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- What Is a Concussion?
- Fourteen Inches to Peace: Seven Simple Steps to Move from Your Head to Your Heart
- Facts About Concussion and Brain Injury
The approach is deceptively simple, yet requires awareness and diligence from the practitioner. Fourteen Inches to Peace is separated into three major parts. That is an improvement. My understanding is that ACIM is a spiritual approach, although I could be wrong because so little is presented to clarify that. However, the answers barely scratch the surface as to whether ACIM is a spiritual method or a full belief system.
And one could perhaps read this book not as a reference for the individual practices but as a reference to a spiritual practice that provides peace in your daily life. Otherwise, due to its confusing explanation of ACIM, it falls short. BalboaPress August 24, Language: Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Start reading Fourteen Inches to Peace on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Share your thoughts with other customers.
Write a customer review. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Fourteen Inches to Peace: Set up a giveaway. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. I forget so many important things like it never was a part of my life. Appointments I miss, scheduling appointments at the same time and not realizing it, forgetting what I was talking or thinking about, losing words that I know and have used all my life, tremors and shaky movements that come and go, etc I feel like I am crazy now, and people have asked me if I am drunk when I don't drink alcohol.
I know better than to dis-respect others, so I isolate myself to prevent outbursts that I cannot control, and to avoid interacting in ways that others don't deserve. I feel like a different person completely, and it is something I try not to think about. I finally have some resolution financially to try and address my body, but I worry it's just a money pit in waiting that will produce minimal results.
It's been 2 years, and I treated with therapy for as long as insurance allowed before the money was used. You are not alone, and I hope you know that our heart's can still guide your ways matter how broken, even if we find ourselves acting out on a whim. I know I feel bad afterwards, and I wish that I hadn't went ballistic out of nowhere, but it's just a part of whatever went wrong in our brains. Someday there will be better treatments and care, but until that day comes all we can do is try to be the best we can be, especially towards others.
That is my take on a hard truth that I face, and I hope you see that it's not your fault. The side airbag hit my left side of my head so hard that I just remember everything going white. I actually told a priest 2 weeks ago that I feel I died that day! The really bad days are the laying in bed at night because no one can see a physical injury so you lay there at bed time cus your tired of feeling like a burden and that you know your smarter then your physical body is letting you be!
About 2 years ago I got hit on my left side of my temple, it hurt unlike anything else when it first happened, but I just thought it was like any other time I hit my head so I didn't go see a doctor or worry much about it Now 2 years have passed and I am having really bad aching pain on that exact spot, when I touch that spot it hurts so bad, and it feels different compared to the other side of my temple, also my left eye starts hurting randomly or when I blink, the left side of my forehead is also very sensitive.
I recently got ringing in my ears and blurred vision at work a few weeks back, too. I am so scared because I don't know what to do or what it is. I don't want to not wake up one day, either. If anyone knows what this could be please let me know. This sounds exactly what I'm going through. I didn't see the doctor, either. Neither did I report it or press charges against my ex boyfriend for punching me in the head.
When the swelling went down, I thought I was okay. Then I started having problems in that area, migraines, extreme mood swings, and increased depression. I didn't know that I got a concussion. As I never got it checked. When I went to the hospital today, they told me that it was coincidence that it hurts in the same spot I got punched. They prescribed me pain meds and referred me to see a psychologist. It seems the doctors won't take me seriously because I didn't get it checked at the time.
I made a mistake that they have no right to judge and blame me for. I need help, so do you, so do we all. I see that your post was made last year. I hope you go the help you need. I hit my head hard on a door frame 9 days ago and saw my Dr.
What Is a Concussion?
As I'm on blood thinners, he said I needed to go to hospital for a CT scan immediately. The results came back clear and I was sent home, but the pain has gotten worse. I phoned the Dr. You need to see a neurologist. Do some research as neurologist specialize in certain aspects of the brain. I have a 30 year old who is severe TBI from an auto accident 28 years most of her brain is dead but she walks talks runs remembers names high observant and understands more than people realize.
My other child is 23 and has suffered 7 concussions and this one is having major brain issues and has little short term memory major head pain that does not seem to stop. We are dealing with those issues now. Did your doctor ask you to fill out a form called a concussion protocol, or an Acute Concussion Evaluation? This will result in a total symptom score, which can then advise your doctor as to the seriousness of your symptoms. Be an advocate and ask for a different type of test MRI?? I have also recently suffered from a concussion About a month ago I got hit in the side of my head with a plastic drink that was unopened thrown from about 90 feet in the air estimated going about 50mph when it hit my head.
I am still having some issues that are alarming me. When do you know if it is long term nerve damage? Just keep telling me to be patient and relax. Got hit on the right side of my face near ear temple with a book on the job. Had all your symptoms and more was out of work four months. Best treatment vestibular treatment some symptoms get better but it takes time resting sleeping is the best thing to help your brain heal you will not be the same again.
Understand being the bread winner part too try getting a lot off sleep when you are off work. Has anyone had issues with sleep getting worse? I was diagnosed with the same condition 18 mos again and still have issues with staying asleep at night. My neurologist placed me on Amitriptyline, 10mg. This med help me to stay asleep for a long time at night.
When I don't take this med, I will surely have trouble staying asleep. Fell and hit the back of my head in a parking lot a few months ago, knocked me out for an unknown amount of time Severe nausea and headaches, hort term memory loss, etc etc the list goes on Went to the hospital the next day, an MRI showed no fractures so they basically kicked me out.
I have no insurance and it's been almost three months and nothing has changed I can't function and none of my research is helping! You may wonder, "what can I do? Show up to the fight. Reach out to your old Veteran buddies, let them know that you are there if they need it. Let them know that you will answer the phone, day or night, rainstorm or snowstorm, close or far away.
Anytime you are knocked out you have had a concussion. A neurologist is who you need to see. Research them as they specialize - strokes, seizures, headaches, etc. Make sure to get your medical records from the hospital visit. Note that tests on the brain do not show all the issues -such as defusion- also when you fell your brain bounced around and that can take time to heal. Most doctors charge less for cash payments when paid in full at the time of the visit. Many hospitals have grants that with a proof of low income will write off testing.
It can take a year or more for your symptoms to subside or they may never. The first five years after a brain injury is when you see the most gains. Eating for the brain is very important especially when you are healing. Rest and de stress, rest heals the brain. I fell 3yrs ago hit the back of my head.
Have concussion still dealing with symptoms had swelling like for 2yrs memory problems cognitive and fears and emotional brain I have done without any meds for it and eating lots of protien hope to still heal but to tell you the truth it is a long heal and your patience are challenged every day a terrible injury to be honest just never give up and have hope work on the healing every day. Things really changed for me when I saw a D.
It was SO worth the money. I had a very bad car accident last week and had concussion. I hope it's nothing serious! This same thing happened about 4 years ago and I had a fractured skull and concussion from that incident.see url
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This time did not seem as bad but it has now been over a week and I am still having constant headaches, even after taking tylenol or ibuprofen. I also am not sleeping well and I notice every little sound. I have also noticed in the last few days that food does not taste good. Its almost like it tastes old or bland to me. I fell and hit forehead on cement sidewalk 4 months ago, CT showed all OK, but definite concussion with extreme vomiting, etc.
Still struggling with exhaustion half the time; have normal days, but I then crash sleep hours nights. I've always been active and this is a little depressing and discouraging. I've heard it can take a year for full recovery for us older 70 gals. I fell nearly a year ago, tripped in a pothole and fell face down on the cement in a grocery store parking lot and broke my nose, hit my for forehead so hard I had an acute concussion and was taken by ambulance to the hospital. The ER was so full, they put me in a wheelchair and made me wait for 5 hours before I was finally seen by a doctor and given xrays and a CT Scan.
I was sent home that evening with pain medicine and ice packs, but not advised very well about my concussion. I went to a neurologist on my own 2 months later because I kept having sleep issues, dizzy, balance problems, and nausea. My vision has been blurry at times, and so noticeable lately, that I just associated the changes in my vision with my fall. I didn't realize head injury could effect vision. I was driving today, and had to position my eye glasses at a different angle to read the road signs. I forgot to tell my optometrist about my fall when I went 5 months ago.
It's embarrassing to tell people why I've had memory and concentration problems. Friends seem to care for a little while, but no one understands unless they've been there. Concussion is very disruptive to your life, and it's easy to minimize it, or dismiss how much it does change your life and daily functioning because it's an invisible disorder. Friends who see the pictures of my face after my fall, are blown away at how awful my blue and purple swollen eyes and red lump above my eye looks, but they tell me how good I look now, and I want to cry, because I still have pain and tenderness where my head hit the pavement, and I know my personality feels different to me.
I've had to rely on my self to recover and pace my self.
Facts About Concussion and Brain Injury
It's an ongoing process. Be patient with your self, and realize,it takes time for the brain to heal. My neurologist said it might be a couple of years. It has been frustrating, but I did feel somewhat better reading every one else's experiences.
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I do think age plays a big part in recovery, I am going to be 60, so I do think being older may require longer for my concussion to heal. It could have been so much worse, the ER doc said I was lucky I didn't crack my skull open, but it did bruise the bone. It is amazing how resilient the human brain really is though, and I am thankful to still be here! Prayers to everyone for a fast and full recovery! I believe that one of the most debilitating things dealing with concussions are the lack of knowledge of the basic concussion symptoms.
A person may just overlook a concussion symptom as a ordinary feeling that may just go away in time such a common cold not knowing that these symptoms need to be reported and treated medically by an medical professional. I hit the back of my head on a wall after a chair I was sitting in my officer broke.
I didn't have any issues expect pain at the beginning which became ok after 10 minutes. I slept that night fine. Then the next day I started having headaches, which I still have 5 days after the injury.
The headache is not severe but sometimes is bad. Even though at night I sleep well and when I sleep I don't feel any headache. Aside from the headache I also started having nausea and I don't feel like eating. I do have acid reflux so I am not sure if that is causing it. I went to see a doctor and he said there was no issues, that I was fine and i should only take anti-pain medicine.
Hello I do not have a concussion although this site greatly helped me. I am a seasoned debater very experienced sorry I have to have and ego in debate. Sorry off topic, I am debating a topic that states- -Full contact football should be banned for students under age 18 this topic is fake of course this is moc debate if you will. After reading through multiple comments I have now been able to understand the effects concussions can have on a person.
From what I can tell the long term effects of concussions can really change a persons life.
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I am touched by the accounts of many I am begining to feel what all of you are going through. Stress causes your brain to work harder and to send stronger signals. When I got my concussion, which I still have, I was going to school and taking finals. Crying, because of stress or for other reasons, can lead to dehydration, making your headaches worse.
I'm 17 and I was hit to the back of my head in October and still having symptoms to my concussion. A lot of people noticed I've changed because I used to be so happy and energetic and always wanting to do fun things. Now I don't feel like being in school or outside my room it feels like I'm suffocating into a small hole and can't breathe or be myself I hate people.
Now I feel like just someone being in same room as I am I wanna yell because I feel annoyed. I am diagnosed with PTSD, anxiety and depression.