Effects of TBI & Neuroendocrine-Hormone Imbalance Links
The following are Links related to Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency, Adrenal Insufficiency, Adrenal Crisis, Thyroid Imbalances, Diabetes after Head Injury, and Autonomic Instability/Dysfunction following Traumatic Brain Injury. Click on the link below for further information.
The Human Growth Foundation – GH Adult Signs & Symptoms
Anterior Pituitary Dysfunction in Survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury
Post Traumatic Brain Injury Hormonal Deficiency Syndrome
Post Head Injury Autonomic Complications
Adrenal Insufficiency following Traumatic Brain Injury in Adults
Adrenal Crisis in Emergency Medicine
Adrenal Crisis – Understand what it is
Using Hormones to Heal Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury Hormone Deficiency Syndrome – Diagnosis & Treatment
Hormones International Journal of Endocrinology
Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Secretion
Brain Injury: What You Probably Don’t Know
Post Head Injury Endocrine Complications
Information about Pancreatitis
Brain Injury – What you probably don’t know
Glucocorticoids hold promise as treatment for PTSD
Human growth hormone
June 29, 2013 at 9:48 pm
Right here is the right web site for anybody who really wants to understand this
topic. You know so much its almost hard to argue with you (not that I actually will need to…HaHa).
You definitely put a fresh spin on a topic that’s been discussed for years. Wonderful stuff, just wonderful!
brain injury self rehabilitation (BISR)
July 1, 2013 at 9:26 pm
I’m humbled by your generous comments and hope to continue educating others so they or their loved ones can identify their underlying hormonal deficiencies so life can be restored quicker with fewer disruptions. I can’t emphasize enough how I barely existed for nearly two decades before treatment. After treatment I’m unstoppable and everyone deserves that treatment! Not one person should have to wait one year, less 18 1/2 years! I can’t imagine how many deaths (by suicide or simply by inability for the body to live in disequilibrium).
I believe it was my passion and prayer to help others that kept me alive before treatment. It certainly would be less expensive to treat, then not to treat … and that’s a no brainer, even from those with TBI as we’ve all figured it out! How do you suggest everyone gets proper assessment, evaluation and treatment leading to appropriate testing and finally treatment with recovery? Take care and stay safe, Edie