Tachysensia!

You are not alone in this. Why do you feel that the days pass so fast? Is it true that time is getting faster than how it was before?

Many think that the older you get the more you feel that your days pass faster than before. It could be true but how about if you are not old, what would this be?

How can 20 minutes fly by when you’re catching up with a friend, but feel incredibly slow if you’re waiting in line? It all comes down to perception.

Tachysensia | Psychology Today United KingdomThe seconds measured by a clock and the time felt in someone’s body are often completely different. 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. More

Tachysensia is a condition that can temporarily alter sensations of time and sound in troubling ways for people who experience symptoms. It is kind of mental malfunctioning. More

It is a good idea to have a yearly calendar as well as a monthly one just to get the sense of time and to see how you are doing with your time. 🙄JanCalSophieUntil we talk again, science discover new conditions every day, with our hugs and kisses ❤


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