Sleep disorders can be caused by a brain injury, such as a concussion (a mild traumatic brain injury). Many of my clients and patients with brain injuries report that they have issues sleeping. Some have trouble falling asleep. Some have trouble staying asleep. Some have trouble with both falling asleep and staying asleep. And some can sleep the day away. These types of sleep issues can inhibit restorative sleep. Yet, restorative sleep is critical to brain health and healing. Without restorative sleep, symptoms of a traumatic brain injury, whether it is a concussion (mTBI), Moderate, or Severe, will continue. Click here to read more
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