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Re: Brain fog Michael73

Posted by Eddie Sylvano on December 20, 2002, at 10:41:09

In reply to Brain fog, posted by Michael73 on December 19, 2002, at 18:27:49

> Dear readers, I wanted to describe what I've always simply called "the feeling in my head" which may better be called "brain fog".

Have you tried any type of anticonvulsants? I've had a similar condition for several years, with depersonalization and fatigue. None of my senses seemed legitimate or cohesive, and I had to pay extra attention to everything in order to process it. Sort of like having to pay attention to the rules of riding a bike after you'd grown used to riding it without thinking. On bad days, I couldn't really do anything beyond sitting down and staring about blankly. Talking to people was always a surreal experience. The world around me seemed like a joke that I wasn't in on.
Nothing seemed to alleviate the problem until I tried tegretol, which addressed the problem rapidly. I still feel weird on occasion, but nowhere near as badly.




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