Generally speaking I’m aware this isn’t actually a problem but, when it comes to cooking things can differ…
I can see that having a limited daily routine can cause problems when it comes to the passage of time, routine becomes automatic and mental focus drifts…
Mmm. My problem is that it takes me 20 minutes to do something, but it feels as though only 5 minutes has gone by.
Interesting but doesnt apply to me … this maybe because I am very aware of routine which I share with my husband. The day and week is very much divided into sections. I do sometimes feel panic that I have completely overlooked an event.
This article **needs more [medical references]
I am not one for self diagnosis on the Internet.
Always see your doctor in the first instance if you have any concerns
Cerebellar ataxia can affect virtually any body part causing movement abnormalities. … movement in (1) the rate of initiation and cessation called dyschronometria,
Copied from www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Of course ask your specialist. Except that he seems to know even less.
The reference to more information being needed often appears in wikipedia. It’s a technical thing meaning that the article doesn’t meet their requirements. I doubt it means that it’s necessarily wrong.