Concussion Awareness

Shaina Reins

What is a concussion and why is it important to be aware of?

A concussion is an injury to the brain or spinal cord, accompanied by loss of neural function, resulting from a blow to the head or a fall.

Concussions are very important to be aware of because of the risks if they are left untreated or aren't given the correct treatment.

A Concussion

Monday, March 21st, 11:45pm


Symptoms: Headache (even a small one), dizziness, nausea, vomiting, disorientation, confusion, vacant stare, any loss of consciousness, light headedness, poor coordination, slurred or incoherent speech, irritability, depression, anxiety, ringing in the ears, post traumatic amnesia, unresponsiveness, and pupils unresponsive to light.


Prevent concussions by wearing protective gear, doing strengthening exercises, and knowing the correct way of doing things (ex. not using your head to tackle someone).
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About Us

We're here to teach why its so important to be aware of concussions and their effects!