Effects of concussion
Headaches or neck pain that do not go away
Difficulty remembering, concentrating, or making decisions
Slowness in thinking, speaking, acting, or reading
Getting lost or easily confused
Feeling tired all of the time, having no energy or motivation
Mood changes (feeling sad or angry for no reason)
Changes in sleep patterns (sleeping a lot more or having a hard time sleeping)
Lightheartedness, dizziness, or loss of balance
Urge to vomit (nausea)
Increased sensitivity to lights, sounds, or distractions
Blurred vision or eyes that tire easily
Loss of sense of smell or taste
Ringing in the ears
Things that cause concussion.
Any blow or jolt to the head
some of which seem harmless that can cause a concussion: Falling off a ladder, falling in the bathtub, or tripping on a rug are just a few ways you can sustain a concussion in your home. A concussion often occurs while playing a contact sport such as baseball or football, while skating, or while riding a skateboard if you are not careful.
When recovering from a concussion doctors use a neurological exam and imaging tests to diagnose a concussion. Most people fully recover from a concussion with time, After a concussion you need a lot of rest in order for the brain to heal correctly.