I have the exact same thing as you about the vision problem. I'm 19 and ever since I was a kid I would have these times at night as I was laying in bed getting ready to sleep when everything would just seem to be far away... its like you're shrinking and everything seems to be far away like the clock or the window, you know? It would only last for about an hour or so and it's so weird... when you stand up you feel really tall, when you look at your hand right in front of you it seems like its tiny and far away. It seems crazy and I can't find anything online about it. I don't think it was any of the responses that people gave to you so if you found anything else about it I would love to know what you found.
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