Sudden Loss of Memory

Head | Neurology | Sudden Loss of Memory (Symptom)


Events like not remember where you left your wallet or keys waves cell phone - have become common everyday problems for many people and are associated causes of sudden memory loss.


The sudden loss of memory and confusion are directly related to brain activity and there are several simple elements that influence it. A simple lack of vitamins or aminoacids, increased blood pressure or low levels of glucose in the blood are just some of the primary causes of the sudden loss of short-term memory. Within the complex set of causes are head injuries, increases blood pressure, anxiety, anger and stress. The latter are psychological causes of sudden memory loss in the short time that may even lead to confusion and serious conditions such as dementia or delirium.