Does anyone ever feel that they have lost conciousness while sleeping?(sounds odd)or maybe I should just call it disorientation.I woke up from a nap yesterday,and didn't know where I was,what time it was,day,year.I don't really think I even knew my name.Then when I got up,it was pretty severe brain fog,couldn't form a sentence,was irrational,and emotional.This has happened before,and more often within the past few weeks.
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