Traumatic Brain Injury
TBI Inform - Hypoxic/Anoxic Brain Injury
Hypoxia refers to a reduction of oxygen supply to the body tissues, which includes the brain. Anoxia is a more extreme condition in which there is no oxygen in the bloodstream
Brain Injury in the Community
Living with a brain injury can require a range of resources, strategies and supports. The range of possible supports can be tremendous. Below is a list of common issues that can arise, with links to publications and/or other website with useful information. For more information please contact the Brain Injury Association of America at email@example.com.
Anxiety | Cardiac Psychology | Chronic Illness | Cognitive Issues | Daily Acts of Living | Depression | Find a Therapist | Hypothermia Therapy | Links to Psychiatry Associations | Living with an ICD | Memory Loss/Neurology | Mind/Body Resources | Post Traumatic Stress Disorder | Rehabilitation | Stress | Studies on SCA and Survival | Support | Survivorship | Traumatic Brain Injury | Additional Resources
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