It's estimated that 5.3 million Americans currently suffer from life-long or long term effects of a Traumatic Brain Injury they've sustained. Additionally, the CDC estimates that nearly 1.7 Americans experience brain trauma annually- and that's only counting those who receive medical attention. Brain injuries can result in difficulties with memory, problem solving, communication and emotional regulation. Click on the articles below to learn more.
If your brain is in good health, here are some tips from the Alzheimer's Association on how to maintain and maximize your healthy brain's function for the long haul.
By: Christina Noble