The Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) have another great article posted on their site. They discuss 10 tips for managing mood after brain injury. The tips include: Keep an eye on your mood Take a break Use positive stress management Take your time Guess what, the ManageMyFatigue app actually helps address some of the suggestions … Continue reading 10 Tips for Managing Mood after BI
The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) is an excellent resource for TBI-related information as it relates to the military. This post from DVBIC and the Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) Web site includes an audio interview with the deputy director of DVBIC and a subject matter expert discussing what’s needed to help brain … Continue reading Don’t Forgo Sleep if you Have a TBI
Brainline.org is always a great resource for brain injury-related information. Their post talking with Dr. Zasler about fatigue after brain injury is a yet another great resource. Brainline.org asked many great questions including: Describe fatigue. What exactly is traumatic brain injury-related fatigue? How common is fatigue after a brain injury? What does fatigue look like … Continue reading Fatigue After Brain Injury: Brainline.org
You’re probably asking yourself, “What is the ManageMyFatigue app?” You’ve come to the right place. Our blog will provide information about the app, the concepts upon which the app is based, the app development process, and much more. Let’s start with some basic information about fatigue. According to the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC), … Continue reading What is the ManageMyFatigue app?
Here’s a quick overview of physical and cognitive fatigue after brain injury from tbiguide.com. It’s an older article, but still provides relevant information related to fatigue. It distinguishing mental from physical fatigue and talks about the importance of building stamina in order to successfully return to work after brain injury. Check it out: Fatigue