According to Michael West, president of the California Athletic Trainers' Association (CATA), parents and coaches should be mindful of the following symptoms if a player is involved in a head to head collision on the field: Headache and/or a feeling of pressure in the head Temporary loss of consciousness Confusion or feeling foggy Nausea or vomiting Slurred speech Amnesia about the traumatic event Dizziness or "seeing stars" Ringing in the ears Fatigue Loss of balance, unsteady walking If a player displays any of these symptoms he/she should be removed from the game immediately and should abstain from participation in any contact sports until they've been fully evaluated by a certified athletic trainer if one is available.
What does TLOC stand for?
TLOC stands for Temporary Loss Of Consciousness
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It refers to a swift and temporary loss of consciousness and as you say happened to you, will often result in a fall and sometimes injury as there isn't enough warning for you to avoid it.
Ballesteros was admitted to hospital last Monday after suffering dizziness and a temporary loss of consciousness.
Sometimes,falls precede a stroke, acting as a warning sign -tiny blood clots cut off the blood supply to the brain, resulting in a temporary loss of consciousness in the weeks or months leading up to a full-scale stroke.