After a concussion, your healthcare provider may decide to monitor you in the emergency
room. When you’re released, the provider may want someone to stay with you at home for a
day or two to keep track of your condition. Follow your healthcare provider’s directions
about not participating in sports, physical education classes, and activities such as
running and bicycling while you are recovering.
Limit activities that require you to concentrate heavily. This includes taking tests if you are in school or doing tasks at work that require intense focus. You may also need to take rest breaks during the day. As your symptoms go away, you may be able to go back to your normal activities. The time it takes to recover from a concussion can vary from weeks to months. In rare cases, symptoms can last for years.
you have symptoms or problems that last more than 3 months, you may have a problem
called postconcussion syndrome. Discuss this possibility with your healthcare