Possibilities for Nutritional Interventions in Managing Chronic Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, Concussion and Sports-related Concussion


Ryan Nagle

This study explores the potential utility of nutritional interventions in the management of chronic mild traumatic brain injury, concussion, and sportsrelated concussion. We delve into the emerging evidence suggesting that nutrition may play a crucial role in the recovery and long-term outcomes of individuals affected by these conditions. The review encompasses various aspects of nutrition, including dietary components, supplements, and dietary patterns, and their impact on brain health, cognitive function, and symptom management in the chronic phase of mTBI and concussion. We analyze recent research findings, highlighting the need for further investigations to elucidate the specific mechanisms underlying the observed effects. The insights presented in this review underscore the promising avenues for incorporating nutrition into the comprehensive care strategies for individuals with chronic mTBI, concussion, and SRC.

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