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Mindfulness | Memory Problem
Recently i have resigned my company, and have 2,3 days i was not able to sleep in night due to future thoughts. But i have successfully find new job within a week. From two to three days , i feel that my memory has been slightly decreased, not able to recall things properly. Apart from that my mind feel like full of information and not able to concentrate and learn properly. What would be reason?
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Hello, the problems mentioned by you require further evaluation to answer your question satisfactorily.
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Consult a psychiatrist for a detailed evaluation and management
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Resigning from a job before you have a job in hand can be quite anxiety provoking. So it's understandable that your sleep was disturbed. The symptoms you are facing should subside within few days as your stress level has decreased by finding a new job. Just do some yoga or breathing exercises for next 2 weeks and if you still feel difficulties in concentration or overthinking or memory disturbance consult a psychiatrist or psychologist.
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As u resigned from a job it brings u stress wch turns in d way of attentional difficulties, hopelessness for future, insomnia. It's like an acute stress reaction. It will fade away.. If u feel bad still then u can consult and take help
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