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#1 rob35235

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Posted 18 February 2021 - 12:21 PM

Hey guys, I don't know what to make of the way I've been feeling for the past couple months, increasingly worse over time it seems.  Basically I used to be on the DR-anxiety-agoraphobia-OCD-existential anxiety-insomnia-visual issues spectrum.

 

Now, it seems like I am just sedated all day...not really depressed, but highly dazed like I'm medicated and buzzing on Benadryl, or have the flu and am just totally groggy.  I used to have insomnia...not I just want to sleep all day and have to fight to stay focused.  And it's not a natural sleepiness.  I really don't even feel anxiety anymore because it's like I'm naturally on a sedative. 

 

And the DR at times is crazy...sometimes I'm feeling like the events in my past were of a different person's experiences.

 

I don't know...I just feel different and....unsettled.  Does anyone else have this sleepy/sedated issue?



#2 Findmywayhome

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Posted 18 February 2021 - 10:08 PM

No matter how good of a sleep I get (which is never that great) I feel so fatigued. Everything feels sluggish, including myself. I also feel overstimulated all the time, which in turn makes me feel more tired. DPDR is fucked too of course. I feel like im blind but not at the same time, like im only seeing things computationally; but I dont “feel” what im seeing. And hearing is so weird. Sounds seem as obscure and transient as thoughts. I feel cognitively debilitated too.






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