Depersonalization: Stop Fueling the Disorder

Depersonalization is a disorder fed by our way of thinking. It is not a disease and does not require medication, especially since most people who experience depersonalization react to most external stimuli, and medication tops this list.
One unknowingly feeds this disorder by falling into the habit of negative and fearful thoughts. It becomes a strong and perpetual habit that eventually exhausts the mind, resulting in intense feelings of brain fog, detachment, and unreality. Frustration follows, if the individual does not know how to break this habit and allow the tired mind to cool down. There are many triggers that lead to feelings of depersonalization:

– The stressful habit of worrying fearfully about health, grades, work, or situations.
– A prolonged illness, together with the confinement.
– A reaction to a medicine.
– Reaction to recreational substances (marijuana, LSD, ecstasy).
– A reaction to alcohol. – A reaction to caffeine, nicotine, sugar, or a combination.
– A reaction to pre-workout supplements.

– A reaction to vaping and e-cigarettes.

Understanding is critical when it comes to permanent recovery. One must understand that this is not a life sentence and this condition is easily overcome when approached correctly.
Treatment requires a simple but specific process that must be strictly adhered to for permanent recovery to occur. Two-step process:

1 – Thought shift: brain retraining – One must learn to think correctly by learning to break the habit of thinking in fear of “what if”. This takes practice and will result in a mind that is refreshed fairly quickly after a relatively short period of time.
2 – Nutrition Plan: Food Correction: This specific menu and food plan ensures the right nutrients in the right combination to create a less reactive mind and body. By doing so, one can calm down and focus on retraining an overactive mind, allowing it to refresh and rejuvenate. Eating right also leads to the natural increase in serotonin, the feel-good chemical in the brain and helps maintain balanced E cigarette blood sugar levels, resulting in a true sense of well-being.
Full clarity returns when one learns to use this behavior-disrupting process that tests a sensitized mind. Other helpful suggestions that allow the mind to refresh include the following:

– Interests – Getting lost in interests that are fully involved, rather than getting caught up in thinking and worrying about yourself.
– Volunteering: Volunteering services to others forces one to participate outside of inner thinking.
– Outdoor Activity: Participate in outdoor activities on a daily basis, regardless of the weather. Moderate outdoor exercise is therapeutic in many ways. Oxygenates the mind and body and allows light (even on cloudy days) to increase serotonin levels naturally. – Mindfulness Meditation: This simple form of meditation, even when practiced for a few minutes a day, produces amazing results. Not only does it relax the mind and body, but it also makes it possible to recognize (identify) the areas of the body that keep muscles tense and tense. By doing so, you can instantly release this tension and immediately limit the release of stress chemicals in the body.