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Old 04-17-2021, 03:48 PM #1
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I had a concussion due to a blow to the back of my head back in 2014. This caused issues like headaches, photophobia, tingling, brain fog, head pressure and some nausea, it took around 2 years to fully resolve these symptoms. Flash forward to today. At the beginning of March this year I was offered the covid vaccine and I took the offer, I had many the usual side effects including a temperature, sickness, dizziness and so on. I have had no further concussions nor blows to the head since 2014. Today I am suffering what seems to be a relapse of my old concussion symptoms which have appeared since the vaccine. As the body treats vaccines as an infection, could it have woken up all of those damaged nerves again?

If thatís the case, I get the feeling that this may take some time to calm down again. Any clues as to why this has happened? Itís like a lesser version of my original injury, revisited. Thank you.
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There does not seem to be any evidence that Covid-19 vaccines lead to any general concussion relapse events.

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Doozer,

First, your concussion did not fully resolve. The obvious symptoms and complaints may have resolved but your brain remained susceptible to physical, chemical, and emotional stress. Covid shots do stress the body. That is the intent.

The Covid shot causes human cells to create proteins that are similar to the proteins in the spikes of the Corona virus particle. Then, our immune system is supposed to recognize that protein as an invader and attack it and in so doing, be ready to attack a Covid virus infection. Unfortunately, that newly made protein looks similar to other spike proteins that are a part of healthy human tissue. This can can cause a raging response in our immune system. Some people endure this response better than others.

The 'experts' are claiming these issues like yours have nothing to do with the Covid shot yet when questioned, they admit they are still trying to understand the Covid shots.

Nobody can suggest whether your current symptoms re related to the Covid shots or some other stressor in your life.

My only suggestion is to be diligent with brain focused nutrition/supplements and add Vit C, D3, K2, and zinc to your regimen. The combination will strengthen your immune system.

The vitamins sticky at the top has a brain health supplement regimen.
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I guess itís back to supplements and good old fashioned time, hopefully the nerves will chill out again? Thank you.
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Sometimes I have no symptoms at all, sometimes I have mild or moderate symptoms, do you think theyíll go back to baseline eventually?
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What symptoms are your experiencing?

What things are going on in your life that can be stressful?

are you getting quality sleep?
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