I've had this very weird feeling now for a few months....it's hard to describe....it's like I'm living outside of my body.
Often it's a dizzing, un-sure, un-balanced feeling. It's like living in a cloud. My eye-site is also blurry at times and i'm mildly light-headed. Anyways, it's starting to annoy me and it's been very difficult to shake. It tends to be better in the evenings and worse on cloudy, cold days and it does feel better after 40 minutes on the bike at the gym. :)
I went and saw my Doctor and she said its anxiety. She prescribed a mild anti-depressant but I got to be honest, I'm not taking it and I will not take it. There's something in me that just won't "allow" to take a drug for this. I have been talking to a therapist through my benefits at work but it's over the phone and although its been helpful, I'm not exactly thrilled with doing this via phone.
I should also mention that I've gone through some life changes in the last few months - a divorce, and my job can be high stress at times.
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