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Old 11-20-2020, 01:54 AM   #1
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Hi, I havenít been able to find anything relating to this anywhere else. At random points I suddenly feel as if everyone and everything including myself is sort of in a fast forward like speed. Suddenly I feel as if Iím moving so quickly and talking so quickly and I notice everything else seems to be moving at the same pace. I canít really describe it but it almost seems sort of like Iím in a dream state when itís happening and Iím just hoping someone knows something relating to it or has also experienced this
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Old 11-20-2020, 12:16 PM   #2
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Dear Cherry1802,

What you describe is something that happened to me before. In my case, I was able to trace it to my consumption of diet soda which had caffeine and the stimulant phenylalanine. Because when I stopped drinking diet soda, that feeling stopped. But since I am not a doctor or medical professional, I really have no idea what might be causing what you describe as happening. So sorry I could not be helpful to you in this. Hopefully others here will have helpful insights.

Sincerely yours, Yao Wen
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