Migraine associated with concussion appears to be more prevalent among young athletes than is currently recognized, recent new studies suggest. Continue Reading
While most children suffer no long-term problems from concussion, or mild traumatic brain injury, nearly one out of four have symptoms that can last for months. These symptoms include headache as well as amnesia, vomiting and dizziness. Continue Reading
Concussion often results in a headache, but headaches due to a concussion will usually diminish with the passage of time. One must be concerned if the headache becomes progressively worse or is accompanied by drowsiness. This may be caused by a hemorrhage between the skull and the brain, and can be life-threatening. After a concussion, there may be temporary changes in mood and attention. Repeated concussions are very serious and can cause progressive changes in the brain.