A head injury occurs when some trauma rocks the skull violently enough that the brain tissue inside hits the inside of the skull, twists, or is other wised shaken violently. With some serious or repeated brain trauma, dementia can result. Symptoms include memory loss, problems thinking clearly, insomnia, and many others.
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