.
  • Physical Symptoms.¬†Experience headaches, nausea, dizziness, anxiety, irritability, or stomach aches. The severity of these physical symptoms is often increased by sunlight, bright lighting, reading, and other visually-intensive activities.
  • Depth Perception. Problems with activities that require the ability to judge depth or spatial relationships.
  • Fatigue. General sense of being tired and fatigued.
  • Neurological Problems. Light-induced seizures, tremors, or other similar problems.

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