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New here and in need of reassurance.

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Hello. I started having mostly derealization with some depersonalization a while ago. At least I think so. I dont want to self-diagnose myself because I may just be overreacting. So id just like to share a few facts and my symptoms.

-I'm really young. like, reeeealy young. Most people talk about being 18 and too young, but I am younger than that.

-I feel like there is a wire mesh in front of my eyes. Not physically, but everything is kind of blurry in a way/

- I feel like I'm dreaming

-I feel like my actions aren't mine

-I just want it to go away. I want to feel really alive again.

-it's mostly mildly constant but sometimes it's worse, sometimes it's milder.

-I dont really feel like my body is mine. I look at myself in the mirror and think, oh, is that me? I dont feel like I belong to it. I mean I know it's my body, but I dont feel like that.
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(First of all, take blood tests. Dp/dr and brain fog can be symptoms of some underlying diseases, deficiencies or toxicity to heavy metals. Go to doctor first to check if you are normal in that case. If it's solely mental/anxiety stress or weed caused, then follow next)

1.Take vitamins & minerals, specially D3 + B complex
2. Stop drugs, alcohol, coffe
3. Stop masturbation for 1 or 2 months
4. (Most important, key to recovery) Exercise! Intense exercise, every day driving bike outside for 4-5 hours is best for recovery. Also push-ups, martial arts weight lifting is very good, u can do it 1-2 times weekly. But best working, cycling for HOOURS a day.
Thats it, if you follow this routine for 1-2 months u will be cured, or atleast 90% better which will make it livable. It is very hard to start it, but if you are strong and willing to do this u will get back normal. Also i repeat this doesnt count if you have something serious like lyme disease or else. Breaking rules i mentioned (excessive masturbating, taking drugs, taking alcohol can make u relapse temporary or make you feel temporary worse). Good luck
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