¿Cómo funciona la conmoción cerebral? - Clifford Robbins
"Cada año, en los Estados Unidos, los jugadores de deportes y actividades recreativas reciben entre 2.5 y 4 millones de conmociones cerebrales. ¿Cómo de peligroso son todas esas conmociones cerebrales? La respuesta es complicada y reside en cómo responde el cerebro cuando algo lo golpea". Clifford Robbins explica la ciencia detrás de las conmociones cerebrales.


 

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Concussions
How dangerous are concussions?
Jell-O Brain
Inside its protective membranes ...
The brain, a vast neuron network
Which causes a concussion
Coma after a concussion : A myth
Post Concussion Syndrome
Post Concussion Syndrome
Post Concussion Syndrome
A concussion can be hard to diagnose
If it happens repeatedly...
Neurone and Axon imagery
Diffusion Tensor Imaging
Brain damage
Axon tearing
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy
Sub-concussive hits
Dementia
The culprit is a protein called Tau.
Breakdown of connections
Tau protein spreading
A little statistic
Because sport is a pleasure...
This doesn’t just undermine recovery
Our brains aren’t invincible

 

 

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Which causes a concussion

The damage can manifest in many different ways, including blackout, headache, blurry vision, balance problems, altered mood and behavior, problems with memory, thinking, and sleeping, and the onset of anxiety and depression.