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fieldsmatt31

Member Since 16 Dec 2009
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In Topic: Intelligence

29 December 2019 - 07:29 AM

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In Topic: My ULTIMATE cure to dp/dr

13 October 2019 - 01:41 AM

I'm so happy to hear everyone's improvements here. Please, keep going. Don't just rely on exercise alone to help you feel better. Do other things also. Try to improve your diet. Also try stretching or yoga to improve your flexibility. These things will help you feel better, more confident, and more vibrant/lively and, in effect, help you to dispel DP/DR. It is very possible, I want to tell everyone. 

 

The idea is to live healthy and to improve your over all state of well being. Be active in your pursuit to live well. This will help you to dispel DP/DR symptoms. 

 

You can also practice meditation to help you feel more well. Bring your attention to the present moment. Center your self. Follow your breath. Breath, and quietly, patiently, and gently bring your attention into the stillness of the present moment. Here, in your heart, you are nurtured. Be patient, you will begin to notice improvements in your self as the day goes on. You can take your attention throughout all parts of your body. This helps to become more integrated as a mental, physical, and spiritual being.

 

I dont mean to sound like Deepak Chopra mumbo jumbo or anything but all of these things including meditation actually can improve your overall state of well being. And actually, you might find reading some Deepak Chopra or similar teachers to be helpful. 

 

You can also research different meditation techniques/practices to find some that you enjoy.

 

Lastly, I want to say, as I always do, that I believe DP/DR is totally treatable. I had DP/DR for years. Where I am now, it seems like another lifetime ago. If anyone wants to talk just message me. I love you all.


In Topic: Antipsychotics

10 October 2019 - 11:13 PM

I did a long time ago. They were very terrible for me. Very awful experience. 


In Topic: My ULTIMATE cure to dp/dr

10 October 2019 - 11:06 PM

Obviously physical exercise alone helped the person who started the thread, and apparently a few others, unless they are lying. I believe them. It really doesn't surprise me at all that a person could rebound from DP totally just from exercise alone. Some people recover over time, naturally. Some people claim dieting and exercise helped them recover from DP. Some people require more time then others and/or counseling. Some people recover just by going on with their daily life normally. Some people claim to have DP syndrome for life, but that is more rare in my opinion. 

 

One thing is for sure, you have to be careful claiming what helped you recover from DP as a cure. For some reason people get very upset about that. It is one remedy to help treat DP. I dont see the harm in making that claim. There is no harm, as long as people use sensible discretion. Obviously, you don;t want run so much to make your feet fall off. It's healthy to exercise, sensibly. It feels good to exercise. Personally, I am most at peace when Im jogging. Nothing bothers me when Im jogging.


In Topic: Recovered Fully been 2 years!!

30 September 2019 - 11:10 PM

Awesome, another person who recovers from DP just by dieting and eating well. I talk about it in almost all of my posts, the importance of dieting and eating well. Foods can be very HEALING. Ive been recovered for about 6 years.

 

Improving your diet makes you feel good physically and mentally.

It can be very soothing.

 

The engagement you have with the food, the environment where the food came from, and the engagement with your body giving it nourishment is intimate. I believe the intimacy of caring for your body, listening to the body, and feeling its needs is a great practice for anyone but especially for those with DP. Eating for healing. 

 

Juices

Teas

Tinctures

Super foods

Smoothies

Herbs

Fruits

Veggies

Nuts

Seeds

Legumes 

Beans

 

Etc.