Seeing Clearly After Accidents- Vision Changes and TBI
Following a car wreck, experiencing vision changes can clue you in to something possibly going wrong. Blurry vision indicates a possible brain injury. Of course, only a qualified medical professional can diagnose any medical issues you might be experiencing. Seek medical advice if you experience any of the following symptoms:
1. Noticeable changes in your field of vision.
2. New and bad headaches.
3. Double vision or spots.
4. Light sensitivity.
5. Trouble focusing.
6. Feeling overwhelmed or over stimulated in a bus environment.
7. Trouble judging distance and spatial relationships.
8. Dry eyes, trouble making tears.
9. Disorientation or memory changes.
10. Other vision changes, such as trouble telling colors or difficulty reading.
Brain injury is a dangerous injury. Do not ignore the symptoms. If you experience confusion, dizziness, nausea, or headache immediately following an accident, seek medical help immediately. Watch for the following in the days and weeks following an accident:
1. Persistent headache, even if it is mild
2. Sensitivity to light and noise
3. Insomnia, depression
4. Sight changes
5. Fatigue, mood changes
6. Concentration and memory problems
Symptoms such as blurred vision can indicate a brain injury. Have you or a loved one been the victim of an auto accident? Contact Kansas City Accident Injury Attorneys at 888-348-2616 for more information about a free initial consultation. You can also download your free copy of the resource guide 10 Essential Steps You Must Take to Protect Your Injury Claim from Kansas City Accident Injury Attorneys.