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Fatigue and coping strategies after a brain injury

Fatigue and coping strategies after a brain injury

Brooke Trotter | 28 August 2019

After head trauma, it is very likely that you will suffer from some level of fatigue or tiredness called ‘cognitive fatigue’, this is different from physical fatigue felt after exercise. Read Brooke Trotter's blog on fatigue and coping strategies after a brain injury

Denial after a Brain Injury

Denial after a Brain Injury

Brooke Trotter | 25 April 2019

Accepting change in your life after a Brain Injury can be tough. In this blog, find out how Brook Trotter struggled to come to terms with his Brain Injury.

Improving memory after a brain injury: Talk to yourself

Improving memory after a brain injury: Talk to yourself

Brooke Trotter | 20 February 2019

The tendency to lose your focus and have your thoughts wander off becomes much worse after a brain injury. Thoughts become like slippery eels that you cannot keep hold of, but a good way to keep hold of those eels is by talking out loud to yourself. Read Brookes blog on improving memory after a brain injury

Brain injury and depression: New life's resolution

Brain injury and depression: New life's resolution

Brooke Trotter | 21 January 2019

After a brain injury, it is very easy to fall into depression. I stopped looking after myself, my hair was untidy, I put weight on and I stopped looking after my skin - Read how Brooke Trotter used exercise to combat the signs of depression.

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