Diagnosing a concussion can sometimes be difficult, as each is different and symptoms can range wildly depending on the way the injury occurred and the severity of the injury. While headache, confusion and nausea are well known symptoms of brain injury, there are several other lesser known effects such as vision or behavioral problems. Despite the wide range of symptoms, they can be grouped into a few categories based on what part of the body is affected.
The infographic exploring these categories illustrates how a brain injury can affect functioning throughout the entire body. While the injury may be “invisible”, the damage is broad and shouldn’t be taken lightly.