The term mamnesia comes from the word abbreviation which comes from the words mama and amnesia. It is often used by pregnant women who are describing the changes in mental state that occur during pregnancy and in the early stages of birth. It is characterized by a disturbance in memory and your inability to think logically, or both. Memory decline that occurs in women who are pregnant usually occurs in the second trimester and third trimester. Some people feel that the disorder that occurs will disappear by itself after turning 2 years after the birth of your baby, but some are still lasting quite a long time.
Chances are you have mammnesia when you experience at least three things, such as repeatedly losing your keys or your wallet. Can’t remember putting down an item that has just been worked on for a few minutes. You often forget your promises to meet someone. You often stop talking suddenly because you don’t remember what was being said. Then you also often forget to turn off the stove, besides that you almost get lost to go home when you come home from the shop close to your house. You even forget the name husband you, your children, other family members even forget on behalf of yourself.
So that you don’t experience symptoms of momnesia too much, it’s a good idea to do some of these tips so you can help and deal with these mammnesia:
1. Write down all the things you must remember, such as making appointments to someone, as well as your schedule for taking vitamins. In addition, you should write down all the things you will ask your doctor when you are going to have your pregnancy checkup. Keep the notebook in a place that is easy to remember.
2. Save the things you think are important in one place. Such as keys, dompel and other items.
3. If you are required to remember something very important, it’s a good idea to calm your mind first. Then you can try to visualize what happened. Like when you are required to call your husband, but you cannot remember his telephone number. You can try to visualize yourself dialing your husband’s number.
4. Focus yourself on the things that really matter. Make it a priority. Put some energy into your focus. Share some of your duties with others.
5. You should increase your sleep schedule. This momnesia is likely to continue after you give birth. For women who are recently pregnant may find it difficult to fulfill their sleep. But you have to try to keep sleeping even for a moment.
6. You should not take supplements for the brain. It is better if you consult with your obstetrician before taking supplements.