If just happen to wake up and cannot hear in one ear, you may be suffering from sudden sensorineural hearing loss. It would be great if there was something definitive about this disorder, however there is not. SSHL as it is referred to can strike anyone at any time, there is no predisposition toward men or women however it does occur more frequently in people over the age of 40. Some of the symptoms related to sudden deafness are dizziness, vertigo, nausea, tinnitus and disorientation. If you are experiencing these symptoms, you will want to do a few things IMMEDIATELY!
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) occur when an external force causes brain dysfunction. A mild TBI can be a concussion that is caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head that change the way brain works. It can cause a loss of consciousness for a few seconds to minutes or the person may seem dazed and confused. A change in mental status at the time of the injury or loss of consciousness is the reason a diagnosis of mild traumatic brain injury is made (Brain Injury Alliance Utah). Most people recover from mild TBIs quickly and fully (Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2013).
MPII002-2.1 Describe how to recognise and manage head injuries including: ⍕ concussion ⍕ skull fracture ⍕ cerebral compression Any head injury is a potentially serious condition. Many injuries to the head lead to unconsciousness, which puts the airway at risk. The below are 3 conditions that may be present in a head injury: Concussion: A concussion is normally by a blow to the head, a child may be unconscious for a short amount of time after which they should start to come round and recover completely. Signs for this sort of injury would be a bump, bruising or swelling. A headache, nausea or vomiting and possibly drowsiness or blurred vision.
Therefore, due to poor evidence and support stroke patients are rarely referred for surgical options. Some patients could be considered for technological gait analysis, and these patients would even benefit from a simple surgery. A lot of times gait abnormalities are very subtle and very difficult to diagnose. Sometimes they happen months after the initial event, making it even more difficult to notice the gait abnormality. A suggestive approach to help with these difficulties of treating gait abnormality have been suggested: 1.
Once he returns to play he gets hit again, before being fully healed (1). There can be many effects from SIS, such as physical paralysis, mental disabilities, and epilepsy (Tyler and Nelson 2). SIS seems to occur mostly in teenagers because they usually don’t report their injuries or they rush to go back playing (2). Tyler and Nelson states a grade I concussion consist of having no loss of
Concussion can usually be treated at a hospital or doctor's office right a way however some patients may have to stay overnight or in trauma cases there may be bleeding inside the skull. Concussion recover depends on many things such as age, where the blow to the head was,how hard the head was hit, and how healthy the person was before the hit. The concern with football players is the constant blows to the head that sometimes create concussion and multiple concussions with a person is showing long term effects such as difficulty with concentration and memory and sometimes physical coordination. A study of American high school and college players confirmed 94 catastrophic head injuries in a 13 year period, 71 percents of the high school cases had had a concussion in the same season with 39 percent playing with residual
Abuse of Steroids Bryan Cruse Dr. T. Mathias Eng 121-fall 5 December 5, 2008 Abuse of Steroids The use of steroids in high school football is becoming a life threatening practice for young athletes. According to Seth Livingstone in Sports Weekly “lives are being altered-even lost to the use of performance enhancing substances that have made their way to the corridors and playing fields of the nation’s high school, collage, and professional athletes.” Steroids are manufactured substances that produce male hormones that produce un-natural stimulants used for muscle building. These drugs can be prescribed for things such as delayed puberty, AIDS, and other causes that cause the muscle mass to decrease. But the problem
There are a large amount of people who go through extreme siffering and become disabeled as an result of strokes. Before most people have full blown strokes there body will usually go through certain periods of schock that are huge signs to let people now there body is going through something. Usually these symptoms are dizziness when first rising in the morning and aslo numbness these are just a few there are more.The sooner the symptoms of a stroke are recognized the better it is on the patienyt to treat the problem. This increases the chances of better health. Not everyone has symptoms the ones that due and recognize them are lucky compared to the people who just have strokes.
I think sexual education should be taught in high school. Although this can be a very controversial topic among parents and educators there are many solid reasons why this is important knowledge for teens. Students need to be aware of the risks of Sexually Transmitted Infections. There are many kinds of STIs, and high school kids need to be aware of all of them. They need to know the short and long term effects of these infections, which are the most common and which are the most dangerous, and the difference between viruses and bacterias.
Effects of Bullying on Children Joanna Solis American InterContinental University ENG106 Professor Bennett May 14, 2012 Abstract Bullying causes so many devastating effects in people’s lives, especially children because many times they do not know what exactly is happening around them, much less the consequences words or sometimes even a push or a shove can have. Bullies need to understand that there are consequences for them too, in the long run, they could be faced with the same faith as the ones they themselves bullied. Whether it’s banter or just playing around, there’s a fine line between teasing and bullying. Effects of Bullying on Children Bullying has always been a part of American culture and it is seen in almost every school across the country. There are even some people that view it as a “normal” situation in which, in their opinion, everyone has to deal with at some point in time.