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6 Things Our Body Is Telling Us When We Experience Deja Vu

Let’s say you’re going skiing for the first time, but suddenly, as you step on the snow, it looks like you’ve already done it. Well, you just experienced deja vu. Although it seems like an unusual occurrence, 60-80% of people have had deja vu, but for some it may mean that there is an underlying condition that your body sends a signal to warn you of.

The experience of deja vu was interesting to us and we wanted to find out the causes. Well, we didn’t expect to find so many different and important characters.

1. It means you are young.

The first experience with deja vu usually occurs with children ten years of age or younger (only a few children under 6 have deja vu). However, the most common period is between 15 and 25 years. After that, events begin to diminish as you age.

2. It means your brain is working.

As the experience of deja vu becomes less frequent as we age, this confuses some scientists because it may not mean that there is a problem with your memory. In fact, it could be a sign of a healthy mind and indicate that you may notice the wrong signs.

3. Your memory may not be synchronized

There are many experts who believe that deja vu has to do with the way memories are remembered. It is possible that this event reacts to a situation similar to a past experience that you do not fully remember. Maybe it happened when he was little or he doesn’t remember it for some other reason.



Also, we tend to notice a lot of details every day, but we don’t remember them. So you may feel that you have already seen the previous situation because of these little details that you forgot.

4. It might happen right before a seizure.

There are different types of physical and mental signs that can warn you before an attack, and one of them experiences deja vu. So, if you’ve had seizures in the past, maybe you should be careful if things around you seem familiar to you, but you haven’t been in that position before.

However, the same thing can happen even if you do not have neurological problems. In fact, deja vu occurs in the same part of the brain. However, it is believed that this can only be a delayed transmission between the ears, eyes and other senses.

5. You are too exhausted or stressed.

You may feel a strange feeling of closeness more than usual when you are tired and stressed. If you continue, consider different ways to rest and relax.

This is probably because, when we are under stress, we pay less attention. For example, if you are disturbed by noise while your future partner is putting a ring on your hand, you will stop and think for a moment. As you continue the action, it may seem like deja vu to you, because it seems that you have already been in the same position.

6. Frequent deja vu can be a sign of anxiety.

There have been cases where deja vu is caused by anxiety, which makes this mental disorder even worse. Although scientists have been working on it, they still have to do additional testing to confirm the experience.

Have you ever experienced deja vu? How old were you when it happened? Remember if you were tired, stressed or anxious?

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