Fatigue and Traumatic Brain Injury

      Fatigue is a feeling of exhaustion, tiredness, weariness or lack of energy. After TBI, you may have more than one kind of fatigue:
      • 1.
        Physical fatigue: “I'm tired and I need to rest. I'm dragging today.”
      • 2.
        Psychological fatigue: “I just can't get motivated to do anything. Being depressed wears me out; I just don't feel like doing anything.”
      • 3.
        Mental fatigue: “After a while, I just can't concentrate anymore. It's hard to stay focused. My mind goes blank.”
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