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Deja Vu Mean
When i'm using piracetam+lecithin for cognitive enhancement sometimes i experience deja vu. What does it mean, and is there a reason to be afraid?
No, don't be afraid.: They have used piracetam-lecithin for memory enhancement but i never heard of deja vu as a side-effect. Perhaps the deja vu are reminders of past memory that were triggered by the combination. If the deja vu interferes with your daily functioning i suggest you stop the drugs and see if this goes away. ...Read more
Déjà vu is a feeling that a current event or experience has been experienced previously. It is thought to be an aberration of memory in which the "time stamp" of an event becomes mis-assigned to make it seem as if the event occurred previously. Almost everyone has experienced rare déjà vu events. When frequent it is rarely associated ...Read more
Deja vu: Deja vu is the sense that something which is actually unfamiliar, is familiar -- or has been experienced before. Most people have had such experiences occasionally, but in more frequent occurrence it can be associated with temporal lobe epilepsy. In them, it can happen just before a seizure. But, this experience does not have to mean any abnormal condition at all. ...Read more
Déjà vu: French for 'already seen' is the sensation of having seen something/person/place before even though you know you haven't. Theories as to the cause abound [see following site for some: http://science.Howstuffworks.Com/science-vs-myth/extrasensory-perceptions/deja-vu.Htm] but no one knows for sure. ...Read more
Deja vu: Deja vu is the sense that something which is actually unfamiliar, is familiar -- or has been experienced before. Most people have had such experiences occasionally, but in more frequent occurrence it can be associated with temporal lob epilepsy. In them, it can happen just before a seizure. But, this experience does not have to mean any abnormal condition at all. ...Read more
"Already Seen": Déjà vu is a feeling that a current event or experience has been experienced previously. It is thought to be an aberration of memory in which the "time stamp" of an event becomes mis-assigned to make it seem as if the event occurred previously. Almost everyone has experienced rare déjà vu events. When frequent it is rarely associated with temporal lobe epilepsy. ...Read more
Double perception: When you're meeting someone new, you focus on them. But your subconscious is still perceiving the rest of the world. During your introduction at some point, your focus becomes less defined, and you begin to consciously perceive the rest of the world the way you normally would, but since there are memories of those perceptions recently laid down in your subconscious mind, they seem familiar. ...Read more
It Seems when i get Anxious i feel Deja vu. This goes away when i'm tired How do i get the Deja vu to stop all the time?
Memory: Anxiety interferes with the retrieval of memories. One of the hypotheses about what causes deja vu is that we cannot recall a memory that initially familiarized us with something we are now seeing, i.e. having seen a photo of an art object and not remembering seeing the photo but getting a sense of deja vu when you see it in a museum. If you have very frequent sensations of deja vu you may be having seizures of the temporal lobe, not uncommon after head trauma for example. See your doctor if this is a persistent problem. ...Read more
Is it possible for someone who has lost their personal identity and past memories, to get overwhelming deja vu experiences?
Yes, it's possible: Depending on the cause of the memory loss, these could be dissociative flashbacks. That means the memories are still there somewhere but a defense mechanism called dissociation is keeping them from waking memory. If the problem is not physical, a psychologist who specializes in this would be helpful in assisting you in answering this and maybe regaining some of your identity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
With simple partial seziures is deja vu common? And how long does it last? Because mine has lasted a couple weeks everyday.
Partial seizures: tend to last 4-6 minutes at most. (there are some exceptions) Deja Vu, Jamais Vu and other psychic epileptic events border on the complex partial, simple partial continuum based on the presence of clouding of consciousness and electrical spread beyond 4 layered allocortex to 6 layered heteromodal association cortex. Deja Vu which is pervasive and refractory to combinations of meds may require VNS ...Read more
I have suffered with anxiety for years. Recently, I have been getting deja vu several times per day. Is this anxiety related?
Brain is fascinating: Think of brain as two.Pound computer with mega data processing capabilities not known to neuroscientist yet though we claim amydgla and hippocampus have become the focus of research as more vets r coming with flash backs some with and without trauma. Brain is much more complicated and registers every second in a memory in a digital file appears as flashback join us with patrick kennedynext week. ...Read more
I sometimes (frequently) get this as "day dreaming", as per such a "deja vu" from something that happen before on occasion. What is this?
Should I be concerned over having deja vu for over 4 hours followed by confusion and forgetfulness?
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