What Is A Brain Injury?

What Is A Brain Injury?

In the UK, approximately 160,000 people are admitted to hospitals each year, and about 1.3 million people are living with disabilities resulting from these injuries. There are many different causes of brain injury. They can range in severity from mild (such as a...

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Spinal Cord Injury And Mental Health

Spinal Cord Injury And Mental Health

A spinal cord injury is a life-changing event. It affects every part of life, from work, hobbies, exercise, relationships, self-esteem and a person’s overall sense of self. Recovery and adjusting to a new way of life is not an easy process to deal with. Research shows...

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What Is Spinal Cord Injury?

What Is Spinal Cord Injury?

Each year, the number of people in the UK with a spinal cord injury or diagnosed with a life-changing spinal cord injury is estimated to be around 2,500, whilst the total number of people living with a spinal cord injury in the UK is 50,000. These estimates are from...

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Care Following A Brain Injury

Care Following A Brain Injury

If your loved one has experienced a brain injury, you may be wondering what the future holds for them. The level of help and treatment someone receives for a brain injury will depend on the severity of their injury and how long it is expected to take for them to...

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Relaxation Activities For Stroke Survivors

Relaxation Activities For Stroke Survivors

Following a stroke, it's common to have feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. But there are ways to calm your mind and lift your spirits. Here are some activities that people who have had a stroke can do to help their mental health. Listen to music. Music can...

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5 Tips To Help People With Dementia Sleep Better

5 Tips To Help People With Dementia Sleep Better

It is common for a person with dementia to spend a lot of time sleeping. This is especially true for the later stages of dementia. As dementia progresses, the damage to the brain becomes more extensive and they gradually become weaker and frailer over time. But an...

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