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Re: Could derealization be a kind of seizure activity? jasmineneroli

Posted by ace on May 26, 2004, at 3:39:11

In reply to Re: Could derealization be a kind of seizure activity? ace, posted by jasmineneroli on May 24, 2004, at 1:41:29

> Thanks Ace:
> Aagh! What you wrote just got me more interested, in what else you might have to say on this subject, if you had more time! You're a tease!!

Sorry!! Im in a hurry now- i am soon going into medical school which makes me very busy!!!! Lots of study!

> When, and if you have more time to expand on your theory, I would LOVE to read it!
> Haven't tried Nardil yet, just sticking to Klonopin at the moment, after trying 5 meds in 16 months!!
> Take care
> Jas
> (Glad to read that Nardil is still doing it for you, btw).

Thanks. I believe derealization/depersonaliztion represent problems with the anterior cingulate gyrus....I believe the concentrations of transmitters is WAY out of wack in those areas. Brain Imaging has shown that that area of the brain, is where we feel the 'I' in ourselves- our identity. It is the point of reference from which WE experience things...for example when we say "MY head is sore" or I"M feeling tired" is that 'I' im talking about.

Depersonalization/derealization also correlate strongly with phobic anxiety....hence I believe their is GABA problems which can be alleviated with benzos (ie Xanax)

I have more to say, but yes, i have to go again!!!

Best wishes,


PS- try Nardil!!




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