I'm wondering if I have some sort of medical condition, if there's any term for this... or if it's just something that's fairly common... I haven't really talked to anyone about it, just wondering if anyone knew anything about this. When I was about 9 or 10, every month or so, my mind would sort of go blank. Things would start to seem slightly faster than it actually is. This only lasts for about 2 or 3 minutes. But during that time, if anyone talks it sounds much more urgent than it actually is (that is a very key aspect to how it happens, and it happens every single time), things seem panicked. I don't feel dizzy or lose control of motor skills, or the ability to act properly. But I usually can't think clearly, and sometimes even repeat what I've been thinking about over and over in my head until it stops. My mind also seems to almost narrow between my temple, like a headache that does not hurt. The whole thing usually stops when I start talking. Then everything slows down to match the speed of my voice. It's all very strange. It's quite difficult to describe the symptoms right now. I'd have to wait until it happens again to give a more detailed explanation. The symptoms almost seem to be like some form of panic or anxiety attack. Although I haven't seen any corelation between my stress and the occurance of this. I haven't noticed any pattern to when or why this happens. It seems purely random. The reason I ask about this, is it just happened to me again this morning, for apparently no reason at all. This is the first time I can recall it happening for the last 3 years, I believe... One of my friends said he's had it happen to him before. Can anyone help me out? Thanks in advance!