Nerve damage in the brain's messaging system can cause confusion after head trauma. Immediately following the injury, the person may be unable to understand what happened, or feel as though they are "in a fog." This is an observable symptom of a concussion, meaning that friends and family can see this behavior and should monitor it carefully.
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