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One thing you can try is to pinpoint when this started. What makes it worse or better. Did you watch a movie, read a book, that triggered this. Read the bible, occult books, or other religious books? Sometimes people move stuff by accident and then think something else moved it. Did something traumatic happen in your life. Not saying you have to answer this, but moreover ask yourself and consider this. I would say confront this force, try to face it when you see it, if it is nothing but your mind playing tricks on you then when you find that out you might feel better. Lots of people after seeing a scary movie think they see something out of the corner of their eye or image something scary. If you are seeing hallucinations that appear very real even when looking right at them then definitely go see a psychiatrist. Other people on this thread suggested taking a picture of these hallucinations or to see if other people see what you see. Before considering mental illness why not get treated for depression first and see how that is.
Anti psychotic drugs have side affects like weight gain and increasing your chances of diabetes. Plus resperdal can cause pain in your body and you have to take a pill that reduces thoses feelings.
I think the more you handle and take control of your mind the better before being full dependent on pills and think that they will fix everything.
These are some symptoms of Schizophrenia are
think others are taking about you
being a loner
voices and hallucinations

People do worry what others say or think about them, sometimes people are a loner when they are depressed, again scary movie idea people think they see stuff out of the corner of their eye and leave the lights on. So does this mean everyone is a schizophrenic? Experiencing these problems in minor degrees does not make people a schizophrenic. Some people might experience these things and think "oh god I'm mentally ill and need pills", basically over reacting. But experiencing this in severe degrees may mean mental illness especially if they persist and become unbearable.
[QUOTE=red7204;4035315]One thing you can try is to pinpoint when this started. What makes it worse or better. Did you watch a movie, read a book, that triggered this. Read the bible, occult books, or other religious books? Sometimes people move stuff by accident and then think something else moved it. Did something traumatic happen in your life. Not saying you have to answer this, but moreover ask yourself and consider this. I would say confront this force, try to face it when you see it, if it is nothing but your mind playing tricks on you then when you find that out you might feel better. Lots of people after seeing a scary movie think they see something out of the corner of their eye or image something scary. If you are seeing hallucinations that appear very real even when looking right at them then definitely go see a psychiatrist. Other people on this thread suggested taking a picture of these hallucinations or to see if other people see what you see. Before considering mental illness why not get treated for depression first and see how that is.
Anti psychotic drugs have side affects like weight gain and increasing your chances of diabetes. Plus resperdal can cause pain in your body and you have to take a pill that reduces thoses feelings.
I think the more you handle and take control of your mind the better before being full dependent on pills and think that they will fix everything.
These are some symptoms of Schizophrenia are
think others are taking about you
being a loner
voices and hallucinations

People do worry what others say or think about them, sometimes people are a loner when they are depressed, again scary movie idea people think they see stuff out of the corner of their eye and leave the lights on. So does this mean everyone is a schizophrenic? Experiencing these problems in minor degrees does not make people a schizophrenic. Some people might experience these things and think "oh god I'm mentally ill and need pills", basically over reacting. But experiencing this in severe degrees may mean mental illness especially if they persist and become unbearable.[/QUOTE]

I know exactly wen it all started. I took a [I]malaria[/I] pill before i went to dominican. Had some type of allergic reaction or reaction to it thats really rare, diagnosed by doctor. Symptoms of vision loss and depression and so on. Supposed to go away but has not, gotten much worse. Have researched it and from malaria pills ppl have gotten mental illnesses. And the scary movie thing, def not the cause of my "hallucinations" just randomly ill get really depressed and ill see stuff. ALso, wen i meant I put something down somewhere and then it wasnt there. For example i was at work and I was taking all the plastic wrap off a shipment that came in, i put the wrap on the table beside me and then looked at the load or watever, but did not move! and then wen i turned to look the plastic wrap wasnt there and it was on some other shelf like 10 feet away. Only me there so no one else could have moved it and I definetly had not moved consciously.





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