Fatigue and Brain Injury

Recently,  BEST Communications Manager, Kim Thompson (yours truly), answered community questions via video response.  Thank you so much for your questions and topics!  Speaking of topics, I received two important topics from our BEST friend, Sue P. She suggested covering the topics of fatigue and brain injury and migraine and brain injury.  Thank you, Sue, (more…)

Isaac Peterson: On Fatigue

  (Editor’s Note: Writer and stroke survivor Isaac Peterson has been sharing his writing with the BEST blog for three years as of this month. Thank you Isaac for your amazing contributions and all that you do through your words and wisdom. Today’s entry centers around fatigue and brain injury. KT)  I’ve written a couple (more…)

The Real Definition of Fatigue

Fatigue is defined as: Extreme tiredness, typically resulting from mental or physical exertion or illness. Fatigue can take on additional layers of impact for brain injury survivors and caregivers. Brain injury survivors: “Neuro-fatigue” is one of the most common and constant issues that brain injury survivors face. Neuro-fatigue is defined as a profound lack of (more…)