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Heal your brain from past injuries, no matter how recent or long ago.
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Concussion Rescue Course

Learn what concussions are and natural ways to heal from them. Whether you’ve only had one concussion, or you’re worried about CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy), this course can help you.

What causes concussions?

Common causes of concussions include:

  • Falls—falling out of bed, slipping in the bath or shower, falling down steps, falling off ladders

  • Motor vehicle-related collisions—involving cars, motorcycles, or bicycles; also, pedestrians involved in accidents

  • Violence—caused by gunshot wounds, assaults, domestic violence, or child abuse

  • Sports injuries—besides football, they are common in soccer, boxing, baseball, lacrosse, skateboarding, hockey, cycling, basketball, and other high-impact or extreme sports

  • Explosive blasts and other combat injuries

What are some of the consequences of concussions?

Concussions can cause confusion, difficulty concentrating, memory problems, personality changes, moodiness, angry outbursts, balance issues, increased anxiety, and may even cause you to have suicidal thoughts.

Do these consequences develop immediately following a concussion?

The impacts of a concussion may develop weeks, months, or even years after a head injury has occurred. Because of this, many people don’t make the connection that their issues are related to the head injury they experienced.

Who gets concussions?

Over 2 million new head injuries occur in the U.S. every year, and the number of concussions is rising, especially among children. From 2010 to 2015, concussion diagnoses jumped 43% among the general population. For young people from 10 to 19 years of age, however, concussion diagnoses skyrocketed 71%.

Do I need to be a doctor or scientist to understand the material in this course?

No! None of the material in this course is hard to learn. It is designed to be fun, informative, and practical. You can take what you learn and start implementing it in your life today!

How can this course help me if I’ve had a concussion?

This course gives you the tools you need to help heal the brain after head injuries. You’ll discover the 11 major risk factors that either prevent healing or promote the recovery process. In addition, you’ll learn which foods to eat and which to avoid as well as why getting your hormones checked is so important to overcoming issues related to concussions.

Sample Lesson: Concussion Rescue Course