Brain Trauma, Neuroscience & Disabling That Culprit Molecule

Zeldovich (2021) reports about an exciting study which can potentially benefit many who suffer from brain trauma injuries in, “This Molecule Could Be the Key to Understanding Why Concussions Have Such Long-Term Effects | Science | Smithsonian Magazine.”



Zeldovich, L. (2021). This Molecule Could Be The Key To Understanding Why Concussions Have Such Long-Term Effects. Retrieved From This Molecule Could Be the Key to Understanding Why Concussions Have Such Long-Term Effects | Science | Smithsonian Magazine

COVID-19, The Brain, Cognitive Impairment


Is there a direct link to cognitive issues and COVID-19?  “COVID-19’s Effects On The Brain” (Zimmer, 2021) investigates what numerous patients are dealing with.





Zimmer, K. (2021).  COVID-19’s Effects On The Brain. Retrieved From

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Conversion Disorder: A Neurological Issue

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If an individual is going to suffer psychologically from a stressful/traumatic event, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is generally the condition they will experience.  However, there are individuals who may experience repressed memory.  This difficulty pertains to the brain’s inability to handle the event, the individual attempting to block memory of the event, with memory of the event tossed involuntarily into the subconscious (unconsciousness). Another result which can occur from these events is a conversion disorder.  Let’s place this medical condition under a microscope for examination.

A conversion disorder is when the individual experiences neurological ailments brought on soon after an emotionally stressful event, with neurological assessments unable to rationalize the problem.  The disorder can leave the individual with sudden numbness, paralysis, deafness, blindness, seizures, mute, and other neurological difficulties. Members of the population who are more at risk are those who have had earlier physical ailments, or mental health issues (i.e., dissociative disorder [escape from reality], or a personality disorder). Also, there is no malingering on the individual’s part because these physical challenges are genuine.

In particular circumstances, ailments can dissipate automatically within a few weeks.  Be that as it may, an individual needs to seek medical attention immediately.  Psychotherapy, stress management, and physical rehabilitation are valuable treatments in bringing relief for those who experience neurological issues from these types of events.