I have extremely poor concentration..And mood swings as well..I'm okay when I am with friends and family but suddenly I start to lose focus and just disappear in my thoughts.Don't even hear what people are saying even when they are talking to me.My grades in college have started to decline as well.Everyone used to call me an intelligent person but now I just feel like a moron..I have trouble remembering things.And just don't feel like doing anything.
I"m not on drugs,don't smoke or drink.I need your help
I can totally relate. Are you on mood stabilzers? Antidepressants? suggest you call your Physc doc and get medication or medication adjustment. These symptoms will go away once eveything is stabilized.
This is by no means an advertisment for this product but there is something that may help you. GNC stores make a herbal product called STAT: Get Focused and it helps really well with concentration. Unlike prescription meds, it is not a stimulant. It costs about 15.00 for 7 paks.
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