A concussion is treated with rest and avoidance of contact sports.
Studies of concussion in contact sports have shown that the risk of sustaining a second concussion is even greater than it was for the first if the person continues to engage in the sport.
Contact sports are avoided for one week following unconsciousness of only seconds, and for two weeks for unconsciousness of a minute or more.
Return to contact sports should only occur after one week with no symptoms, both at rest and during activity, and following examination by a physician.
It is possible. Please contact a professionally qualified medical person if you have suffered a concussion.
Many cases of concussion can be prevented by using appropriate protective equipment. This includes seat belts and air bags in automobiles, and helmets in all contact sports. Helmets should also be worn when bicycling
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Phillip Hossler has written: 'Getting a-head of concussion' -- subject(s): Sports injuries, Concussion, Brain