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... I have had this feeling of brain fog and anxiety since I was in middle school. Brain fog causes me to have a distorted view of reality. It is a similar feeling to smoking pot or feeling like you are not part of your body. ... (0 replies)
... Try a 1 day veggie juice fast; Eat nothing but fruits and veggies the day before and the day after, and nothing but fresh veggie juice the day of. It can do wonders for clearing your head and boosting your confidence. Try getting your hormone levels checked; a lack of thyroid or DHEA in your bloodstream could be the cause. If it is than you can supplement these hormones. Or... (7 replies)
... hey all, i have severe brain fog and mental confusion... its all anxiety and depression, suffered for 3 yrs now, no meds have worked except for zoloft BUT raised my hrt rate... ... (7 replies)

... I have also been treated with Xanax and Klonopin for anxiety. The side effects are pretty low and usually go away after a while. At first I had a brain fog and disorientation and dizziness. I didnt have stomach problems or any sexual side effects as I have had with the SSRI's. ... (6 replies)
... wise I am. I don't feel depressed anymore like I used to, and the anxiety is more about normal things than someone sneaking into my house and slitting my throat or whatever, but the feeling is not going away. ... (1 replies)
I dont feel real.
Jan 25, 2013
... I am also a teenager and I have the same symptoms you do! It sounds like brain fog and depersonalization, or maybe anxiety. It is really hard to deal with not feeling real and not being able to do things you like. ... (8 replies)
... Memory loss, impaired cognitive abilities, confusion, brain fog, struggle to find words, thinking can be like swimming in treacle, everything is hazy and foggy. ... (2 replies)
What is this?
Jul 9, 2003
... ri to try called reboxetine it hasnt been approved by the fda in the us but he gave it to me to try, what i have been reading up on it, it affects the norphadine brain chemincal which is for severly depressed people it does something to your moivation BUT i dont need that as i am forever cleaning etc.. ... (4 replies)
... e my the hydrcone to help with both. I suffer from severe OCD and 2 other mental conditions,Anxiety ,Trichotillonmania,Schizophrenia ,my doctor wants me to have brain surgery ,im not responding to therapy or medications so far . this demon is killing me and my family. ... (3 replies)
... ive never been on lex so i cant really say but i do agree that the xanax makes me feel normal...i mean i dont wanna get addicted and i havent taken it more than two days in a row EXCEPT FOR the third day i tried to go without it but my daughter was stressing me out (she is 4) and i felt dizzy and just anxious so i had to take one...and i felt badly bout it but im... (27 replies)
... times a week seemed to quell my anxiety but I was so afraid of becoming addicted to it despite my limited usage, that I visited my doctor and went on Lexapro 10mg. back in Oct. '06. ... (27 replies)
... I'm looking for guidance as to how to get to the bottom of a chain of health problems I've experienced over the past several years. I'm a 42 year old man in otherwise very good health (active, good diet most of the time, not overweight). In my late 30s, I started to develop digestive issues. The symptoms included bloating, gas, diarrhea, and loss of appetite. After... (1 replies)
... lly, in May 2001, my Neuro. thought this could all be psychological so I went to a psych. and he prescribed me zoloft which helped within 2 weeks. It lifted the fog and really helped with the memory and concentration. ... (4 replies)
... eaching the brain. Derealization is completely harmless but can be very disturbing. The more you give derealization credibility, the longer it stays with you. As anxiety levels are reduced, derealization disappears. ... (8 replies)
Bipolar Disorder
Jul 27, 2002
... he wanted to know how I was doing. I told him I had eased off of all meds except Xanax. He just shook his head and said "you do know that you're damaging your brain by not taking your meds, don't you? ... (19 replies)
... eaching the brain. Derealization is completely harmless but can be very disturbing. The more you give derealization credibility, the longer it stays with you. As anxiety levels are reduced, derealization disappears... FACT. ... (3 replies)

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