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Serious distraction, headache and memory loss

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Description Of Condition:

Always absent-minded. For most of the day, when absent-minded, most of them are recalling things that have not been done well in the past, or things that are not perfect. They are always substituted into a performance. At this time, the whole person seems to be really immersive, and his expression follows the performance into the real performance. It's not delusion. What we recall is what really happened in the past. This is often the case. Sometimes when you do something, you will be distracted for a long time when you have association. I don't know what to do. Every time I want to use my brain to think, I will be hot and nervous, and I can't think at all. Memory is very poor, often a very familiar thing is unable to think of a description word. It's a headache. It's the feeling of nerve beating in the temples. It's like being clicked.

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