Please help spatial awareness disorientation issues
« on: April 03, 2021, 08:32:56 am »
Hi I’m new here
I’m feeling so distressed. I feel like I Search and Search but can’t find my exact symptoms.
I’m wondering if anyone who has spatial awareness issues can tell me what they experience.
I’m finding it so hard to put into words what I’m experiencing but basically everything feels off centre.
I can’t comprehend straight walls i over think everything and I feel disoriented. And try and square things off almost. I have only left the house a handful of times the last few months and when I do the roads feel off like they should go more to the left or right. Like the direction is slightly off.
I’m finding this so unbearable has anyone experienced these symptoms
I feel like I’m going crazy.
I tapered from diazepam Using Ashton method but these symptoms have worsened since weaning off propranolol.
I just can’t seem to get my mind to stop overthinking about this
Facing the unfortunate fact: for some of us, it's permanent
« on: January 28, 2017, 06:30:13 am »
Title says it all.
I’ve seen enough two, three, five year even 10 year off posts to know that there seems to be a set of preconditions which disposes some of us to permanent brain damage. Not sure what those are and of course the science isn’t there yet to tease this all apart. It’s an unfortunate truth.
11 months off, complete brain damage feeling in my head. Can’t think complex things anymore.
I’m puzzled just looking at this now?
Re: Facing the unfortunate fact: for some of us, it's permanent
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2017, 06:35:18 am »
No “we all heal in time” here… I can’t take this horseshit line of patter any longer.
This is for people trying to cope with the reality of our situation and where we go and what on Earth we do from here
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Re: Can we have a little more "positivity" here?
« Reply #15 on: February 08, 2016, 02:06:42 pm »
You know i hear the same speach every month since im here
“Trust me pill you will be better at 6 month ”
” hang in there pill you will turn the corner at 12 month i was better ”
” come on pill i bet you will be better at 18 month like the majority ”
Well im now 19 month off and still hearing a new timeline… oh now its 24 month off.
And then people that are 24 month off+ like raksha etc are still struggling now everybody tell you ” oh well it will be better at 3 years”
Come on im bored by that process, just a wasting life and nobody know when you will get better . Even more if you will ever be
Don’t reinstate. Try to be patient. I had a spoonful of nut butter the other day as I thought I felt better and it floored me the next day!
But today I have had a better day….and have come out of it after a few days.
I was soooooo sick at 18 months but I turned a corner at month 22. You would kick yourself if your corner is only months away…think about it. I was as sick as you…trust me!!!,,,,and things got better and I began functioning in life again