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please answer - March 2nd 2018, 01:07 AM

As of late I've struggled to remember basic words and phrases, should I be concerned?


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Re: please answer - March 2nd 2018, 01:37 AM

Hello, I am so sorry that you are having a hard time with this right now. You said that you are having a hard time remembering basic words and
phrases. You should let you're parents know about this if you are able to talk with them. Also try talking with the school counselor, or the nurse or a teacher that you are close with and letting them know that you are having a hard time with this. Also write down on paper when this started and if you are having trouble with anything else and let them know that as well. Also if you fell or got hurt that can also make you feel like that if you hit you're head on something. I hope that you are able to have someone help you with this and I hope you will be okay soon.
   
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Re: please answer - March 2nd 2018, 01:51 AM

I don't know if there's anyone I can talk about this with I'm afraid I've got this constant feeling of presque vu you know what I `mean?


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Re: please answer - March 2nd 2018, 06:08 AM

Well I'm not sure but I really would recommend talking to a doctor about this. Because while this could be a problem related to mental health this could also have medical causes and its better to be safe. Especially if you also feel pressur with the lack of words.
Appart from that, when it happens try to stay calm. Take a deep breath or two and tell yourself it is ok. That might help a bit and if its just so you can find a differentway to express yourself.
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Re: please answer - March 2nd 2018, 08:22 AM

I facet of me thinks the problem may be psychosomatic, as though inoticed one mistake and now that I've noticed one i'm obsessively fixating on every mistake and exacerbating the whole problem, you know? could that be possible?


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Re: please answer - March 2nd 2018, 12:49 PM

It could be possible that you are fixating on it, now that you have noticed it. It's also possible that stress, tiredness and 'brain fog' (often from depression and anxiety and other mental health issues) could be causing this frustration. If you are concerned and it's been going on for a while, or you notice other symptoms, then it's best to talk with your doctor.


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Re: please answer - March 3rd 2018, 12:50 AM

ok thank you


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