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2009/08/01 08:58:31 (permalink)
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Serious Memory Issues

Last night i knew it was friday thus meaning it was the end of my working week, last night i went out for a chineese and a drink etc knowing it was friday.
 
This morning i woke up at 7 for a piss and started getting ready for work thinking it was friday, it was only when i txt someone asking come in early that they replied "Its saturday"
 
They asked me if im ok and i was like yeah corse i am but its getting worse and worse as time passes, is there anything i can do to try and repair my memory?
 
Its not like its seriously effecting my life on a day to day basis but i forget daft things like going to Tescos specifically to buy washing up liquid and coming home without it.
 
Anyone else like this? Whats can i do to help it?
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    monitor
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:10:35 (permalink)
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    lay off the illicit substances

    I'm a Pharma Company's bitch
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    Blue_Lagoon3000
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:18:23 (permalink)
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    Ive cut right back mate, im starting to think the damage was done from the age of 14-21, surely there must be ways of reversing this, fish oil etc?
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:24:29 (permalink)
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    Give up the drugs and start training your memory: http://www.lumosity.com/
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:25:42 (permalink)
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    drugs are bad, mmmmmkay
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:26:49 (permalink)
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    Blue_Lagoon3000

    Ive cut right back mate, im starting to think the damage was done from the age of 14-21, surely there must be ways of reversing this, fish oil etc?


    from experience, it takes a while but you get there.  Training your mind helps too.

    I'm a Pharma Company's bitch
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:30:59 (permalink)
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    Dan Nukem

    Give up the drugs and start training your memory: http://www.lumosity.com/


    Lol i have chilled off drugs now i have the odd night out on them, you'll usually notice as the next day i will post strange questions regarding Aliens and this over complicated urban world
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:36:36 (permalink)
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    i honestly think "chilling off them" isnt enough, just to have the odd night on them is too much IMO but its upto you... things can only get worse if not
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:45:10 (permalink)
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    ^^^^ Agree

    I've had to give up my yearly pilgramige to Amsterdam as I find I'm messed up for about 2 - 3 weeks afterwards and cannot afford to make bad judgements at work.

    I'm a Pharma Company's bitch
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:46:29 (permalink)
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    The brain seems to respond like a skeletal muscle - give it a workout and it becomes more efficient.

    Study, solve puzzles, stretch the thing a bit so it gets "used" to working and doing what's required of it.

    Not into recreational drugs so couldn't say what effect they have but I can't see them being of benefit.

    At the end of the day, your mind is your responsibility and you'll get a return based on what you've invested.
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 09:51:55 (permalink)
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    swordfish

    i honestly think "chilling off them" isnt enough, just to have the odd night on them is too much IMO but its upto you... things can only get worse if not


    It was a serious issue not so long ago but im really happy now as im not bothred about taking stuff as much until recently i was doing quite abit of the white stuff, this dosent really effect you as bad mentally as pills as there is not really a come down etc but still it wasnt good.

    I can go out now and have a top night in alcahol, i never thought id get to this stage. Maybe your all right and its probs best to give up for good.
     
    You just cant beat the odd hardcore rave with good pals off your face in Creamfields or Sankeys having epic times
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 10:32:57 (permalink)
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    The brain is ok at learning new ways of doing forgotten things

    If you were a drink and drug user, then I expect you'll have a little bit of brain damage. That's ok, it's normal, you'll have a bit of brain damage each time you're concussed and so on too. Life tends to be damaging

    Don't worry about it, do some intellectual exercises if you want to get better at memory stuff. I can't point you in the direction of any of that as I forgot it (lols), but I'm sure someone can


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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 10:53:23 (permalink)
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    It was starting to get better but at the moment im having a few drinks every night to cope with the stress im under, its all under controll but i have noticed a direct increase in these past 4 weeks, its always been bad but its been worse recently. Im only having a few weeks of the gym and enjoying myself etc so hopefully when i return back to my normal routine it will get better again.
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 10:55:24 (permalink)
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    Blue_Lagoon3000

    Ive cut right back mate, im starting to think the damage was done from the age of 14-21, surely there must be ways of reversing this, fish oil etc?


    'Cut right back'?!  Mate if it's concerning you - STOP

    If life was as simple as take drug = damage brain = take fish oils = ok - then there would be few problems!

    Think about it!
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 11:07:10 (permalink)
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    Your absolutely right James but i am doing really well at the moment if you knew how bad i was mate you'd understand that the odd release in a party with friends for example is probably good as a treat and dosent do too much damage.
     
    And it kinda makes me realise that i cant ever go back to that indefinitely if you know what i mean. Id like to just stop it all forever and i could but sometimes i just enjoy the crazy times these substances can deliver.

    Every blue moon cant be that bad if it is under total controll and socially
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 11:34:04 (permalink)
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    Start taking a high quality fish oil. I not convinced it has improved my memory hugely, but I no longer do the kind of things you are talking about and they used to happen on a regular basis.

    Also giving up E makes a massive difference.
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 11:42:43 (permalink)
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    Blue_Lagoon3000

    swordfish

    i honestly think "chilling off them" isnt enough, just to have the odd night on them is too much IMO but its upto you... things can only get worse if not


    It was a serious issue not so long ago but im really happy now as im not bothred about taking stuff as much until recently i was doing quite abit of the white stuff, this dosent really effect you as bad mentally as pills as there is not really a come down etc but still it wasnt good.

    I can go out now and have a top night in alcahol, i never thought id get to this stage. Maybe your all right and its probs best to give up for good.
     
    You just cant beat the odd hardcore rave with good pals off your face in Creamfields or Sankeys having epic times


    But from the OP it might well be - as well as what went before.

    That said, many moons ago I found myself legging it to school well late only, as I got nearer and nearer I thought 'it's quiet for a school day'. It was, as per yours, a Saturday.

     
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 12:10:29 (permalink)
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    swordfish

    i honestly think "chilling off them" isnt enough, just to have the odd night on them is too much IMO but its upto you... things can only get worse if not


    It was a serious issue not so long ago but im really happy now as im not bothred about taking stuff as much until recently i was doing quite abit of the white stuff, this dosent really effect you as bad mentally as pills as there is not really a come down etc but still it wasnt good.

    I can go out now and have a top night in alcahol, i never thought id get to this stage. Maybe your all right and its probs best to give up for good.

    You just cant beat the odd hardcore rave with good pals off your face in Creamfields or Sankeys having epic times


    But from the OP it might well be - as well as what went before.

    That said, many moons ago I found myself legging it to school well late only, as I got nearer and nearer I thought 'it's quiet for a school day'. It was, as per yours, a Saturday.


    Ive gone to school a few times on non uniform day wearing my uniform lol, i just went straight home and got changed.
     
    One of my mates Danny came to school in his uniform but when he realised he took his tie and blazer off stuffed them in his bag, he told everyone he ment to come in shirt and pants haha
     
    Everyone gave him the nickname Grandad which took him 5 years to shake off haha infact a few people on here know him he's a good guy.
     
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 12:29:37 (permalink)
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    lol im the same. i can barely remember what i did yesterday. i actually cant even remember what i did for nye, now thats bad
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    Re:Serious Memory Issues 2009/08/01 12:34:24 (permalink)
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    Start writing things down.

    Agree with above not taking E's makes a huge difference.

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