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Strange Deja Vu, followed by nausea, dizziness and confusion

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 27, 2009
  • 09:18 PM

23 yr old male
For years, ever since I was younger, I would periodically incur episodes where I would have an intense feeling of Deja Vu, usually triggered by something I hear someone say or something I read. And most often I feel like I heard these words spoken in my dreams I have had in the past, but I couldn't remember because you dream in short term memory. But all of a sudden these "memories" of the dream resurface and I get nausea, dizziness and confused. And then as soon as the episode is over (about 30 seconds), I forget all about the dream again and I can't remember any of it....
Now this doesn't happen to me often. At most it happens like twice per year, lasting usually 1 to 3 days. During the days that I am having these episodes it seems to happen roughly 5 - 10 times during the day.

(I'm currently on day 2 of this happening to me)
I don't have seizures, I don't do any drugs. I've been pretty tired the last couple of days, but I have been sleeping alright. No other known medical issues.

Any ideas? I think it might be a supernatural psychic ability that I just can't harness (joking)

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  • This is the second time in my life this is happening to me. It happened to me about 5 years ago and is now happening again. I'm on day 2 also. You described EXACTLY what I have been feeling. It sucks so much. I don't know what to do. I can usually control it by thinking about something else and looking away very fast... but that doesn't always work. I just want these... "attacks" to stop! Do you have any idea what causes this to happen?I still have absolutely no idea. I wonder if it's related to a lack of sleep or perhaps something stress unduced (although I did have these "episodes" when I was younger and I couldn't say I had THAT much to stress about). Honestly, I don't find these moments of Deja Vu + Nausea too severe and I now actually enjoy it to an extent because it's such an odd/out-of-body feeling. Although it can get annoying if you're trying to concentrate then all of a sudden you get Deja Vu and it causes immediate confusion!
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  • Wow, I thought I was the only one experiencing this phenomena. You guys have exactly what I have. Basically what happens to me is a sound, smell, or a particular setting will trigger an intense memory of what I believe to be a recurring dream that my mind has repressed for some reason. Once I begin to remember it, I feel super nauseous, dizzy, etc... to the point where I think I'm almost going to pass out. And it lasts about 30 seconds to a minute. It started about a year ago.But over time, I too have learned to deal with it, and almost "play" with it or try to control it. When it happens I try to focus on the memory and get more "conscious" details. I try to recall it more clearly each time, of course that often makes the nausea worse too. I'm to the point where I know enough about the memory now that I can almost trigger it on my own just by trying to remember that "dream" (or whatever the memory is). Very strange! But I'm glad I'm not the only one now. Strange that we'd all be online researching this around the same time. I wonder how many others experience this?
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  • Wow, I thought I was the only one experiencing this phenomena. You guys have exactly what I have. Basically what happens to me is a sound, smell, or a particular setting will trigger an intense memory of what I believe to be a recurring dream that my mind has repressed for some reason. Once I begin to remember it, I feel super nauseous, dizzy, etc... to the point where I think I'm almost going to pass out. And it lasts about 30 seconds to a minute. It started about a year ago.But over time, I too have learned to deal with it, and almost "play" with it or try to control it. When it happens I try to focus on the memory and get more "conscious" details. I try to recall it more clearly each time, of course that often makes the nausea worse too. I'm to the point where I know enough about the memory now that I can almost trigger it on my own just by trying to remember that "dream" (or whatever the memory is). Very strange! But I'm glad I'm not the only one now. Strange that we'd all be online researching this around the same time. I wonder how many others experience this?The way you explained it is so spot on, it's almost creepy! My main difference is that I can't seem to ever remember even a little bit of the dream right after an episode. It's like the memories come rushing into my head, and right back out a minute later. It's so bizzare, but so interesting at the same time.
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  • really, epilepsy?? did this happen to you at night at all? for the past maybe month i've been waking out of certain dreams feeling nauseated, like the need to throw up is so intense it wakes me out of a sound sleep, though i haven't actually vomited yet. when i remember tidbits of these specific dreams later in the daytime or things related to them, the nausea comes back, and this morning i felt like i was going to pass out. what do i tell a neurologist if i go?? it seems like such a weird thing to say, "my dreams make me sick". wtf?! (thanks for help! :) )I tried to respond yesterday to this but I don't see my reponse up there yet, so I will try again. To ALL that are experiencing the weird Deja Vu's you must see a neurologist. I experienced them for years and it turned out to be Epilepsy. (Temporal Lobe). I kept getting mis dianosed because I couldn't explain them until suddenly I had a big gran mal seizure (convulsive type) and I had learned that ALL those weird deja vus were nothing more than petit seizures. PLEASE talk to a neurologist.
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  • This was happening to me a lot lately - exactly like you described. I'd suddenly remember a dream, or part of a dream, and then feel really queasy, like I was going to throw up. Nothing like that had happened to me before a month or two ago.I decided I'd try avoiding aspartame (which was in my Orbit chewing gum) because it has been linked to seizures and migraines. It's been 3 days, and haven't had any dream flashbacks followed by nausea. I hope this helps.
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  • it sounds like a seizure from epilepsy to me. there are many different types of seizure, and it doesn't have to be collapsing and involuntary jerking. i suggest that you see a doctor and get yourself tested if you haven't yet.Does anyone have any other idea what this could be besides siezures? I have been seeing a neurologist for a year, but none of the tests they did showed anything ( I can't make them happen). I have them about twice a month, sometimes more, sometimes less. They put me on Topamax and 3 1/2 months went by without a single episode. I thought I had my answer! But, the dr. told me he didn't think it was siezures even though the medicine was working. So I'm back to square one. I quit taking the medicine because the side effects were horrible ( tingling, wierd thoughts, sleep paralysis) and now I am waiting for my episodes to come back. I've been having them for 13 years. Like you all I get wierd deja vu, like a dream that may have happened but I can't remember afterward. I also get the nausea, about 10 seconds after the deja vu feeling. There are also other feelings that you all may have if you concentrate on understanding your episodes. For instance, I get a burning sensation from under my right eye down my arm, my hearing goes dim, my salivary glands act up, and sometimes afterwards (depending on the severity) I'll get extreme headaches starting at the back of my head and working its way up. And like a lot of you I think it's a pretty cool feeling (rules out panic attacks). I've come to realize I'll never have an answer, and I'm okay with that, they're a part of me, and I'll have them the rest of my life without knowing. It's so good seeing that so many other people know what I'm feeling!So is the doctor a quack, and they are siezures, or is there something else it could be?
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • August 12, 2009
    • 04:31 PM
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  • Does anyone have any other idea what this could be besides siezures? I have been seeing a neurologist for a year, but none of the tests they did showed anything ( I can't make them happen). I have them about twice a month, sometimes more, sometimes less. They put me on Topamax and 3 1/2 months went by without a single episode. I thought I had my answer! But, the dr. told me he didn't think it was siezures even though the medicine was working. So I'm back to square one. I quit taking the medicine because the side effects were horrible ( tingling, wierd thoughts, sleep paralysis) and now I am waiting for my episodes to come back. I've been having them for 13 years. Like you all I get wierd deja vu, like a dream that may have happened but I can't remember afterward. I also get the nausea, about 10 seconds after the deja vu feeling. There are also other feelings that you all may have if you concentrate on understanding your episodes. For instance, I get a burning sensation from under my right eye down my arm, my hearing goes dim, my salivary glands act up, and sometimes afterwards (depending on the severity) I'll get extreme headaches starting at the back of my head and working its way up. And like a lot of you I think it's a pretty cool feeling (rules out panic attacks). I've come to realize I'll never have an answer, and I'm okay with that, they're a part of me, and I'll have them the rest of my life without knowing. It's so good seeing that so many other people know what I'm feeling! So is the doctor a quack, and they are siezures, or is there something else it could be? Yes I do. If you have a bunch of other symptoms it could be active b12 deficiencies like I had. If it is that , the podds of you finding the right brand of the right type taken the right way to be effective are more than 1000 to 1 against you. If you are interested in the details, let me know.
    Freddd 3576 Replies
    • August 13, 2009
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  • hey, I have been experiencing these deja vu episodes followed by nausea and headaches for about 15 years... but unfortunately just never did anything about it until recently. It's so great to hear everyone is writing about it and sharing there experiences. I actually just came back from my neurologist appointment today and he wants to start me on the topamax just to see if they go away. (i have them 3 times a month on average every month) for the person who wrote about the side effects thanks so much for that. Do you think its even worth going on it for 2 months? were the side effects that horrible? I've had a brain wave scan done and an MRI taken and nothing has come up. Which makes me feel pretty confident that its not anything major. (i hope) I don't know what to think.. my doctor says it might be diagnosed as just a simple migraine.( There's tons of different kinds) I think all in all we're just gifted, cause I can seriously sometimes predict what's about to happen before it happens... just wish i didn't get so sick afterwards. For those of you who haven't went and got checked by a neurologist yet.. thats something you should highly consider just incase.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • August 25, 2009
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  • Hi, i'm 18 years old and been having exactly the same thing all of u are having, but mine does'nt involve headache and the nausea is instant and not after the deja vu.anyway for me ther is'nt any music or something like that it's just the feeling that i have been in this setuation before.i have been to the doctor and had my head scanned with MIR and didn't find anything wrong and the doctor said i'm fine, we asked him if it could be epilepsy he said no (after cheking the photos from the MIR)so now to speak about the non medical side of it reacentely the gap between me remembering the "dream" and it actually happening has increassed to the point that if someone is asking me a question during my deja vu i can actually start replying before he can finish it so thats strange... it's like my thinking time is alooot less than when in normal condition.i will be posting again with more detailed info of what i know about this phenomen and hopefully we could eventually find out what the heck is wrong with us (if anything is wrong with us that is) untell then pls go to the doctor and have your brain scanned so that we know for sure from more than a couple of sources that it's not epilepsy.thanks for reading.
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    • September 2, 2009
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  • The way you explained it is so spot on, it's almost creepy! My main difference is that I can't seem to ever remember even a little bit of the dream right after an episode. It's like the memories come rushing into my head, and right back out a minute later. It's so bizzare, but so interesting at the same time.This is bizarre! All this weird **** has been happening to me. I can't explain. Its like I think about it & it happens. And remembering things fr 25yrs + ago, TOTAL RECALL. The feeling like I just "checked out" for a second. Sudden nausea. OMG
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    • September 6, 2009
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  • I have been having this periodically, on and off, for about the last 10 years. It would be a groovy sort of thing, if it weren't for the overwhelming nausea, which can last for 20minutes or so after an 'episode'. It is nice to hear I'm not the only one suffering this. It just happened to me again, as I was getting out of the shower this morning, and I'm still feeling queasy now, 20 minutes later.As a young person, (I'm now 39yr old female) I used to get what you might call, 'normal' deja vu; ie: without the accompanying nausea. Then as an adult, maybe 10 years ago, my deja vu episodes starting happening with nausea, dizziness, and feeling like I need to use the toilet, (you know how your **m gets sweaty! LOL) or vomit, or both. Horrible!I'm wondering if anyone else with these symptoms also suffers from severe dizzy spells (not at the same time as the deja vu thing, but could be related?). About once or twice a year, I get crazily dizzy, like when you're a kid and you purposely make yourself dizzy by spinning around, but this comes on for no apparent reason, and can last for a few hours! I need to lie down, and keep still, as moving makes it worse. You can't focus on anything, as the world is just spinning out of control. Usually, it's accompanied by nausea and more often than not, vomiting from the nausea. It's horrific, and my doctor has had to make home calls on me, with a stemitil injection. He says he has never seen anyone with dizziness like I have. Anyone else have this?I actually saw a neurologist a number of years ago about another unusual thing that was happeing to me in my head (I'm such a weirdo) and he did some tests to see if I had epilepsy, and they were inconclusive. So, it could be that we all have a mild form of epilepsy? I think I might personally, go and have another check. With all my symptoms grouped together, something is definitely wrong!Thank for this posting people, it's nice to feel part of a niche. :o)
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  • I have been having this periodically, on and off, for about the last 10 years. It would be a groovy sort of thing, if it weren't for the overwhelming nausea, which can last for 20minutes or so after an 'episode'. It is nice to hear I'm not the only one suffering this. It just happened to me again, as I was getting out of the shower this morning, and I'm still feeling queasy now, 20 minutes later.As a young person, (I'm now 39yr old female) I used to get what you might call, 'normal' deja vu; ie: without the accompanying nausea. Then as an adult, maybe 10 years ago, my deja vu episodes starting happening with nausea, dizziness, and feeling like I need to use the toilet, (you know how your **m gets sweaty! LOL) or vomit, or both. Horrible!I'm wondering if anyone else with these symptoms also suffers from severe dizzy spells (not at the same time as the deja vu thing, but could be related?). About once or twice a year, I get crazily dizzy, like when you're a kid and you purposely make yourself dizzy by spinning around, but this comes on for no apparent reason, and can last for a few hours! I need to lie down, and keep still, as moving makes it worse. You can't focus on anything, as the world is just spinning out of control. Usually, it's accompanied by nausea and more often than not, vomiting from the nausea. It's horrific, and my doctor has had to make home calls on me, with a stemitil injection. He says he has never seen anyone with dizziness like I have. Anyone else have this?I actually saw a neurologist a number of years ago about another unusual thing that was happeing to me in my head (I'm such a weirdo) and he did some tests to see if I had epilepsy, and they were inconclusive. So, it could be that we all have a mild form of epilepsy? I think I might personally, go and have another check. With all my symptoms grouped together, something is definitely wrong!Thank for this posting people, it's nice to feel part of a niche. :o) I found that the deja vu, the nausea, the vertigo and dizziness and all that were all b12 deficiency related. I had them all my life and in the last 6 years of taking methylb12 they are all gone an have not been back in almost 6 years. All the meds I had for any of those things hasn't had the prescription renewed for 5.5 years.http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?p=196955#post196955for getting information on b12 deficiency and how to correct it and discussion.http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?t=62327for active b12 basics and symptoms list.
    Freddd 3576 Replies
    • September 15, 2009
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  • Wow, I thought I was the only one experiencing this phenomena. You guys have exactly what I have. Basically what happens to me is a sound, smell, or a particular setting will trigger an intense memory of what I believe to be a recurring dream that my mind has repressed for some reason. Once I begin to remember it, I feel super nauseous, dizzy, etc... to the point where I think I'm almost going to pass out. And it lasts about 30 seconds to a minute. It started about a year ago.But over time, I too have learned to deal with it, and almost "play" with it or try to control it. When it happens I try to focus on the memory and get more "conscious" details. I try to recall it more clearly each time, of course that often makes the nausea worse too. I'm to the point where I know enough about the memory now that I can almost trigger it on my own just by trying to remember that "dream" (or whatever the memory is). Very strange! But I'm glad I'm not the only one now. Strange that we'd all be online researching this around the same time. I wonder how many others experience this?I have had mine for over 10-15 yrs. (I am now 48) They always last 2 days with 5-10 epsiodes per day. Used to happen about every 6 months but now it is every 4-6 weeks. With mine the memory is always the same and the weirdest part for me is that just recently any voices around me start saying the words from my memory. So, if my boss and a co-worker are talking in the cube next to me they are saying the words from my memory. I just figured that I have a brain tumnor that will eventually explode during one of the "episodes"!As others state I can't recall any portion of the memory after the episode is done, even though it seems perfectly clear during the 10-20 seconds that it lasts each time.Haven't seen anybody yet because I figured they would just tell me I am overtired or overstressed, which I don't believe is the case. No drug use by me either.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 18, 2009
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  • I've had this EXACT same thing happening to me for the past 10 years at least. With me it only happens at most a few times a year. I usually have a few episodes when it happens then nothing again for awhile. I've always felt like the deja vu part was my brain trying to remember something but never quite could. It also, a lot of times, has felt like a memory of a dream or something. I can never remember what it was that popped into my head after the episode was over (also lasting about 30 secs to a min). Just this morning I've had about 4 so far. It always makes me feel out of whack the rest of the day, along with nausea and headaches. I usually just close my eyes until it passes since many times it's followed by dizziness. I had an episode about 3 years ago that after opening my eyes, I found myself on the floor. It took me a minute to figure out why I was there and what had led to it. It sure scared the crap out of me because that had never happened before. I've seen doctors, neurologists included. They never could figure out what caused them. I had and MRI to check my brain, no issues. I had an ECG to check my heart, normal again. Normal EKG as well. I was told it WASN'T epilepsy in my case. But they did still call them minor seizures. They also said they could be painless migraines or reactions to food toxins..artificial additives, pesticides, etc. I was put on Topamax which seemed to help but I ended up having to stop the medication after losing my health insurance. Once I get insurance again, I hope to see new doctors to see if maybe they can figure it out. I'm not happy that you all have had to deal with this same thing, but at the same time I'm glad to know that it DOES happen to other people. I've always had such a hard time trying to describe what happens to me to people that haven't experienced it. I wish you all the best. I hope things get better for you all in this.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 23, 2009
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  • Hi everyone,Ive been suffering with the same thing since I was 11 years old (I'm now 28). Same as you guys it starts with deja vu from my dreams; eg; specific converstaion or song in the background within a same or similar location to the dream it could be my kitchen or a shopping centre or place of work, even happened at places where I've never been before. Then I get the strange nausea that hits the front of my abdomen like a punch, followed with extreme dizziness to the point my vision goes blurred, confusion and urgent need to urinate. It usually last about 3-4 minutes in my experience and I'm usually disorientated for about an hour or two. I'm sort of glad to see I'm not the only person to experience this but also want to know whats causing it, what is it and is there anything I can do to reduce or stop them?Jo
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    • September 25, 2009
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  • Hello. I am 17 years old, and i have been having this exact thing for a few years now.I will have up to 3 'episodes' in a day, then i wont have any for a long long time, then ill have another.They are always exactly the same, ill explain one:I was walking down to the bus stop to go to work. As i was walking along the footpath I suddenly got this strong Deja-Vu sensation. I know what's coming next because its the same feeling every time, which I cannot describe. Next I feel really dizzy, and a few seconds later, extreme nausea. Really overpowering nausea which makes me stop and I have to bend down and take deep breaths. after about 10 seconds of enduring the dizziness and nausea, it passes away and I feel fine again.Things that don't happen:I don't get a headacheI don't get 20 minutes of nauseaIt doesn't carry on until the next day or whatever. I literally feel perfect again 30 seconds after the 'episode'.I don't have them often, but when I'm having them, they come often. Ill go for months without having one, then ill get 3 in one day.I cannot reproduce the effect. I don't even know what memory(s) trigger the Deja-Vu.I hope someone has an answer to this. I'm thinking of printing this entire thread off and showing my doctor, I suggest everyone does the same & explains everything in full detail.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 2, 2009
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  • really, epilepsy?? did this happen to you at night at all? for the past maybe month i've been waking out of certain dreams feeling nauseated, like the need to throw up is so intense it wakes me out of a sound sleep, though i haven't actually vomited yet. when i remember tidbits of these specific dreams later in the daytime or things related to them, the nausea comes back, and this morning i felt like i was going to pass out. what do i tell a neurologist if i go?? it seems like such a weird thing to say, "my dreams make me sick". wtf?! (thanks for help! :) )I found this site while trying to determine what type of seizures I have and I'm amazed at the simularities with my own experiences. I had my first episode at 8yrs. old and it would come and go at will. it started with Deja-vu and confusion and ended with nausea. At 17 I had a Grand-mal seizure after a day of consecutive Deja-vu episodes (auras). Before this, I could go for months without incident. I have taken Tegretol ever since and still have seizures periodically. I found out that I have Cognitive Auras these are mild seizures and cause me to lose focus, mumble, and I'm told I get a blank stare on my face. I thought I was possibly the only one to experience this kind of activity because it was so difficult to describe and Doctors would give me a look as if they had never heard such a thing. I'm 41 now and I still have auras but I would go under the knife if it were possible to correct this problem. I feel like my condition has restricted in many ways, however it could indeed be worse.
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    • October 11, 2009
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  • I have just started experiencing this yesterday.At first I thought it was a little bit of a panic attack because my husband and I are searching for our first house. My husband gets panic attacks and it did not feel like what we has described.It happened twice yesterday and 3 times so far today (it's the afternoon currently.)Random things will trigger them...yesterday seeing my husband did, this morning kissing him did then this after it was thinking about an event we're having at work and then reading a story online. They all bring me back to the same dream or deja vu experience that I'm sitting in a house somewhere with people who I don't recognize. During the episodes, I try to figure out who the people are and where I'm at but can't.It'll last for about 15 seconds and I try really hard to remember. Afterwards, I have nausea for about 5 mins but just feel "out of it" for a little while.It is just a really strange feeling. I would assume mine are from current stress but odd things trigger them and it always takes me back to the same intense deja vu experience.I hope it's nothing major?
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 14, 2009
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  • Hey all,I honestly don't know where to start. Finding this site was a blessing. I'm relived to know i am not the only one out there getting this feeling/episode. Im a 22 year old girl and here is my deal. I will be sitting there, walking, watching TV whatever. A song, something someone says, a scene from a TV show or movie or even just a thought will trigger it. It starts with deja vu (very strong) then 10 seconds later the nausea hits, i have trouble breathing, get really hot, dizziness, cant see or hear anything. It happens 5-10 times a day however all day long i have the deja vu feeling. Only when something prominent happens or a thought, whatever, the deja vu gets worse and the sickness starts. Its been happening for 2 weeks. It also happened to me over a year ago but stopped, now starting again. It also happens in the middle of the night, ill wake up from a dream and it will start. Once i feel as if i have nearly got my head around the memory (like remembering it) it disappears.I feel like im trying to remember something, like someone has erased a memory of mine ( a huge memory like months or years worth) and replaced it with this false one i am living now. I no it sounds weird and i seriously think im going crazy. I think it has something 2 do with dreams. Also i read that someone here has the phantom of the opera music playing...it happens to me sometimes to...or also people talking from movies I've seen.I need help. I'm scared to go see a doctor they will most likely think im crazy. I'm thinking about seeing a psychic or clairvoyant.Does anyone pleasee have any advice?
    Ashle3 4 Replies
    • October 22, 2009
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  • I was wondering if you are a Christian?It could be a sort of spiritual warfare.It could be an unharnessed gift of God, no joke.Ask a pastor.Seriously23 yr old maleFor years, ever since I was younger, I would periodically incur episodes where I would have an intense feeling of Deja Vu, usually triggered by something I hear someone say or something I read. And most often I feel like I heard these words spoken in my dreams I have had in the past, but I couldn't remember because you dream in short term memory. But all of a sudden these "memories" of the dream resurface and I get nausea, dizziness and confused. And then as soon as the episode is over (about 30 seconds), I forget all about the dream again and I can't remember any of it....Now this doesn't happen to me often. At most it happens like twice per year, lasting usually 1 to 3 days. During the days that I am having these episodes it seems to happen roughly 5 - 10 times during the day.(I'm currently on day 2 of this happening to me)I don't have seizures, I don't do any drugs. I've been pretty tired the last couple of days, but I have been sleeping alright. No other known medical issues.Any ideas? I think it might be a supernatural psychic ability that I just can't harness (joking)
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 25, 2009
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