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    I got confused about science stuff and forgot worlds sometimes suddenly differently worlds and it was very suddenly very world. A bit of dizziness and i am 17 and asked my mom to take me to to hospital and as I'm very good at school and I'm forgetting simple worlds and even now I'm forgetting how to do simple words. I'm very crying because I feel I might be have a serious condition like stroge although it's been about an your and I didn't feel that bad but my head is heating if I have any bad spellings it's because I'm very confused at the moment and I don't know if I'm having a very bad mental break now because I am under pressure or something and keep crying and don't know why please help I have no reason why I should be sad but I keep crying please.
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    Did you go to hospital?

    If you didn't, at least see your GP. You know this is stopping you from leading a normal life so you must do something.
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    Likely to be serious pressure and stress. It can do a lot of bad things to people.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I got confused about science stuff and forgot worlds sometimes suddenly differently worlds and it was very suddenly very world. A bit of dizziness and i am 17 and asked my mom to take me to to hospital and as I'm very good at school and I'm forgetting simple worlds and even now I'm forgetting how to do simple words. I'm very crying because I feel I might be have a serious condition like stroge although it's been about an your and I didn't feel that bad but my head is heating if I have any bad spellings it's because I'm very confused at the moment and I don't know if I'm having a very bad mental break now because I am under pressure or something and keep crying and don't know why please help I have no reason why I should be sad but I keep crying please.
    It is very good that you spoke to someone about it because that it the first step to dealing with any issues that you may have. I understand how you may be feeling and I think that the reason for the crying may be due to stress or pushing negative feelings away but not necessarily being able to cope with it. I think that it is important to be able to admit that as a human, we all make mistakes. We need to understand where we go wrong and how we can get help which is what you are doing. Nobody is perfect and I admire you for being very open about this.
    I think that what you need to do is try to relax to calm down your brain because you don't want your brain to be working constantly 24/7. I find that praying is very relaxing and calming when I'm stressed or worried. If you aren't religious, you could try meditating for a short period of time before/ between/ after revising (whichever works best for you).
    I also like keeping a diary. At first, I found it hard sticking to writing in it every day, but I eventually managed to turn it into a night time routine. I think that being able to write down exactly how I'm feeling helps me to feel less weighed down by my problems. I really would recommend this if you don't do this already.
    Something that I am currently trying to do at the moment it make sure that I have a balance between free time and study time. It is important to be able to take part in your own hobbies as well as revising, and I sometimes get so focused when doing my revision. I think it's important to make sure that you always have a break in between revision time to do things you want to do for fun. There are lots of suggestions online about timetables for revision. However, I have heard that it's been scientifically proven that you shouldn't study/revise for longer than an hour at a time. In this case, you could revise for an hour, have a 15 minute break, then revise for another hour (or you could make something up along these lines).

    Unfortunately, I don't know of a way that people can simply shut out negative thoughts but I did find a website which I think is quite useful, and I hope you do too:
    http://www.helpguide.org/articles/an...p-worrying.htm
    I hope this helps.
 
 
 
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