5. Unsettling moments of disorientation in previously familiar places
Patients may lose track of dates, seasons and the passage of time. they get lost in places they’ve been before due to confusion about time and places. They forget where they are or how they got there. At times they may leave familiar places thinking they are in the wrong places. They find it challenging to understand something if it is not happening immediately.
6. Difficulty in completing familiar tasks
Sufferers have difficulty judging the amount of time needed for a task or the sequence of steps needed to compete a task. They find it hard to complete daily tasks such as managing a budget , how to record a TV show or using the settings on a microwave.