Surviving an accident with a severe brain injury is never easy. When you have a severe brain injury, you may experience behavior problems and other neuropsychological problems, depending on which part of the brain sustained the most damage.
An individual may experience behavioral problems after the recovery. This affects everyone differently. They might become easily angered, more reclusive, or less enthusiastic. Their post severe brain injury selves might be extremely different from their personalities before.
Another thing that a person who suffered severe brain injury will experience on the road to recovery is memory loss. He or she will have a difficult time concentrating and focusing on what they are doing at the moment. Learning to remember basic things such as your name and the name of objects, where you put things. and remembering directions.
Showing emotion or showing emotional responses such as smiling, getting angry more, and laughing are some of the reasons that a person who suffered severe brain injury will have trouble showing. This can put off some loved ones, and drive them away. It is important to be surrounded by people who really care. A good, stable support group is one of the best things that an individual recovering from a severe brain injury can have.