I fix brains after concussion
Concussion is a buzzword like never before. Where “walk it off” used to be the first words out of a coach or parents mouth, we now know that concussions need to be managed properly in order to minimize negative long term outcomes. What you do in both the acute phase after sustaining a concussion and in the long term is important for return to play, work and all the things you love. As the saying goes, just like no two humans are alike “no two concussions are alike.” There are many factors that can affect your recovery including age, sex, athletics, other health conditions and how soon you start an appropriate rehab program.
You should stay in a dark room until you feel better.
The only thing you can do is wait.
If you feel better your concussion must be healed.