Etiologyd3

This disorder is very rare and occurs most often during extreme stress (such as wartime or after a natural disaster).

Symptoms

The primary feature of this disorder is abrupt travel away from home, an inability to remember important aspects of one’s life, and the partial or complete adoption of a new identity.

Treatment

The disorder typically dissipates on its own and it is extremely rare to last more than one month.

Prognosis

Prognosis is very good.