All youths must be protected from almost guaranteed brain damage
Extremely dangerous cracking of foreheads on hard surfaces 5 times a day throughout a lifetime…………prayer bumps cause brain damage.
This alarming practice may well be responsible for the sociopathic implications of international terrorism. This practice may well be a key factor in the brainwashing of troubled throwaway young males. Cracking a key area of the brain many times a day is abhorrent.
This practice must be outlawed worldwide.
Al Quada leader and his brain damaging “prayer bump”
Brain damaging lump on forehead of muslim terrorist
Many Muslims do not touch their head to the ground in prayer. Instead, they crash their forehead forcefully onto the stone floors on which they kneel.
Performing this act five times a day will get you that hematoma on the most important part of the brain.
A bruise is evidence of a strong enough impact to break blood vessels below the surface.
Repeated blows to the head can cause permanent damage to the brain including Alzheimers.
Any brain function can become impaired when the brain is damaged – motor and sensory capabilities, regulation of internal body processes, sleep and wakefulness, emotional states, memory, reasoning, judgment, personality, and character.
The dangers of concussion are well known from studies of athletes, soldiers, and others who have suffered such trauma.
Repeated mild brain injuries occurring over an extended period (i.e., months or years can result in cumulative neurologic and cognitive deficits, but repeated mild brain injuries occurring within a short period (i.e., hours, days, weeks) can be catastrophic or fatal.
The latter phenomenon, termed “second impact syndrome” has been reported more frequently since it was first characterized in 1984..
A blow to the head may do more than just make you feel woozy. A new study shows repeated blows to the head cause an increase of chemicals in the fluid that circulates around the brain and spinal cord. These chemicals are markers for brain and nerve cell injury. The rise of these chemicals of the brain may also help explain what is commonly known as “punch drunk” syndrome, with symptoms of long-term neurological damage.
The frontal lobe is located at the front of the brain and is associated with reasoning, motor skills, higher level cognition, and expressive language.
Damage to the frontal lobe can lead to changes in sexual habits, socialization, and attention as well as increased risk-taking.