A decreased appetite is not uncommon with a concussion. Nausea is one of the most common concussion symptoms and can be perceived as a lack of appetite. Other concussion symptoms that can contribute to lack of appetite are headache and increased fatigue.
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- Q Is it okay to let someone sleep if he has a concussion?
- Q What kind of specialist treats concussions?
- Q How do I manage my concussion on a daily basis?
- Q What’s the difference between a ding and a concussion?
- Q Should I talk to my doctor about my concussion symptoms?
- Q What do I need to know about caring for someone with a concussion?