I am only 20, so I dont think it would be possible for me to have dementia, BUT for a year now I have just had major cognitive problems. Im not aware of what is going on, my perception of things is WAY off. I feel like I am a walking zombie. I have tried to explain to my doctor and family the way I feel and no one understands. It is very depressing and has caused me to develop anxiety problems. I feel like I am the only person going through this. I am tired of feeling this way and feel like I am just ready to give up. I took wellbrutrin for a little while and it worked, but recently stopped. I have just been placed on adderall. It works for the first hour and then STOPS. If anyone has every heard of something like this before PLEASE HELP me with some advice. I have been doing some research and think that a low level of dopamine may could be the problem. I found that eatng fruits would raise the level of dopamine and I NEVER eat fruit. I am going to start and see if it helps. .....any advice?
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