Let’s say you’re going skiing for the first time, but suddenly when you step on the snow it feels like you’ve done it before. Well, you just had a taste of déjà vu.

Although it seems to be a rare occurrence, 60-80% of people have had déjà vu, but for some, it may mean that there is an underlying condition to which your body is sending a signal to warn you.

We found the déjà vu experience interesting and wanted to discover the causes. Well, we didn’t expect to find so many different and important signals.

6. It Means You Are Young

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The first experience of déjà vu usually occurs with children 10 years of age or younger (only some under 6 have déjà vu).

However, the period in which this occurs most frequently is between 15 and 25 years. After that, the events begin to decline with age.

5. It Means Your Brain Is Working

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As the experience of déjà vu becomes less frequent as we age, this has confused some scientists, as it may not mean that there is something wrong with your memory.

In fact, it can be a sign of a healthy mind and indicate that you can detect wrong signals.

4. Your Memory Could Be Out Of Sync

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Many experts believe that déjà vu has something to do with how you remember your memories.

This event may be a response to a situation similar to a past experience that you don’t remember very well.

Maybe it happened when you were a kid or you can’t remember for some other reason.

Also, we tend to notice a lot of details on a daily basis, but we don’t memorize them.

So you may have the feeling that you have seen a situation before due to those little details that you forgot.

3. It Might Happen Right Before A Seizure

There are different types of physical and mental signs that can alert you before a seizure, and one of them is déjà vu.

So if you have a history of seizures, you may want to be vigilant if things around you seem familiar, but you’ve never been in that position before.

However, the same can happen even if you don’t have neurological problems.

In fact, déjà vu occurs in the same part of the brain. Still, it is believed that it can only be a delayed transmission between the ears, eyes, and other senses.

2. You Are Too Exhausted Or Stressed

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You may experience the strange feeling of familiarity more than usual when you are tired and under stress. If you continue, you should consider different ways to get more rest and relaxation.

This is probably because, when we are under stress, our attention is reduced.

For example, if you are distracted by a noise while your future partner is about to put the ring on your hand, you stop and think for a second.

As you continue your action, it may seem like déjà vu, because it seems like you’ve been in the same position before.

1. Frequent Deja Vu Might Be A Sign Of Anxiety

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There have been cases where déjà vu was triggered by anxiety, which further worsens this mental disorder. Although scientists are working on it, they still need to run more tests to confirm the experiment.

Have you experienced déjà vu before? How old were you when it happened? Do you remember if you were tired, stressed, or anxious?