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Don't feel completely right days after drinking? watch

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    Not sure if this should be here or in the mental health forum so sorry if it's wrong.

    Basically, I went out on Friday night and got completely drunk for the first time. I mean I've drunk before but never to that extent. I don't remember all of the night but I know roughly what happened. Surprisingly I woke up feeling completely fine the next morning!

    However it's now Sunday and I still don't feel 100% normal. I'm not sure how to say it, but I don't feel myself? I'm normally quite a grounded, sensible person but at the moment I feel like my head is just in the clouds.

    For example I had to check 3 times today that I did actually send an email this morning because I have no recollection of doing that. I called my boyfriend last night yet I barely remember that happening, I had to look to see that the call was recorded on my phone to be certain of it. And now that I know I called him, I'm trying to remember what we talked about for the 2.5 hours we spoke and can barely remember anything. I'll admit that I'm getting myself a bit too panicked as I'm not sure I'd remember everything about that conversation normally, but it's really scaring me that I can't remember the details.

    Am I just being paranoid? I feel like I probably am but I just can't seem to shake this feeling of not being completely right.
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