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The Highway to Health - Bumped Heads
by: Tony Howarth
I recently had a reader send me this comment:
"As a full-time dad I have to deal with just about every minor illness my two children pickup, everything from a bump on the head to chicken pox. I found the Highway to Health ebook very useful and it's one of the first things I reach for when something goes wrong!"
Mr John Bradbury
It got me thinking - although the Highway to Health does cover headaches, perhaps going into a little more detail about 'bumps on the head' would be useful. So here we go...
There are two main types of head injury - concussion and compression.
*Concussion* is the commonest:
> Sit down and take it easy.
> Put a cold compress (e.g. wet sponge) on the bump.
> Try not to worry - or if it's a child, try to reassure and comfort them.
> Five to ten minutes later, you should be feeling a whole lot better. The headache won't have gone yet, but it will settle. You might still feel sick, but everything else should have cleared.
> Now you can take whatever pain relief you'd usually have for the headache (and see http://www.thehighwaytohealth.com/ for a whole chapter on relieving headaches).
> Take it easy for the next three days.
> Keep a watch out for the signs & symptoms below (and have someone else watch out for you too).
> You'll soon be wondering what the fuss was about!
*Compression* is the other type of head injury:
>> You need the hospital - and quickly!
>> Anyone who has these symptoms goes straight to hospital.
>> Even if it started out as concussion, this can take up to 72 hours to develop. (It's commonest within the first four hours.)
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