Anyone who is prone to feelings of depersonalization is also quite reactive to outside stimuli, and therefore must be aware of the reactions one might experience after substance use and why full clarity of mind is dependent upon avoiding certain substances, for good reasons.
It is helpful to know just how reactive you may be in order to counter this reactivity and avoid having to face intrusive symptoms of depersonalization, derealization, anxiety and other physical and emotional interferences.
Lastly, it’s important to learn how to interrupt feelings of depersonalization and derealization so your mind refreshes and clarity and peace of mind return.
Let’s begin with the definition of Depersonalization and Derealization:
– Depersonalization is basically a mind that has become extremely fatigued due to prolonged fearful worry. This tired mind creates feelings of detachment, unreality and disorientation, as if separated from the world and the people in it.
– Derealization is when one’s surroundings appear unusual, different, distant, strange and a bit “off.”
Neither is an illness. What one is experiencing is the results of an exhausted mind which is basically a learned behavior/habit that may simply