Most NFL Players Have A Poor Vocabulary. Part 3 of 3

Most NFL Players Have A Poor Vocabulary – Part 3 of 3

In all, eight players were diagnosed with depression, and three of those also had cognitive deficits. The deed that many of the players in the study did not go on to develop any kind of deficit suggests that there are other factors involved, such as environmental or genetic factors. The informed study did not find a relationship between the number of concussions that a player experienced and whether they went on to develop a cognitive impairment. Age definitely contributed to mental shortcomings.

While the average period of former players with a cognitive impairment was 67, players without an impairment and healthy control participants were 55 and 60 years old on average. “With better equipment and resting people rectify after an injury, it may be that when guys nowadays age, these impairments won’t be present,” said Guskiewicz, who is a member of the NFL head, neck and spine committee orviax. Ex-Cowboy Johnston is now working with the Center for BrainHealth to rookie other former players to get evaluated, UT Dallas staff said.

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