After my concussion I listened to a book called The Ghost In My Brain by Dr Clark Elliott. I absolutely remember it being a fascinating listen into the Dr.’s own recovery from his concussion and it’s prolonged symptoms.
I absolutely remember that there was the perfect analogy and explanation of what low energy reserves and neuro-fatigue are like.
But currently, having spent the last week and a half bouncing from one energy reserve crash to another, I have absolutely no idea what that analogy was.
Tonight I have herbal tea and the fuzziest blanket it the world helping restore my world. Perhaps tomorrow will be a day for remembering.
Im sorry you’re going through a difficult time! Be especially kind and gentle with yourself. You need time and space to heal.
Wishing you peace and steady, gentle healing ❤️
This has been an incredibly long haul. But I still hear your great sense of humour and that is something to hold onto. Of course I’m wishing you big ol’ rubber boot strides to wellness.
I don’t have concussion, but have been experiencing severe energy dumps and invading depression for some time now. It has been a difficult year, one way or another, so maybe we all need one of those blankets!
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