Don't take the long road, avoid repeat injury at all cost.
If you get another brain injury that happens during the recovery process the immunological response is stuck in action mode, the toxic cascade continues and neuronal damage mounts.
If you are going to take one thing from us at CONKA it should be to avoid repeat injury.
Constantly activating the immune system causes Amyloid Bata Plaques (ABP) to build up outside of neurons and in between glial cells.
These plaques disrupt glycolysis, the brain's production of energy, and causes more reactive oxygen species (ROS) to be released.
Their presence also activates even more microglia which tries to remove the amyloid beta plaques sending more proinflammatory signals to the immune system, causing the cascade to continue, adding to the extent of brain damage.