JennaAwesome Book Lover
12/20/16 5:37 am
I dont know if it's similar but one time I was driving home from work and I was supposed to go visit my friend. It wasn't really late, maybe 9:30 or 9:45. But it was pitch black outside, and I was driving and I didn't recognize where I was, even though I was on the same road I take to work at least 4 times a week so I was very familiar. I didn't know where I was and I didn't know why I was driving that late until I looked down and saw my work shirt. It was really weird
elianastar Gab.ai FreeSpeech
12/19/16 11:43 pm
Stress - all by itself - can cause this. Especially when it is out of the blue & not repetitive. Lack of sleep, too many things on your mind, being physically tired... even low blood sugar can account for it.
Return home if that's practical/safe or at least stop somewhere you can eat some high protein something & collect yourself for a bit. Don't just push through as though nothing happened, checking off your errand list. Your body is telling you to rest.
12/19/16 11:32 pm
It hasn't happened to me... yet.
I think you're dealing with considerable anxiety currently, from multiple sources, and I think that can result in memory or confusion issues.
But it may also be indicative of some other issue, so it would be a good idea to make your physician or some other medical professional you trust (therapist? gynecologist?) aware of it. And most definitely do that, please, if it happens again.
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