- Why Do I Forget Words
- These Are The Words I Would Say
Why Do I Forget Words – Samyak Lalit | October 1, 2021 (Last updated: October 1, 2021) Samyak Lalit is an author and disability rights activist. He is a polio survivor and founder of projects like Kavita Kosh, Gadya Kosh, TechWelkin, Dashamlav and Viklangta Dot Com. Website: www.lalitkumar.in
With increasing age, people begin to worry about possible illnesses that can hinder their overall health. One such terrible condition is Alzheimer’s disease (or dementia). Many older adults begin to worry about Alzheimer’s disease as soon as they notice signs such as forgetfulness or other decline in cognitive abilities. While forgetting things can be a warning sign of Alzheimer’s disease, it’s not always the case. In this article, we are discussing the factors that cause common forgetfulness and severe memory loss that can be a sign of Alzheimer’s disease (or dementia).
Why Do I Forget Words
Most of us think that our memory is poor and when the frequency of forgetting things increases, we tend to worry. However, it is important to understand that forgetting is normal. We all forget things surprisingly quickly. Researchers have found that the human brain forgets 56% of information within an hour of acquiring it and continues to lose information gradually.
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Forgetting is not only a common phenomenon but also a very important phenomenon. It is just as important as removing waste from the body. You can think of forgetting as a natural way to clean your brain to increase its speed and power. This is similar to the process of clearing cache from our devices to increase their speed and performance.
Although forgetting is a part of everyone’s life, the frequency of forgetting naturally increases as we age. And this is why so often a devastating condition like dementia is overlooked as a normal aging problem. And sometimes people start worrying too much. There are certain factors you need to know to strike a balance between ignoring the signs of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease and not worrying too much about your forgetfulness.
The following signs may indicate that your or your loved one’s forgetfulness may be more than simply a matter of aging.
While forgetting things is normal; Losing common words is not. If someone forgets to pay a credit card bill or an occasional promise to show up at a certain time and place, it’s not a big deal. However, if someone starts forgetting the names of commonly used objects in their daily life, it could be a warning sign. It is quite common to lose track of what someone is talking about when we are stressed or distracted by some other thought. However, if someone starts to forget a conversation they just had with someone, it could indicate lurking dementia or similar cognitive problems in the near future.
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If you observe a loved one having difficulty finding the words for normal everyday conversations or repeating questions you just answered, you should be concerned. The loss of words can be so severe that the person’s speech may be interrupted. Loss of the ability to speak, not due to language impairment but due to forgetting words, is a very clear sign of the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
Forgetfulness due to conditions such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s brings confusion and significant behavioral changes. While a person facing age-related memory loss may forget to call back the person she was supposed to call or may leave her wallet at the coffee shop. A person who is forgetful due to Alzheimer’s disease may begin to forget things, such as brushing her teeth or taking a shower, that become ingrained in her daily routine. Tasks like brushing teeth, bathing, etc. no need to remember, we do things like this on autopilot. If a person starts forgetting things like this, it could be a red flag. The person may even begin to forget familiar streets or places including their own address.
If your forgetfulness is of the normal type, stop worrying and take a relaxation pill! You can participate in memory and brain-boosting activities like reading books, learning new things, or challenging yourself with Sudoku and crosswords. In fact, these activities may even slow your brain’s normal rate of aging.
And if you feel that your forgetfulness is exceeding normal limits, you need to be alert. It is always better to see a doctor and get medical advice sooner rather than later. You’ll be happy to know some symptoms that seem to be of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can be caused by treatable diseases like thyroid disorders. Even if it is dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, it can be controlled in the early stages. So, don’t delay in consulting your doctor and get medical advice from qualified professionals. Do you sometimes feel frustrated when speaking English? Do you think you know many words in English but every time you start speaking you forget the words and feel as if you can’t speak English at all?
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Look, this might sound crazy, but you need to stop learning new vocabulary immediately! Want to know why? Read this blog post to find out!
The simple answer is: You focus on new vocabulary instead of working with what you already have.
A common misconception among language learners is that the more words they learn and remember, the more fluent they will be.
What’s the point of learning new words if you can’t even use the words you already know, the words you already have in your personal vocabulary?
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What if I told you that you’ve probably come across most of the words you need to use in most of your conversations! SO, you already have the necessary elements to speak fluently, you just need to find a way to access it.
In other words, each of us has an active vocabulary and a passive vocabulary. Active vocabulary is vocabulary we are using regularly and we can access it in our brain at any time.
Now, passive vocabulary are words we know and understand BUT we DO NOT use when speaking English. Did you know that our passive vocabulary is larger than our active vocabulary?
To figure this out, you need to take a big step back and look at the most commonly used words in English.
These Are The Words I Would Say
I have a whole video about learning the most commonly used words in English, so if you want to check it out and see if you know all these words, the link is in the description box of me below.
There are more than 25 definitions of the word “have,” about 10 phrasal verbs and more than 15 idioms. Are you still confident that you know what “yes” means?
I assume you know most of the words above but you have difficulty understanding all the phrases. Am I right? And that’s exactly why you have trouble following conversations. So learning new words and constantly improving your vocabulary will TOTALLY not help you if words like “have” are giving you trouble.
In other words: stop learning individual words and focus on learning words in phrases, idioms, and context. This will help you remember what part of speech it is and how it is used, especially if the word is part of a phrase or idiom.
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The first thing you should do is make a list of all the words you already know in your active vocabulary. These are all the basic words you know and use. Don’t try to google this but try to memorize and write it down. You don’t have to do it all in one day. Carry a notebook and whenever you think of a word or use a word you know, write it down.
Then I want you to pick a word from your list and start using it in context. First, write 2-3 sentences in which the words have different meanings. If you can’t remember, use an online dictionary to help you.
To do this, I recommend using an online dictionary. Personally I like macmillanddictionary, but you can use any other dictionary you like.
See? This is why it is extremely important to see words in context and process all possible meanings first.
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So, after you write a few sentences for the same word, the next thing you should do is see if you understand the idioms related to a certain word.
I highly recommend writing everything down and as you practice, add more examples to your notebook.
This will help you increase your vocabulary and prevent you from forgetting words when speaking English.
And that’s it! What do you think about this? I’d love for you to share the new meaning of a word, slang expression or idiom you’ve learned in the comments. Arabic Chinese (Simplified) Czech Danish Dutch English Filipino French German Greek Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Indonesian Japanese Khmer Korean Laotian Latvian Malay Mongolia Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia Spain Sweden Thailand Vietnamese
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