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How can a brain injury affect your lifestyle?

If you have experienced a traumatic incident in New Mexico resulting in a brain injury, you may have been told that your lifestyle and emotional state will be altered indefinitely. While this news is seemingly expected at first, you may find yourself surprised at just how much a brain injury can affect life as you have known it for so long. When you are aware of what types of challenges you may face along the way, you may be better equipped to overcome hurdles and adjust to new changes in a positive and effective way.

According to Virginia Commonwealth University News, your brain injury could affect more than just you. In fact, it may affect your relationships with family members such as your spouse. Your loved ones will be coping with helping you to adjust and regain focus while navigating triggers to avoid hindering your healing or creating emotional instability. Sudden changes in your physical abilities and even your personality will take time for everyone to get used to. 

Some of the differences you may notice include changes to your skills, attention span, ability to remember certain things and your ability to concentrate on designated tasks. You may also experience depression and physical limitations. Professionals such as psychotherapists and counselors may play a critical role in your recovery as they facilitate your understanding of these changes and help you to cope in healthy ways. 

The information in this article is intended for educational purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice.  

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