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Question by  Kaleigh (20)

What is the relationship between concussions and loud noise?

Should you avoid loud noise?


Answer by  Deepakck (174)

Concussions is the common term used to describe mild traumatic injuries to the brain. Loud noise may disturb patient suffering from concussion even though loud noise don't cause concussions.


Answer by  Mrscmrn (1449)

People with concussions often will have headaches associated with the injury. Loud noises could make the headaches seem worse. Loud noises will not make the concussion worse.


Answer by  DrYasmin (178)

Concussion is a violent injury to an organ, esp to brain & followed by temporary or prolonged loss of function. It is not usually a life threatening injury, but it can cause short term & long term problems. Loud noises, such as that made by thunder or by something breaking violently into pieces, can frighten a person. Avoid both.


Answer by  ramamurthy (38)

there is no relationship between them.concussion is limited period of unconsciousness caused by injury to head and may last for few seconds of hours.there is no recognisable structural damage to the brain though repeated concussion eventually causes brain damage.


Answer by  juanita57 (1374)

Concussions and loud noises both affect your brain but in different ways. Concussion is when you blackout and know nothing. Loud noises you try to avoid them.

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