When I was in the acute phase of my concussion, I couldn’t do anything. I thought the boredom would kill me if my symptoms didn’t (new research suggests I was somewhat right).
I felt even more frustrated when my partner’s online search for fun activities for concussed people turned up countless suggestions that weren’t possible for me. All forms of stimuli were excruciatingly painful. I couldn’t do anything that involved electronic devices, lights, eye strain, sound, or physical activity.
Here is a list of activities that I gradually worked my way up to doing.
Please feel free to write a comment below and share what you did while recovering from your brain injury.
Filed under: Mind yourself with Alison Tagged: Concussion, mindfulness, persistent concussion symptoms