In this webinar replay, you’ll learn the steps that you need to take to support your flag football player in the event of a concussion.
CONCUSSION IN SPORTS
What it means to young brains, and how to recover if your athlete sustains one.
Important facts you should know to protect your child:
- Mechanism(s) of injury
- Brain inflammation and what that means
- How to feed the brain
- How to retrain the brain
View our presentation to learn:
- What if someone gets a second concussion while they’re recovering from the 1st?
- What if someone has pre-existing digestive problems, headaches, anxiety or attention/focus issues?
- What if someone is sick and gets a concussion?
- Compare a healthy eater versus a junk food eater. Who do you think will recover faster?
In a recent Time Magazine article, titled “How One Season Of Football Affects A Child’s Brain,” researcher Dr. Christopher Whitlow, chief of neuroradiology at Wake Forest, noted that the effects from concussions take years to show up.
He also noted white matter changes in the brain, which are concerning since the brain’s white matter is still developing and evolving during childhood, and changes to its normal trajectory might have lasting effects on many aspects of brain function, from cognition to personality to behavior.
For now, he says, the results shouldn’t discourage children from being physically active, or even from playing football. But, he says, “we should do simple things now to protect children, like knowing the signs and symptoms of concussion and teaching them to children, so if they are injured on the field, they can get help from health professionals right away.”
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