Depersonalization does anybody else suffer with this help

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Hi I've been suffering with anxiety for quite some time now but for the past week I have been feeling like I'm not real no emotions and just mind Racing looked it up and it's called depersonilazion does anybody else suffer with this?? How do I cope with it what can I do I just need help as its scaring me and ruining my life I have 3 children and I need to feel me again thank you x

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    Depersonalisation is just a side effect of anxiety. You can't treat it directly instead look for treatment from you gp for anxiety in general. Once the anxiety is controlled so too will be the depersonalisation

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    Its a part of a Bi Polar disorder.so My cousin who lives with me has it bad You need a antipyscotic drug. he is on Haldol 5 mg. And some people that take seraquil. that doesnt have this disorder. can mask as feeling no emotion.like you dont excist. please you have 3 children go to the doctor. tell him/her how u are feeling.I have depression and gen anxiety plus PTSD. watching him have this is hard. so It is bipolar. and  you looked it up did it on ur own. so now just get meds for this.I hope u find the right one. you may have to try many give them a chance and dont miss taking them. we are here for each other Good luck .Kristy
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    First thing is to get a proper diagnosis, so you know for sure what you are dealing with. For example, the people here all want to help you, but advice on anxiety, bi polar and depression, etc. will be different.

    Doctor Google is NOT a good place to go for diagnosis. Help us help you by visiting your doctor, dear Kirsty.

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    Hello kirsty

    Yes I suffered from this when I was younger, it was a real strange feeling and was dificult to control.

    I would swollow and get the ears to crackle a little bit, sometimes swollow that also seemed to help.

    If I was listening to th tv or radio I would turn it of sometimes I would try and go into a quiet room until it cleared. Somtimes a cold drink helped

    BOB

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    I feel the same way Kirsty . . . . you feel like you are a shell of your former self. Things that use to make you laugh and smile - don't. Things your are interested cease to happen.

    ?I have the diagnosis of bipolar - although the anxiety part is through the roof. Now, I'm not saying you have bipolar only that I feel the same systems you do.

    ?Call and make an appointment to see your doctor. We here can only help support you, not diagnose you.

    ?All I can tell you is that you're not alone. We are her for you!! Call your doctor.Get that appointment.

    ?Sending you positive vibes.

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    Thia is double posted
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