Does... Anybody else here... Get this... "Brain fog..." That keeps them from, uhh... Thinking clearly and making complete... You know, sentences?
Does someone else has this thing on which their body overheats? Like, as if my temperature got higher and higher but i dont have a fever, until i feel im burning and then it slowly fades.
How does psychosis hurt brain? I was told I had psychotic paranoia and it feels like I'm tired a shit after talking for 10 seconds.
Will investigate further
Only when I am over exerted while not geting enough sleep for a few days.
And even then it does not make me over use ellipses.
Typing wise all grammar and spelling go out the window and turn paragraphs into super long run-on sentences.
>Manager is telling me something important
>Here's how you do this thing that you will need to know how to do in the near future
>I'm looking at him and nodding
>Realize I have no idea what he just told me
>He says I'm doing a good job
>I'm still not really sure what my job is
Puzzles, mind games, having normal
Conversation, reading, learning new things, learning philosophy and reason, debating, etc. watch people who sound intelligent talk and emulate them. Start having monologues to no one about subjects which concern you.
It happened to me yesterday, there's 3 pobbisilities:
>Stop running and enter the cooler
>Become higher because that's where the cold air is, think about planes just move to a higher floor in your apartment and you'll feel hot less
Yeah, it's been there for years and i'm not sure what causes it. I know it has something to do with my diet, and eating healthy helps a bit. But it doesn't fix it. Even when i'm feeling happy and productive the fog is still there. It doesn't really impede me that much, but it completely ruins my enjoyment. I'm just on auto-pilot all the time.
>He comes back and calls you out
>Manage to convince him he didn't tell you
>tfw all the downs syndrome stacies are taken by Spud Thunderchromosome