Doctors have begun the awakening process from Michael Schumacher’s induced coma which may take days, weeks and even months to complete.
According to reports made by BBC, French Sports daily or L’Quipe, amongst others, Michael Schumacher’s awakening process from the induced coma has begun. This has also been confirmed by Sabine Kehm, the legend’s manager, who is saying that sedatives will be lowered. It’s not known how Michael is responding to this but he does remain in critical condition and neuro-surgeons, who have gathered to talk about his condition, are saying that the medically induced coma for nearly a month can suffer serious and even permanent damages which include memory loss or unresponsiveness.
Michael Schumacher has suffered a life-threatening injury while he was skiing in Meribel, in the French Alps, on the 29th of December. He was immediately taken to the nearest hospital, by helicopter. Schumacher has fallen while off piste under la Dent de Burgin, which is an extremely difficult piste. He was wearing a helmet when he banged his head on a rock. Michael Schumacher has retired from Formula One after a come-back with Mercedes, following his retirement from Ferrari. We will return with news on his health once these will become available.