Memory Loss, Life After Death
I suffered a sudden cardiac arrest in May of 2020 at the age of 25. I've since gotten back to work and back into the gym, but there is something that is becoming obvious to me; my short term memory isn't what it once was. I find it hard to remember names, numbers, and what I went into a room to do. At work I notice that I will forget measurements or what step of a process that I am at. It's really been eating at me. Especially today after my foreman started pointing out that I have a "memory" problem. While I know he was just jokingly giving me a jab, I can't help but worry that it won't get better, or that I will never be the person I was once capable of being.
I'm wondering if there are any other members who are further along in their recovery than I am who could either give me reassurance or the harsh truth of the situation. Will my memory come back, or will I have to come up with strategies to mitigate my forgetfulness?