With the major hit on the concentration leading to swirling of thoughts, it becomes fatiguing to read, write, sleep, and working. This whirlwind stays for as long as for a months to a year. Thoughts could vary from any topic or issue. They don’t have to be important. They could be as basic as ordering a food or choosing a pen. During these phases, I might be reading a paragraph and thinking about what I have to do tomorrow which results in two things. First, I have to read the whole thing multiple times, and, second, since nothing was registered, to the point, that when reading it again, it is like reading it for the first time.