I'm 32, female and I've been having memory and concentration problems as well as anxiety and stress related problems. I did not consult a doctor yet, because I still feel I can control it. I get easily nervous, especially in the part of my stomach often accompanied with a shortness of breath and anger. When I get nervous it is almost impossible to do anything. For years I've been having troubles concentrating. For instance, when I read I skip sentences as if I cannot wait to finish reading. I also have memory problems. I forget most of the information I hear, I forget people's names or events that happened to me. My life is not any more stressful than of an average person. I am generally happy, in a good relationship,I live and eat healthy. I had a head injury when I was a child. My question is, are my problems anyhow related and should I seek help? How can I help myself?
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