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Originally posted by Mystery_Lady
Am I having a hard time trying to formulate my thoughts. I'll try to make this short and sweet. What are some possible causes as to why my thinking can get quite fuzzy, hard to concentrate, headaches, and even tiredness. Tiredness happens especially when I'm reading theories online even in the middle of the day. When I try to speak, sometimes I flip words such as saying I'll put the pizza on the pepproni.
This can happen wether or not I have had enough sleep. There is a part of me that is not sure I want to know the answer. Yet I do want to know.
Does anyone have any thoughts on this?
Originally posted by Ariande Tau
You said a lot of it happens when you are reading theories and stuff like that for a while. Sounds like overload to me. I go through that a lot (I always quote Kelly Bundy "I'm Full"). When you are reading the intense materials, absorbing new information, take a few extra breaks.
But really, when I aborb a lot of new information, the brain is running a thousand miles an hour on what I have just learned and not really focused on what I am saying. Sorta the mouth running independent of the mind. I like to distinguish between physical tired and mental tired. And it seems more mental tired than physical tired.
Also, if most of it is on line, how about a vision exam? And/or a glare screen? Oh, and the mattress, if you can't afford a new one, an egg-crate overlay can help to aliviate the worst of it. And is relatively inexpensive.
GradyPhilpott - You've come to the wrong place. Seek medical attention.