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When you hear the word brain injury, you might associate it with memory loss. Problems with memory are common, especially in patients who have had a moderate to severe brain injury.

The cause of memory loss is closely related to the area of the brain that is injured. Damage to the part of the brain that affects memory can affect patients differently depending on the location of the brain involved.

Some patients have difficulty with learning new tasks or remembering specific skills. It may affect short-term memory, while with others, it impacts long-term memory.

Patients can struggle with remembering what they need to do in the future, such as keeping appointments, paying bills, or keeping commitments.

Sometimes the patient may not even remember the event that caused the injury in the first place. But there is some good news: At the right post-acute rehabilitation center, patients can learn to cope with memory problems and learn different ways to improve their memory.

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How Memory is Affected by a Traumatic Brain Injury