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Signs of a Concussion and What To Do

Girisha Bharadwaj
Girisha Bharadwaj23 Aug 2022
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If, after hitting your head, you’re experiencing other symptoms such as dizziness, headache, blurry vision, or confusion, you might have a concussion. Taking a hit or blow to your head can be a jarring experience. If the pain from the hit is localized to just the area of impact, then taking over-the-counter painkillers (Tylenol or Ibuprofen) might suffice.

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Girisha Bharadwaj

Girisha is a second-year graduate student at Columbia University, pursuing a Master's in Public Health. She is excited to combine her passion for Public Health and writing with the hopes of delivering quality health information, one article at a time!

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