Archive for September, 2007

sylvie celake

Monday, September 17th, 2007

aku skrg kat cc, rumah still tak jumpe. si sylvie tu mengade, bukan nak tolong pon! celake! aku sumpah seranah jer (sabar, puasa nehhh). anyhow,doakan aku dpt jumpe rumah, sbb this friday class nak start, ade test BI lg, fikiran sah2 la x fokus kan? tgh pening fikirkan psl rumah ni, i think i already passed the meltdown moment, and i need a new term for it! damnit!

Amnesia getting serious!

Sunday, September 2nd, 2007

As i tried to remember what happened during my bday last year (2006), i simply can’t remember much of it! the only thing i remember is that i took my family shopping at jj. that’s all. and..

I think i might have these:

Dissociative Fugue (formerly Psychogenic Fugue) is also known as fugue state. It is caused by psychological trauma and is usually temporary, unresolved and therefore may return. The Merck Manual defines it as “one or more episodes of amnesia in which the inability to recall some or all of one’s past and either the loss of one’s identity or the formation of a new identity occur with sudden, unexpected, purposeful travel away from home”

Source amnesia is a memory disorder in which someone can recall certain information, but they do not know where or how they obtained the information.

Childhood amnesia (also known as infantile amnesia) is the common inability to remember events from one’s own childhood. Others have theorised that this may be due to language development or immature parts of the brain.

Possible treatments are:

  1. The most remarkable remedy for loss of memory or forgetfulness is the use of the herb rosemary.
  2. Almonds are very valuable for restoring a poor memory caused by brain weakness. They contain unique properties to remove brain debility and to strengthen the brain.
  3. Walnut is another unique dry fruit valuable in countering brain weakness. About twenty grams of walnuts should be taken every day.
  4. Apples are useful in amnesia. The various chemical substances contained in this fruit such as vitamin B1, phosphorus, and potassium help in the synthesis of glutamic acid. This acid controls the wear and tear of nerve cells. Eating an apple a day with one tea-spoon of honey and one cup of milk is beneficial in the treatment of loss of memory and mental irritability.

no wonder i love honey so much!
i’m officially in a fugue state.