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#618396 Is there any medication that can make me feel real, excited, motivated and al...

Posted by Psyborg on 03 June 2020 - 07:05 PM

I have a dilemma as in on one hand I want to recommend certain meds since they helped me so much and on the other hand I am hesitating to recommend them because it is best to deal with mental problems without meds if possible and I dont want to be the reason if the medication use will not be sucessful for the person or even harmful for him/her 

#618194 Memes? Or jokes?

Posted by Psyborg on 28 May 2020 - 11:50 PM

#618192 Constantly questioning???

Posted by Psyborg on 28 May 2020 - 11:47 PM

yes I had this shit too  . I had it actually worse ....I thought that my whole life was a lie and that certain memories I had were wrong and just hallucinations 


I once didnt find a post of mine in a forum that I created years ago and I freaked out because I thought I didnt actually experience it and that my life was a lie . when I found the post finally I cried lol . I thought for 2 seconds that everything is fine and then it started again immediately and I thought I am losing my fucking mind 


honestly in my case it was kinda psychotic and to be honest I came out of it with medication 

#617904 Do we exist in other universes/future?

Posted by Psyborg on 18 May 2020 - 02:42 PM


#616788 I need help, i think im ruined

Posted by Psyborg on 06 April 2020 - 01:36 PM

I will say something to you now which will (hopefully , and I think it will) help you 


the fact that you are bothered by the situation you are in (otherwise you wouldnt have opened this thread) means that you have feelings and are actually an emotional person . 


the state you are in is an anormal state which will pass . feeling happy or sad etc. are still in you but they are eclipsed by DP/DR . 


I can tell you again that zyprexa does wonders for me . and I take only 7.5mg  . when you try it tell me how it goes because meds work different for everybody . in my experience if zyprexa doesnt help then seroquel can and vice versa . I was in the mental hopsital until not long ago for 3 months and talked about meds with other patients and those who gained weight on zyprexa for example didnt gain weight on seroquel . while I gained a lot of weight from seroquel but none from zyprexa and zyprexa fits me very well while seroquel was not so good 


there are many meds out there other than those 2 . and frankly even though I am not a fan of  medication in general I do think they have their place 

#616598 2 foods that help me a bit with anxiety and blurry vision

Posted by Psyborg on 30 March 2020 - 05:09 PM

I thought I just share it here 


it helps only a little and I dont know if it will help others but cant hurt to post it 


peanut butter helps to calm down a little 


and brussel sprouts help to see sharper and feel a bit more grounded

#615776 Solipsism and Coronavirus

Posted by Psyborg on 05 March 2020 - 04:26 PM


#614764 zyprexa/olanzapine is awesome (at least for me)

Posted by Psyborg on 14 February 2020 - 09:20 PM

do you suffer from gaining weight=

no not at all . which is awesome

#614738 zyprexa/olanzapine is awesome (at least for me)

Posted by Psyborg on 14 February 2020 - 07:27 AM

I always heard that antipsychotics should be stopped very gradually. Once I missed two doses of Risperidone, so 36h without it, and I actually felt much worse than before taking it. I had weird psychotic sensations that I didn't have before, I was more depersonalized and felt a kind of very strange threatening atmosphere and tough attention problems for at least 10 days. I think it is normal to feel bad if one stops abruptly, but that doesn't mean it cannot be ok if one stops gradually.
Or maybe it is not possible at all for some people if DPDR to live without antipsychotics, for example if DPDR is related to a certain illness. I am always upset when people say that "you have DP/DR because of anxiety, trust me, you don't have schizophrenia", or even worse some say that "because you have DP/DR it means you cannot have schizophrenia" as if DPDR was a protection against psychosis.... No, you always can have schizophrenia, and DPDR is even a symptom of it. Some people also say that that "if you worry about having schizophrenia it means you don't have it, because people who have schizophrenia don't know about it", it is just a misconception about psychosis. As a matter of fact you can have some form of schizophrenia without anosognosia, or without hearing voices. My DPDR made me worry about having schizophrenia, and still, psychiatrists thought too I might have it, giving my symptoms. But sorry, this is maybe not too related to your post.

imo dp has psychotic tendencies . its a weird mix of anxiety neurosis , ocd , and mild psychosis

#614622 zyprexa/olanzapine is awesome (at least for me)

Posted by Psyborg on 11 February 2020 - 03:44 PM

the "I am dead / I died" feeling has become a lot better . almost fully gone

I know myself more again . who I am etc. . my emotions have improved and I feel less like a robot. and I feel love towards my family again. it is not perfect yet but a lot better

I dont see colors too bright anymore (the cartoon like feeling)

my ability to remember memories has slightly improved too

I can handle intrusive thoughts a little better . but this might also be with the help of zoloft along with it


my dp had already improved before taking zyprexa though . I also made a thread before where I stated that I am mostly recovered . but zyprexa made it even better . I am happy to take it . and it doesnt even lead to weight problems on me ! really nice

#613702 Doctors who treat depersonalization in the EU?

Posted by Psyborg on 30 January 2020 - 09:42 PM

here in Mainz (Germany) there is a doc (even a hospital I think) who does

#611702 Intelligence

Posted by Psyborg on 29 December 2019 - 02:26 PM

I do believe that there are more dumb people who are happy than intelligent people who are happy


me personally I am too intelligent for my taste even if that might sound bigheaded

#609944 Antipsychotics

Posted by Psyborg on 28 November 2019 - 07:21 AM

How's hospital going Psyborg?

Also if you don't mind me asking, is it DR/DP or were you having other difficulties? I know here that you can't get a hospital stay easily and DP is treated like an anxiety thing, which if you go to hospital for you'll be sent packing

I am not doing well but not that bad either ....the next few weeks will tell

yes I dont only suffer from DP . I have horrible hypochondria with ocd influences and neurosis .general anxiety and panic attacks. sometimes also mild psychotic tendencies

#608670 posting from a mental hospital right now

Posted by Psyborg on 03 November 2019 - 03:43 PM

Hi Psyborg, That's a cool username.
Are you going through a period of depression and/or burnout? I am asking because I was seriously depressed the last couple months as well.
I felt like I couldn't trust any other person. It has passed mostly and  feel a little better now.
We don't have much mental health care facilities from where I'm from. So I didn't go to a psychiatrist myself.
- Abe

I have health anxiety obsession and panic . too much stress . I couldnt go on

#608622 posting from a mental hospital right now

Posted by Psyborg on 02 November 2019 - 02:35 AM


but it is mostly not the dp/dr that brought me to the hospital ...just to let everybody know so dont freak out