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Transient Global Amnesia Is an Experience You’ll Never Forget

Lola, a small business owner, woke up one day in complete confusion, unable to remember her regular routine or the details of her own life. After being taken to the hospital, doctors diagnosed her with transient global amnesia (TGA), a brief and typically non-recurrent loss of memory most common in people aged between 50 and 70. Despite the experience being distressing for Lola, she later reflected on it positively, seeing it as a recalibration of her highly stressful everyday life.

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