Posts Tagged ‘depression and TBI’

By On June 1st, 2018

Cognitive training is linked to reduced depression and better brain health after TBI

Cognitive training is able to not only reduce depression levels after a traumatic brain injury (TBI), but can even improve overall brain health according to new findings published in the journal Human Brain Mapping. The new findings found that after undergoing cognitive training, patients with TBI reported significant reductions in the severity of depressive symptoms,…


By On November 29th, 2016

Changes In The Brain After TBI Could Lead To Depression

A new study may have made a breakthrough in explaining why soldiers who have experienced a traumatic brain injury (TBI) also face a high chance of developing depression. With the use of several brain imaging techniques, a team of researchers from the National Intrepid Center of Excellence were able to find a disruption in the…


By On October 26th, 2016

A Question for Our Readers

We’ve faced a dilemma recently here on NeuroNotes—to post or not to post comments. One of our blogs in particular has generated much interest, “Depression & Suicide Among Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries.” We have received comments from individuals around the world who have shared their very personal struggles with depression as well as suicidal…

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