A Case Study of Memory Loss
A 67 seven-year-old male patient was brought to my clinic by his daughter who complained that he kept on repeating the same thing over and over again.
This man was emotionally shaken because his daughter had married somebody without even letting him know about it. This led to a lapse of memory. He even failed to recognize his own daughter and kept on repeating whether his daughter who had left him will come back again, even though she was standing by his side. His eyes kept on darting from side to side as if somebody was going to hurt him.
He eventually improved with some sedatives I prescribed to him. This condition is called Temporary Amnesia. Eventually, this person can progress to Alzheimer’s disease.