Brainlash: Maximize Your Recovery from Mild Brain Injury
Brainlash: Maximize Your Recovery from Mild Brain Injury, 3rd Edition is an easily accessible guide that complements medical treatment for anyone with mild brain injury. Written by a psychotherapist who has experienced mild traumatic brain injury firsthand, its down-to-earth, practical advice covers virtually every aspect of the recovery process. You will find guidelines on self-esteem, stamina, support systems, intimacy issues, driving, nutrition, pain, and much more. This book is packed with up-to-date findings, the newest in brain injury technologies, a list of resources, and a comprehensive bibliography, and will answer all those questions your medical team may not.
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For Family Members
A Good Brain Day
THE PHYSICAL BODY
Nutrition and the Low Glycemic Diet
The Healthy Brain Diet
Trauma Recovery and the Newly Fragile You
Attention Span and Overwhelm
Talking and Thinking
Stamina Fatigue and Energy
Risk and Initiation
Remembering What You Know
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