I am writing to you regarding a 54-year-old male who had a head injury on the 11th of this month. The computed tomography (CT) scan is dated the 30th of this month. 'A small ill-defined hypodensity in the right posterior frontal white matter extending from the subcortical to the deep periventricular region of a non-specific etiology, probably chronic ischemia. No depressed skull bone fracture or subdural/extradural hematoma'. Presently, the patient is speaking, understanding, eating, talking normally, identifying his family members, etc., but he does not remember what happened to him. There is some memory loss. So, what would be the best treatment? Medicine daily dose details are as follows: Tablet Valprol 500 mg twice a day for one month, tablet Neurobion fort one tablet twice a day for 15 days, and tablet Pantocid 40 mg once a day for one month.