One of the most confounding things with TBI, that I’ve had to deal with, is the physical aspects of it. How changes to the connections between brain and body affect things like sleep, fatigue, movement, balance, pain… the whole nine yards.
I’ve been pondering this a lot, over the last few years, and the more I think about it, the more immediate the need for physical solutions is.
I’m running behind schedule (yet again) this morning — despite waking up at 3:30 — so I can’t write much now. But as soon as I’m past this deadline (tomorrow a.m.) and have caught up on my sleep, I’ll be able to write more.
Truly, it’s such a burning issue with me — and it seems so overlooked in the general psych professional population (at least in my experience) — that it bears a whole lot of discussion. Heck, it could fill up its own blog.
But I don’t have time to create yet another blog, so I’ll stick with this one.
And that’s progress for me. Two years ago, I would have just started a new one… and then let it languish.