Do humans have a way to deal with forgetting?

  Catch the subway in the morning, glance at the clock, hurriedly change shoes, close the door, and go downstairs. As soon as I got out of the elevator, a series of question marks began to appear in my mind: just now, the door was closed tightly? Will it bounce back? What if someone goes in? Then, the brain continued to issue instructions: there is no one at home, so stop making a fool of yourself! Go back and have a look! ! Otherwise, I will not be practical for a day! ! !
  Turn around, press the elevator, and go up…
  Many times, my morning trips are like this “opening”. Chatting with young colleagues found that they also had similar repeated “additions”, so there is no need to worry. Short-circuiting, fragmentation or even loss of human memory can induce negative emotions such as anxiety and irritability. At the same time, it may also lead to an amnesia-type obsessive-compulsive disorder: repeatedly salvage a certain memory, and then generate related associations, add various worries, and induce certain abnormal behaviors.
  Memory used to be a “skill” for some people to survive and develop, enough to make a living. The emergence of Internet search engines has replaced many rote memorization and liberated the human brain. However, there are actually more things to remember today, and it is more difficult to remember. The mass of information day after day can only be remembered if it is unforgettable and painful, but there is no guarantee that it will be remembered for a lifetime.
  The difficulty of “remembering” means the ease of “forgetting”. Amnesia is loss and pain. However, various manifestations of forgetfulness are sometimes more joyful than remembering. Look at these poems: stand up / what am I doing / sit back again; grip the toothpick / or forget / have eaten…
  Is there any way to deal with forgetting? In the past, a good memory is not as good as a bad pen. Bad writing is a primitive and traditional way of recording, which is enough to deal with forgetting. The development of the times has provided more convenient ways to store and retrieve memories. For example, the launch of smart video doorbells can make people far away in the sky, feel that home is in front of them, and easily relieve the compulsion that may occur frequently after leaving home. Symptom – From then on, I no longer struggle with whether the door is closed or not. Ha ha.
  In the college entrance examination room 20 years ago, examinees once discussed a somewhat mysterious topic in confusion: if memories can be transplanted. Memory transplantation requires surgery, it hurts muscles and bones, and there are many problems. Surgery is not as good as technology.

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