Traumatic brain injury is originated by the gentle concussions to severe head injury. It is caused by a wound that breaks the skull or blow in head or body, a fall or another injury. Mild traumatic brain injury can be recovered but who have severe traumatic brain injury may have many health complications.
The doctors will ask some questions that relate to the injury. To test the ability that how much you pay attention, how you respond, solve the riddles, learn and remember. Treatment depends on how much your injury is severe how long you can fight with it. Symptoms occur after traumatic brain injury is thinking problems, difficulty in sleeping, nervousness, feelings of sadness, headaches and dizziness.
Speech Therapy after Brain Injury
Speech therapy after brain injury will help the patients to relearn the communication patterns and to omit the confusions and nervousness that lowers the potential to communicate and improves communication skills.
The nerves in the brain that is responsible for muscle movement lead to disabled speech. A motor disorder known as dysarthria that affects speech triggered from a neurological injury of the muscles that are involved in talking. Dysarthria makes the difficulties in pronouncing the words. The speech therapy goals to increase muscles strength, improved breathing support, coordination of lip and tongue movement for improved speech intelligibility. Another speech condition apraxia involves causing difficulty in ordering sounds and syllables the person is not able to form a word but he knows what to say. To make it improve exercises are involved like practicing words to say correctly and slowing down the rates of speaking.
People with brain injuries need to get learned about the strategies regarding body language, maintaining conversation and facial expressions. Patients with Traumatic brain injury may have low vigor to make conversations and show low facial expressions the goal is to improve their skills to communicate.
To communicate with a person it is necessary to remember the events and information to talk about. People with TBI need targets to improve attention, planning, short term memory and organizing. It helps to improve the communication, focus on work and assignments; it also helps to recall numbers and events.