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Re: Brain Endurance

Postby magickware » Fri Aug 30, 2013 6:37 pm

You're not engaged and bored of the test.

No idea how to get engaged though :(

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Re: Brain Endurance

Postby magickware » Fri Aug 30, 2013 7:07 pm

If you say so.

Cause I had the exact same things happen when I started taking PTs and studying RC exclusively.

But they went away after a whole, unless I didn't get much sleep that day.

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Re: Brain Endurance

Postby bilbaosan » Sat Aug 31, 2013 8:21 pm

casparks wrote:Every time I take a PT, I literally start seeing double by the third section. Throughout the remainder of the test I have to strain my eyes or blink them really hard to focus. My brain starts getting really fuzzy. It's bizarre! I had my eyes tested in May and I still have 20/20 vision.

Does this happen to anyone else? Could it be too much caffeine? I don't have any fat in my diet- could it be that? I'm getting 6-7 hours of sleep at night and I never drink alcohol, smoke, or do drugs.


This may be a lame question, but have you talked to your physician? There are certain medical conditions - and some are very easy to take care of - which might result in this kind of experience.

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Re: Brain Endurance

Postby malleus discentium » Sat Aug 31, 2013 9:52 pm

bilbaosan wrote:
casparks wrote:Every time I take a PT, I literally start seeing double by the third section. Throughout the remainder of the test I have to strain my eyes or blink them really hard to focus. My brain starts getting really fuzzy. It's bizarre! I had my eyes tested in May and I still have 20/20 vision.

Does this happen to anyone else? Could it be too much caffeine? I don't have any fat in my diet- could it be that? I'm getting 6-7 hours of sleep at night and I never drink alcohol, smoke, or do drugs.


This may be a lame question, but have you talked to your physician? There are certain medical conditions - and some are very easy to take care of - which might result in this kind of experience.


Indeed. Literally seeing double is a medical issue and you should be talking to a physician about this, not some random people on a law school website.

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Re: Brain Endurance

Postby rinkrat19 » Sat Aug 31, 2013 10:18 pm

casparks wrote:
malleus discentium wrote:
bilbaosan wrote:
casparks wrote:Every time I take a PT, I literally start seeing double by the third section. Throughout the remainder of the test I have to strain my eyes or blink them really hard to focus. My brain starts getting really fuzzy. It's bizarre! I had my eyes tested in May and I still have 20/20 vision.

Does this happen to anyone else? Could it be too much caffeine? I don't have any fat in my diet- could it be that? I'm getting 6-7 hours of sleep at night and I never drink alcohol, smoke, or do drugs.


This may be a lame question, but have you talked to your physician? There are certain medical conditions - and some are very easy to take care of - which might result in this kind of experience.


Indeed. Literally seeing double is a medical issue and you should be talking to a physician about this, not some random people on a law school website.


I'm going to be honest, you have made two rude replies to my posts and the actress in your profile picture makes you seem even worse.

That wasn't rude.

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Re: Brain Endurance

Postby manofjustice » Sun Sep 01, 2013 1:29 am

Raisins.

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Re: Brain Endurance

Postby xylocarp » Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:53 am

From personal experience, I have to echo that you should go see a doctor. Just in case. When I was a young kid, my mom took me to the optometrist because I was seeing double sometimes, and the doctor told her to take me to the hospital immediately. Turned out I had a brain tumor. That story would out me to a lot of people, but you should just realize that even if it's uncommon, what's happening to you could be something more serious than you think.

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Re: Brain Endurance

Postby TripleX » Sun Sep 01, 2013 3:29 pm

Why aren't you eating any fat? I don't know if that's causing these problems, but dietary fat is an essential part of the human diet.

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Re: Brain Endurance

Postby malleus discentium » Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:05 pm

casparks wrote:
malleus discentium wrote:
bilbaosan wrote:
casparks wrote:Every time I take a PT, I literally start seeing double by the third section. Throughout the remainder of the test I have to strain my eyes or blink them really hard to focus. My brain starts getting really fuzzy. It's bizarre! I had my eyes tested in May and I still have 20/20 vision.

Does this happen to anyone else? Could it be too much caffeine? I don't have any fat in my diet- could it be that? I'm getting 6-7 hours of sleep at night and I never drink alcohol, smoke, or do drugs.


This may be a lame question, but have you talked to your physician? There are certain medical conditions - and some are very easy to take care of - which might result in this kind of experience.


Indeed. Literally seeing double is a medical issue and you should be talking to a physician about this, not some random people on a law school website.


I'm going to be honest, you have made two rude replies to my posts and the actress in your profile picture makes you seem even worse.


Woah woah woah. You can say whatever you want about how I'm a nasty rude internet troll, but you keep your textual mitts off Jenna Maroney.




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