How to Reduce Brain Injury

Injury to the brain is one of the most traumatic and debilitating injuries that a person can experience. A person’s life changes within a matter of seconds when they experience a brain injury. The two most vulnerable groups to brain or spinal cord injuries are drivers and athletes. However, there are specific ways that a person can minimize their threat of brain injury. Drivers are advised to: not multitask, turn off cell phones, wear their seat belt, and drive defensively. Additionally, drivers should not drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol, nor should they drive when fatigued. Athletes can prevent brain injury by wearing protective gear such as a helmet or padding and staying away from high-risk stunts. Athletes should also prepare themselves by knowing what to do if a brain or spinal cord injury should occur. Finally, all individuals should remember to seek medical attention immediately after they suspect a brain or spinal cord injury. To read the full story, click here.

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