A Mild Traumatic Brain Injury silently destroys brain tissue until the after effects of heat, sound and nerve pressure are stopped. The pain in your head is the sign that tissue in the brain is damaged and needs time to heal. By turning off the pain alarm in the brain with medication, you run the risk of creating far more damage in your brain than you can image. The brain and body are connected thru a vast network of interactive nerves in the body that communicately direct with the brain. Your symptoms may show up as other body aches and pains and is the brains way of telling it is not completely healed of the original trauma.
Do you recall having a little bump on the head that was just a little painful which after a week or so you forgot about because the pain went away? And several weeks to several months later you started having other symptoms like headaches, neck stiffness, shoulder pains, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, blood sugar blues, anxiety, or even depression. Even stress levels seemed to be more noticeable and bothersome the longer time distanced you from the original trauma to your brain. Yet as delicate as the soft tissue is, your brain remembers the whole series of past as well as present brain injuries perfectly. This information is stored in your energy field. This could be the start of some internal disruption and then progress to more serious internal breakdown. Maybe the brain just got bruised like a bruise on your arm. The discolored bruise normally heals up in about a week or so. There is nothing more to worry about right? The body took care of that problem OR DID IT?
Pain is the first level defense again trauma. The body still has to go to work and replace damaged tissue and rebuild new tissue which takes more than just a week. Disturbed soft tissue, muscles, bones or injured nerve cells may react badly to trauma. The repair time can actually take longer than several months to heal properly especially when there are repeated re-injures over the years. All of the right raw materials and enough energy have to be available at the times the body begins this repair process. But most of us unless the pain is persistent or there are other real physical signs, will just ignore the inner workings of the body. This process continues until a group of these minor injuries gangs up on you and show more persistent symptoms that restrict your brain-body activities. How deep do these injuries have to go before it finally gets your attention again?
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