Hey. Fortunately, my second post is a positive update. First, some background: I had dpdr for about 5 months after a bad trip on really strong weed (I later learned that marijuana's a psychoactive substance). I experienced the existential, dismembered body, anhedonia, OCD, 2D world, "people are just organs", etc. phases. I was completely miserable and was convinced I would go insane. I developed chronic insomnia and communicating with others became nearly impossible. However, three days ago I decided to buy a road bike, and ive been riding the shit out of it ever since. I rode 50 miles (that's 4 straight hours!) a day at an intense pace. That's 150 miles so far. After the first day, I didn't feel much of a difference, but after the second day I was 90% recovered and now I'm completely cured. What motivated me was noticing that most people on here are always indoors and relatively inactive. I realized that even though I felt like I could use sheer brain power and logic to defeat dpdr, it's not going to happen: just look at 90% of the people on this thread who've tried/are still trying. I don't mean to sound harsh. It's just that I can see myself having never recovered from dpdr if I solely relied on conventional coping methods. I've tried various levels of exercise before. Weightlifting an hour a day. Running an hour a day. Walking 3 hours a day. I realized that the only way to exercise yourself out of it is by setting a routine for 4-5 hours of strenuous working out everyday. Setting a routine is extremely important: I've run a marathon with dpdr and felt the same afterward because I didn't run at all for the next month. Also, part of dpdr is developing a caustic inner narrator who bullies you for doing xyz wrong. Mine completely shut up after I saw what I was doing was good for me no matter what. The physical grind is definitely worth the freedom from dpdr! If you have questions about my story, just dm me. Love you all!