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Physical symptoms:
Loss of consciousness
State of being dazed, confused or disoriented
Headache and recurring headaches
Nausea or vomiting
Fatigue or drowsiness
Problems with speech
Difficulty sleeping
Sleeping more than usual
Dizziness or loss of balance
Sensory symptoms:
Sensory problems, such as blurred vision, ringing in the ears, a bad taste in the mouth or changes in the ability to smell
Sensitivity to light or sound
Cognitive or mental symptoms
Memory or concentration problems
Mood changes or mood swings
Feeling depressed or anxious
Moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries
Moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries can include any of the signs and symptoms of mild injury, as well as these symptoms that may appear within the first hours to days after a head injury
Physical symptoms:
Loss of consciousness from several minutes to hours
Persistent headache or headache that worsens
Repeated vomiting or nausea
Convulsions or seizures
Dilation of one or both pupils of the eyes
Clear fluids draining from the nose or ears
Inability to awaken from sleep
Weakness or numbness in fingers and toes
Loss of coordination
Cognitive or mental symptoms
Profound confusion
Agitation, combativeness or other unusual behavior
Slurred speech
Coma and other disorders of consciousness
Children's symptoms:
Infants and young children with brain injuries might not be able to communicate their headaches, sensory problems, confusion or other symptoms.

Children with traumatic brain injuries may exhibit:

Changes in eating or nursing habits
Unusually or easily irritable
Persistent crying and inability to be consoled
Change in their ability to pay attention
Change in sleep habits and patterns
Seizures
Sad or depressed mood
Drowsiness
Loss of interest in favorite toys or activities
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