"I think that a lot of people would recognize themselves in that state of confusion"
You would think so. But I went 40 years with an abnormal EEG and no medical doctor, psychiatrist, psychologist, or even one
neurologist had the sense to order an EEG and determine that I was suffering from an epileptic syndrome.
When I finally did figure it out and asked for an EEG, I was consistent with someone who had a history of epileptic seizures.
Of course, I had already figured that out as well, but it took me 40 years and I had no help from the medical community in doing that.
An EEG will likely tell you whether your confusion stems from your brain's electrical signals.
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