What's up? Hope you are doing well.
I'm encountering serious problems with my short-term memory. I'll forget to take something with me, or forget to take the food out of the fridge, or I'll leave something behind that I should have taken with me. Like my lunch to work. That happens a lot.
Now, I've started accidentally taking my store's keys home with me, after leaving them in my pocket all night, and literally forgetting they were even there. Until I get home and empty out my pockets. Today, I literally had to go back to my store, just so my store would have the keys they need to run business.
I'm 30, and honestly wonder if it's too early to consider early-onset Alzheimer's as a possible cause. Or is this brain damage from my 2010 suicide attempt (40 diphenhydramine sleeping pills) that is catching up to me, or what? I want to know why I'm having such a terrible time with my memory, so I can fix it, and get some peace of mind back!
It's really bothering me that I'm starting to forget a lot of stuff very often. Or am I just being too hard on myself, and need to lighten up?