U r not hurting anyone first off--- eat greens tons water start that as a daily goal no sugar at all no dairy at all no fast food what so ever
It’s so sad that a teen can develop this too!! I’m so sorry you’re suffering. But you’re not alone. I know exactly how you feel. How old are you ? And do your parents react to you ? Eat a lot of vegetables. Especially ginger. It helps but there’s no cure. And don’t eat any bread.
Good luck and try and stay strong.
I can only recommend to get an appointment at a psychiatrist and also registering for psycho therapy as soon as possible.
Just to be on the safe side to rule out a mental illness like Olfactory Reference Syndrome.
Stay strong friend, know you are not alone, we face this problem together as an online community. I would try to discuss your feelings/thoughts about this with whomever you feel closest to; teacher, friend, parent, family member etc. Get their take on it. The one's who think it is delusion try to prove to them why you feel this way. Keep in mind this could all be in our head despite it feeling/seeming like it's not.
That said, I just sneezed twice within 30 minutes and so did a coworker. It's weird lately i'll notice myself sneezing more if i'm around people that I feel I cause reactions with, almost like our 2 energies (bacteria) are fighting each other.
I also developed this during high school. Now I'm in college and I remember in my first year I would skip so much class just to get away from lecture halls. Over time this has made me pretty jaded and blunt about the world. It's sort of a constant, constant irritation of your mind. The couple close friends and family keep me from going insane.
I'm all done commenting ever again on this blog
your story is basically a replica of my childhood. I can empathize with every single word you wrote...
PATM started when I was 12-13. Both my parents and brothers reacted to me, just like class mates and everyone around me. It led to complete isolation and the development of anxieties, depression, suicidal thoughts. I'm turning 28 soon and so far nothing has changed. But I still see hope for all of us. Stay strong. :)
I think is our body have high histamine in it and our body can break it down propely. I am trying to eat low histamine diet to see what is going to happen.
People that react are sensitive to histamine that's why they cast it. Try to drink vitamin C in high mg. Do research on histamine