How does trauma change a persons brain?
In simple terms, the neurons in brain tissue have been damaged
or compromised. This means that some or many functions of the brain
require more effort -- sometimes with little success -- to do
tasks. This can involve a lifetime of re-learning; variables for
success are so numerous as to require extensive diagnosis and
eventual treatment. A book helpful to laypersons is "Through This
Window: Views on Traumatic Brain Injury", author P. I. Felton of