In the rare condition known as tachysensia, a person experiences a temporary distortion of time and sound, during which they get the “fast feeling” that everything is moving more rapidly than it actually is.
Is Tachysensia an anxiety?
The exact cause of this condition remains unknown; however, tachysensia has been linked to changes in body temperature (e.g., fevers), migraines, PTSD, stress, fear, anxiety, awe, and silence.
How do you clear your mind before sleeping?
Busy Brain? Tips to Quiet an Active Mind for Sleep1 / 10. Not Sleepy? Stay Up. 2 / 10. Put Off Paying the Bills. 3 / 10. Make a To-Do List. 4 / 10. Let Your Muscles Fully Relax. 5 / 10. Slow Your Breath, Slow Your Mind. 6 / 10. Make Your Bedroom a No-Screen Zone. 7 / 10. Meditate. 8 / 10. Call Out Your Worries. •21 Feb 2020