Inattentiveness Escalates To Confusion
A prolonged feeling of inattentiveness, if the cause is extreme exhaustion, can escalate into confusion. Those dealing with confusion may forget what they are doing in the middle of doing it, such as forgetting where they were headed or why they picked up a certain object, knowing they intended to do something with it. Confusion under extreme exhaustion is usually combined with a strong feeling of physical tiredness, and it can become so bad that an individual can no longer think or speak properly. Feelings of irritability or inability to cope may also be experienced. While some individuals may instinctively reach for sugary treats to receive a quick boost of energy, this will not alleviate the exhaustion and will only throw their body into further chaos.