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eddy1886

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In Topic: How an injection in the neck cured my depersonalization and severe anxiety!

27 May 2017 - 11:43 PM

Hey guys unfortunatley i still have moments where my depersonalization comes back but in a very controllable way; so it's not a MIRACLE CURE! Maybe I will do the procedure again haha. At least im still calm and didn't have panic attacks, nightmares, thinking im going crazy and depression since the first injection.

I also read that many patients with ptsd needed two injectionts in the neck at the same time to get the best result.

I would only recommend this procedure if your depersonalization is combinated with extreme anxiety.

Here is the newest video:

https://m.youtube.co...h?v=2067AbwCHqs

Im confused....The title on this thread is..............

How an injection in the neck cured my depersonalization and severe anxiety!

 

But yet you just said ".........Hey guys unfortunatley i still have moments where my depersonalization comes back but in a very controllable way; so it's not a MIRACLE CURE!   "

 

Are you "CURED" or not...

 

When I say cured I mean is your DP and anxiety gone COMPLETELY ?

 

This is gonna raise the debate of what defines cured....To me cured means that the DP goes away and doesnt come back and even more so the sufferer stops fearing it coming back...The fact is if you still fear DP coming back it means you still have anxiety about it inside you and hence you still ahve the potential inside for it to raise its ugly head...

 

I actually believe what has happened here is that the injection has made your DP manageable...

 

Sorry for being so cynic but medication keeps my DP manageable....Is this not the same thing...


In Topic: Shocked at the world. RIP Manchester victims

27 May 2017 - 11:32 PM

Unfortunately the world is a beautiful place being destroyed by lots of bad people who are power hungry....

 

You will find that greed is at the heart of all the bad stuff that goes on in the world...

 

The battle for oil, the environment being destroyed, drug wars, racism etc etc etc....Its alll for greed and power...

 

We in the western world are most guilty...We are obsessed with materialism while third world countries suffer in silence....

 

The sad thing about life is that most people do not realise how lucky they are and how blesed they are to have what they have in life...Most people believe more money, a better job, nicer clothes, a trophy girlfriend, a fancy car etc etc etc will bring them happiness...Im afraid if you cant find happiness from within you are never gonna find it....Looking outward for peace of mind and contentment is totally the wrong place to be searching...

 

I realised all this when DP took my life from me....The fact is if you dont have your health and in particular peace of mind you have nothing...


In Topic: I can't hold down a job because of derealization...HELP

27 May 2017 - 11:17 PM

You are more than likely entitled to disability....But you will have to fight for it....

 

If you do go down this route keep fighting and appealing...They will try turn you down over and over...Dont take no for an answer...Seek legal help if neccessary...Gather lots of doctors and shrinks reports etc etc....


In Topic: Would really appreciate tips for medication <3

27 May 2017 - 11:12 PM

Atypical anti psychotic (low dose) can work wonders for some...

 

Dolmatil (Sulpiride) saved my life....Ive been taking a 200mg (minimum dose ) for many years...

 

It takes about a week or so to kick in properly (sometimes longer) depending on the individual...


In Topic: Was 100% recovered, however...

25 May 2017 - 05:39 PM

Cold turkey was a seriously bad idea Alex....You have to wean yourself off ALL psychiatric meds very very slowly....I had a very similar experience with Citalopram....Like an idiot i stopped it cold turkey and within a week I was back in depression anxiety and DP hell....

 

Ya gotta reduce the dose of any anti depressant extremely slowly over a number of months....

 

When it comes to Benzos withdrawal can be hell for long term users (Be very careful if you are taking ANY Benzo and decide to just stop of your own accord)

 

Medical supervision is essential for this....

 

Ive seen  a lot of people who were doing well decide to just stop their meds believing they didnt need them anymore....The fact is the med was probably what had them doing so well in the first place....Ive experienced this myself and now my attitude is if its not broken dont fix it....

 

People seem to forget after time the hell they were in before a med helped them improve...They then think "Im brand new" "I dont need these drugs now" This can be a big mistake....

 

I wonder what would happen to a diabetic who just turned around one day to himself and decided "F**k this Im done with these injections" He would probably be in a coma within hours or worse still dead......................