This happens periodically to me, so I was wondering if anyone else experienced what I refer to as the automatic shut off, or shut down. This is when you are having a day when a lot of activity is going on, like your "inbox" is full,...you know...the phone, your home chores, gotta race around and do this or that...and you get all this stuff stacked up high. So you are in the midst of doing that, ...and you get some of that inbox stuff done, and you turn around and suddenly, there is even more stuff of "to do's" coming at your in your daily "inbox" and then suddenly your brain just...I dunno how you'd describe it but...it just "stops". You just suddenly lose the ability to think clearly, to speak, to function your arms or legs...you just kind of "stop"...and not move like a zombie for like a few minutes....until everything in your head gets really quiet and stays that way for a few minutes...and there is not a thing you can do about it....and all the sudden when the mind is ready it kind of just "starts up" again and takes ya to the place you left off. I'm probably not making any sense...and right now have no other way of describing it...but it happens to me on occasion through the years...so wondered if it happened to you too??? Thanks for your input.
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