A concussion is an injury to the brain that can be severe, disabling, and sometimes life-threatening.
The most common form of concussion is a mild one called a mild traumatic brain injury.
Other injuries are more severe, but they usually occur at the back of the head.
The severity of the concussion varies, but a concussion is the loss of consciousness and feeling that occurs when a blow to the head causes a sharp, sudden, or sudden change in position or movement.
Some people have mild or no symptoms.
The brain is the only organ in the body that can withstand a concussion.
The only way to prevent a concussion, as with any other injury, is to get medical help quickly.
For most people, a concussion that occurs suddenly is a good thing.
A concussion that happens unexpectedly can be even worse.
If a person is injured while walking, standing, or lying down, it is likely that a concussion occurred.
This is because the brain doesn’t have time to adjust to the sudden change of position or to adjust itself to new motion.
In most cases, the brain recovers and does not experience any symptoms.
People with mild concussion can often move quickly, but not very effectively.
A person who is knocked unconscious, or who has a concussion and cannot be revived, has a hard time doing any kind of simple tasks or even being able to move.
If the person has been hit by something, it can be difficult for them to stand or walk again.
If they do not recover quickly, they may suffer permanent brain damage.
A mild concussion is rare.
In one case, a patient had mild concussion when he walked into the bathroom of his hospital.
He was able to walk to the door without difficulty.
But later on, his condition deteriorated and he died of brain hemorrhage.
A study by Dr. Donald W. Noll and his colleagues at the University of Florida School of Medicine found that in three cases in which patients with mild concussions died, their brains were not properly sorted out, so they were not treated appropriately.
In other cases, patients were not cared for properly or were not able to get help from their family or friends.
People who suffer from mild concussion should avoid all contact sports and activities, even those that are not dangerous or dangerous for them, such as dancing, sports, or other activities where they can easily be injured.
They should also not go to the beach or swimming pools unless they are at least six months or older and have been diagnosed with mild to moderate concussion.
A serious concussion is very different from a mild concussion.
People may be seriously injured or have mild to severe brain damage, depending on the severity of their injury.
A severe brain injury causes permanent loss of cognitive function.
If this occurs, people may need to be hospitalized for months or even years.
They may need a disability pension, which is a payment from the state that pays for people who cannot work because of their brain injury, or may be on the disability pension waiting list for life.
It is important to remember that the symptoms of a concussion can differ between people.
Mild concussions are more likely to cause symptoms like memory loss, confusion, confusion of thoughts, and impaired concentration.
If symptoms like these occur, the person may need special attention and medical care.
People suffering from severe brain injuries should be treated as if they were seriously injured.
If someone suffers a concussion while driving or while using a vehicle, the driver should call 911 immediately.
Emergency medical services are also called to help with the patient’s symptoms.
There are many different kinds of concussions.
Some are more serious, such that the person’s brain may be permanently damaged.
These are called mild traumatic head injuries.
Other types of concussive injuries, such the more severe forms, are more common and are usually mild.
The types of brain injury that affect people the most vary depending on how severe the injury is.
A head injury that is mild or moderate may cause no symptoms, but severe head injuries can cause severe symptoms that can last a long time.
People should always ask their doctor before going to a hospital or doctor’s office for treatment of a mild or severe concussion.
Concussions can also occur in sports.
Some sports have helmets that protect the head from head trauma.
These sports have been around for centuries, and they have a history of serious injuries.
However, there is no evidence that helmets help prevent brain injury in sports such as football and basketball.
In sports such like tennis and basketball, there are a lot of factors that go into the success of a game, and the game is a highly competitive one.
Injuries to the skull in these sports are often more severe than the injuries to the neck and brain.
There is also little or no testing for concussions, so many people who are seriously injured may not know that they have been injured.
Many sports require that people wear protective gear, such like helmets, goggles, and face shields.
Some sport organizations require that all athletes wear protective equipment. The