I believe my memory is absolutely fine.i can accurately recall complex organic molecules and mathematical formulas.Past education results have been absolutely fine(I cleared IIT JEE and BITSAT,the most competitive exams in India) only a few months ago.But the problem is that when I think something logical,I start thinking " how it came to my mind?","how do i remember things?","I will forget it"(though I never). For example,when i wrote 'never',I start thinking "how did my mind conclude that I had to write 'never'?","how did it store this word?". Then the anxiety begins.I think how do I remember paths.When I learn multiple topics,I get a feeling that I am losing what i have learned.When I urinate,I start thinking that what ever I learned,it will come out with the urine.Tough i am only 19 years old with absolutely fine memory,I think of Alzheimer's .I think that this is a result of being asocial.I never communicate with any person,save a few.Neither do I use a mobile phone,because I think that it will cause distraction.Due to this loss of memory feeling.I have stared developing mnemonics for everything,and they work fine.What problem do I have?View Thread
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