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Symptoms of concussion may include loss of consciousness, headache, nausea, memory loss, forgetfulness, difficulty concentrating, confusion, impaired balance, unsteadiness when walking, giddiness, vision changes or sleep disturbances. These symptoms may be immediate in onset or develop in the days following the concussion.
If you suspect that you have a concussion or any kind of traumatic head injury, seek medical attention. Seek immediate emergency medical evaluation if you experience loss of consciousness, nausea and vomiting, unsteady gait, numbness or weakness of the arms or legs, slurred speech, seizures or if any of the above concussion symptoms worsen over time.