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    Well, there was a day I went to the park to play basketball and during the game, there was a slight second where I stopped thinking, (like my whole mind was blank and I flashed out) by the time I realised I had spun round my opponent and was ready to score. My second time getting this feeling was during a fight, (Karate related not a street fight) I saw a punch coming and the same thing happened again ending up with my opponent down. I don't know what it is called, but it has puzzled me quite a lot and it would help if anyone had any idea of what is happening.
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    Explain further... so you sor of black out and when you come around you've moved and done things?
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    Shaytan is in you son , seek urgent advice
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    (Original post by Neostigmine)
    Explain further... so you sor of black out and when you come around you've moved and done things?
    Not exactly black out (not like a loose conciousness or a sleep walk kind of thing) kind of like ummm how do i explain... like i remember initially seeing what's going on but then for a second (litterally a blink), i'm like 4ft away from my intitial opponent and infront of the basketball hoop.
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    (Original post by TJ149)
    Not exactly black out (not like a loose conciousness or a sleep walk kind of thing) kind of like ummm how do i explain... like i remember initially seeing what's going on but then for a second (litterally a blink), i'm like 4ft away from my intitial opponent and infront of the basketball hoop.
    So it's like time jumps? You're not aware of the time passing, just that it has passed?

    If it is happening often I'd see your doctor. And stop driving if you do.
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    (Original post by Neostigmine)
    So it's like time jumps? You're not aware of the time passing, just that it has passed?

    If it is happening often I'd see your doctor. And stop driving if you do.
    it's only happened twice about 1 year ago and i'm only 15
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    Could have been an adrenaline rush but if you are worried, ask a doctor to make sure you are ok.

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    It's called 'being in the zone'. Nothing to be scared of, just means you're good at what you do.
 
 
 
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