I'll start off by saying I'm a 17yo male. I used to smoke weed. I started at 15 and just recently quit when I started feeling sick, so I've had a sort of haziness in the brain that I'm guessing is a result of smoking. On New Year's, I had some nasty frozen taquitos, 1 beer, and a lot of coffee. I ended up staying up till probably 8am that morning. At around 7am, I was watching How It's Made when I got a strong feeling like I was going to vomit. I went and sat in the bathroom and never threw up. I just sat there, and I started shivering uncontrollably. No other symptoms, just nausea, cold, and shivering. So I started up the bath to warm up, fell asleep for a few minutes, woke up and went to bed, still feeling kind of sick. That was the last I felt of that until about two weeks later. I was sitting in geometry then I started to feel like everything around me felt fake, then a wave of nausea hit me, then I started shivering and feeling extremely cold again. I went to the nurse and tried to get home, but my mom was out of town so I just took a nap and went to class, feeling better. I've gone to the nurse twice for this. Since then, I don't shiver anymore, but i still get nauseous about every day. Probably a few weeks after that, my brain got really foggy. I still get high test scores and i can learn, but reading and writing is a pain and I lose my concentration easily. Now it's at the point that I will just be sitting there and everything just seems fake and I'll be thinking how can I even prove that the universe exists. I feel like I'm living in a dream. Whenever I lay my head down to sleep, everything feels like it's spinning and I have crazy closed eye visuals as if I were high. Today in gym, after running, I felt like spots of my skin were cold as if water was running down my arms and legs, but i wasn't sweating. That about sums it all up, and it feels like whatever this is is progressive, and I don't want to feel like this for the rest of my life. Btw there are times when I feel normal like when I'm talking or watching tv or playing video games. halp!