After getting into a crash, chances are high that you will suffer from a physical injury of some sort. Head, neck and back injuries are the most common. Each injury can have its own negative repercussions on the body. 

Head injuries in particular often leave lasting impacts and can have long-term consequences for your health. Thus, it is important to get medical treatment immediately. To do so, you need to look for signs of potential brain trauma in the form of traumatic brain injuries (TBI). 

Behavioral manifestations of TBIs

Mayo Clinic delves into signs of TBIs. These signs can manifest differently depending on numerous factors, including the speed and strength behind the blow and where it fell on the head. However, there are some similarities shared between symptoms regardless of these differing factors. For example, many TBIs manifest in both physical and behavioral signs. 

Behaviorally, victims often feel confused, agitated, scared or angry. Victims may not recall the incident that caused the injury, or even the events leading up to it. Being unaware of what happened can lead to emotional outbursts, including lashing out at the surrounding people or having breakdowns. 

Physical signs and symptoms

Physically, victims often feel, act and look unwell. They often cannot balance properly. They may not be able to see clearly. Many suffer from headaches or migraines. Nausea and vomiting are also frequent occurrences, along with gastrointestinal distress. 

If you notice someone struggling with these signs after a crash, they may have a TBI. You will want to get them immediate medical attention. This is the only way to help prevent long-term health repercussions.