i am having bafd headachaches and blacking out and cant remember anything at all. i am scared to deayj .on thanksgiving and i cant remember anything from thrusday to the following sunday plesae let me no somrthing i have no insurance
The headaches could be due to Migraines, which can be triggered by stress. Stress can also trigger events or problems with memory. This is usually temporary. But persistent and progressive memory loss could be due to causes like medical and psychological conditions, trauma, medications, alcohol/drug abuse and infections. So, if your episodes are increasing and becoming troublesome, consult your doctor for an evaluation. In the meantime, you could try a lot of ‘brain teasers’ to improve your memory functions. And do get adequate sleep; it’s supposed to improve cognitive functions.
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