Feb 17, 2009

Texting Shows Improvement


Texting after a teen faints or has a panic attack has proven to be a sign that they are improving.  Places such as concerts and festivals uses this to determine how the teens are doing they say.  A lot of times during the shows they see hundreds of people an hour especially teens.  Some have fainted or panicked due to large crushing crowds, or not have enough fluids in them or being in one position standing still too long.  The medical workers at these festivals say that once the teens start texting it shows them they are thinking cognitively and using dexterity.  They also look for the normal signs of being able to go about and walk and talk normally.  This also takes brain function and is a good sign the teen is getting better.