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I think that computers are not good for helpin DP i think they seriously make it worst but when u have DP/DR u turn to ur computer for entertainment and help and seriously its ur whole life through the computer screen. When i wasnt watching tv or on the computer i saw changes in my condition i didnt feel so dizzy anymore my memory got better but now im stuck here again cuz its winter and winter sucks unless ur a snowborder
 

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i think its keeping a healthy balance of both thats important,the computer is a wonderful tool for reference points...its only unhealthy when you sit on your butt 24/7 in front of this screen
 

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i use the pc alot but in between the day im often...walking the dog,making dinner,visiting my neighbour,going to the pub

i split my day up but id rather use the pc in my spare time that watch the garbage thats on tv...because when you think about it most people spend most of there life watching tv
 

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yeah i know from experience sitting in front of the computer all day for days and months on can be bad, for someone in an anxious state anyway.
 
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I haven't really visited my computer (as it is 300 miles away) for the last week and i've been feeling much better. For the last year since I got dpdr, I might have increased my daily computer time from about 1 or 2 hours to somewhere around 5 hours which is INSANE. It was just making the outside world that much more difficult to deal with.

I'm already starting to feel a bit weird sitting here typing this and its only been 20 minutes.
 

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holy crap aint that the truth!!! :shock:

it really got to me yesterday i got totally numb and the next thing i remember was waking up in the shower. i KNOW it was from being on the comp for 4 hours strait.
 
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