Walking Through Doorways Causes Forgetting: The ...
Accidents resulting in even mild trauma can cause unanticipated adverse reactions to patients due to the unique physical composition of each person, says Alabama liability attorney Keith T. Belt .
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“This memory thing for me drives me nuts. I put my sweet n low container up in Nov after Bill passed and still have not found it. Last week I bought a jar of sugarfree jelly and I put the jar up and have not found it at all. I went to the store yesterday to buy another jar and forgot to get it. I can write things down and forget to take my list with me. I write things on the calender and forget to look at it. At times I think my mind is getting better and others I think I’m getting worse.”
A bedroom light bulb burns out and replacement new bulbs are in the kitchen, so you set off to get one. However when you arrive you think, why am I here? Those” Brain Blips” may not be solely due to absent-mindedness and/or RSD/CRPS. Gabe Radvansky, a psychology professor at Notre Dame University, had study participants carry objects around the house and found: “They could not remember objects as well when they crossed through a doorway.”
Conclusion: “Change of venue makes the brain push old stuff out and focus on what’s going on now,” a good strategy for cavemen heading from forest to field. So our brain is pre-coded to have “Brain Blips” as we change physical space and this condition is further exemplified when an individual suffers from RSD/CRPS. The recommendation is to remain in the current space, focusing on the project at hand and finishing it, or utilize Post-It notes when you move on.
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