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Hello all,

 

besides the "normal" symptoms the thing that bothers me the most is that the body does not feel right. I cannot even describe that. Sometimes it is unnvering, sometimes it is just there. Can somebody relate? As if the whole nervous system is feeling weird. Is that wd or can it be an anxiety disorder?

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Claudius

Ye I can fully relate. In the first 2 years of WD, my whole body felt somehow "totally wrong". And that made it soooo difficult to explain to my employer and company doctor asho always wanted to know "what was my problem". Indeed your whole body and CNS are so complteley out of sync that it is not even possible to explain what are your symptoms. Just feeling a psysical and mental wreck.

It gets better in time, I am not out of the woods but feel better in many senses.

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Maybe

Thanks Claudius! It is "good" to hear that others experience the same. 90% of the time it does no bother me, so this is no huge problem. Still I was wondering if am slowly becoming nuts and feel things that are not there actually...

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squirrel

I can relate to this too mine is 24/7

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squirrel

To add to my above post it is my head that I cannot explain, not a mental thing but a physical feeling that my head is out of sync.plus my body feels unbalanced and not grounded. Does this make any sense?

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Maybe

Yes, I think I have had that as well sometimes. But it varies very often.

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angie007

Is it nomal on wd at 3 months off to feel the whole nervous system is completely out of sync?

 

Im a little scared to be honest, any litle thing can set this off, shaky/jittery fingers move and quiver on there own, in fact the whole body does not feel right at all, and i know the cns runs through out our bodies, but this is just eerie, its like every little nerve in the whole of my body just isnt happy at all, and i feel it all with the weird sensations it produces.

Can someone here explain this a little better?? its an odd thing to have to explain as most normal people havent a clue what im trying to say?? Does this settle down in time???

Just visiting my grandchildren was enough to set this off and produce some very strange sensations - and in order to live my life this is the sort of thing that is expected of me, other times

there is no trigger, i can wake up with this " hypersensitive nervous system". Some days i feel none of this at all.

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Maybe

Hey Angie,

 

Yes, this is quite normal. It will lessen with time, at least the strong arousment out of the blue. I mostly feel terrible now when I make some mistakes and push myself to much. So I can avoid triggering my cns most of the time.

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angie007

Hey Maybe,

 

How are you doing buddy??? your sounding so much better?? hope what im thinkg is true lol.

 

Thankyou my friend, it means a lot to know that although this feels so very abnormal its normal for us in wd, and thanxs for letting me know that it does get better..

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angie007

Anyone tried Magnesium for this problem??? does it help any???

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Maybe

Hey Angie,

 

Up and down, as always. Still no day without symptoms, though close to all past weeks have been endurable with onyl a few hours of worse symptoms.

 

They only thing I took during wd were Omega 3 acids (line seed oil) and a spoon of lecithin twice. After some months of taking the oil I could not tolerate it anymore (bloating right after taking it) and I did not feel good after the Lecithin, so I never took it again. If you can somehow endure the symptoms, do not take anything, but eating normal and healthy food. I think it is best to let the cns heal on itself without any supplements.

 

But that are just my two cent.

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angie007

Hey Maybe,

 

Your defo sounding so much more positive and happier tho im happy to say, thank you my friend, i will take your advice and do absolutely nothing as in the way of suppliments etc, and just let time and my body do its job the natural way, horrible as it is, but i guess its the right thing to do, just my patience running a bit thin lol, must learn to be more patient, never been one of my stronger points. Much appreciate your advice and your response buddy, thank you very much for reassuring me, it means so much.

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Hopefull

I also experience this weird bodly and head feelings, mainly at night.

I don't have words to explain it, but it feels like thoughts can provoke this weird bodly head feeling. I experienced this last night.

It makes me feel really uncomfortable and worried that I am loosing my mind.

I try to remind my self to be calm and rational. This is WDS and not me.

How d people cope with the strange bodily and head sensations that can not be explained in words. I tried explaining this too my PDOC yesterday and it was hard for him to understand.

I don't understand it either.

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Junglechicken

Yes, I can definitely relate.

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lexapronomo

Me too. I feel sick all the time, I haven't even started my taper. I feel like my depression is a result of always feeling sick, like I'm poisoned.

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Rain

I felt same feeling as yours especially lying on the bed, it was horrible, worst thing in my life. I started to having self harming thouughts because it's too intense. Heart racing, bad thoughts, just can't describe how bad the inner feeling is, but i just don't have the moving around symptoms...

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Prohealer

Omg yes, im not the only way one!

 

Ive had this mildy since beginning of wd in march and am now having a SEVERE wave of it.

 

Sometimes ill say to my friends or mum "im feeling really neurologically wrong today" to which they end up looking at me funny. Sonetimes it feels kinda "seizurey?". It wont shift as im having troubles with stress and comfort eating currently.

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