Sensory consequences

Hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting and feeling

With our senses we can hear, see, smell, taste and feel.

After brain injury, all these senses may be affected.

For example, no longer recognizing people or sounds.

Another example is problems regulating one's own body temperature. Other examples are problems with perceiving one side of your own body.


In the menu below you will find more information about various sensory effects.