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posted on Feb, 14 2007 @ 09:28 PM
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This is very strange. I suffer the same symptoms. I used to be in the Navy, stationed in the Gulf for a while. One day on the ship my ears started ringing, louder than the normal high frequency ring that people get sometimes, it was even painful. This was about 14 years ago & ever since then I've been getting migraines, the dazed feeling you described, tunnel vision, etc. The past few years I've started feeling tired all the time, unable to concentrate & even started getting arthritis through out my body. I've been to several doctors, bloodwork, pressure & everything checked out. I started doing some research on the net & came across a couple things that fit these symptoms. Candida & mycoplasma are the two things that seem to fit these symptoms. Candida is one of the oldest living creatures on the planet, at least that we know of. It's a yeast that lives in everyone, but can become to plentiful in the body & pretty much starts to consume your body & take it over. After doing tons of research, it seems to be what is keeping the FDA and the drug companies in business. THe other is Mycoplasma(may be man made)- I really don't understand, but seems to be a microvirus that coexists(piggybacks) with other types of fungal infections that cause havoc on the body, pretty much the same as Candida . It sounds crazy, but I've started Apple Cider Vinegar therapy & H2o2 therapy & they have helped tremendously. Migraines are far less frequent and arthritis is almost completely gone. Sodas, breads, carbs in general feed both of these & they reproduce unbelievably quick. Good luck, hope you can get it under control.




posted on Feb, 14 2007 @ 09:53 PM
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I had most of them same symptoms about two years ago. (Though I never saw auras around people.)

The problem was two-fold.

I was exhausted from a long commute by bus everyday. It was usually two hours in to work and three hours home. (It could get even longer due to delays due to city traffic.) It didn't occur to me that sitting on the bus for so many hours could be tiring, but it was. I was "tired but I didn't know it". The aloneness of the commute and the regular job pressures, put together, sneaky-ly created a stress that showed symptoms, but whose cause wasn't obvious.

The other cause was that, due to the lack of time at home, I was eating almost exclusively fast foods and canned and frozen prepared meals. Even though I was getting all of the protein and carbs I needed, I was not getting many of the essential nutrients that I needed such as potassium, vitamin C and, especially, magnesium.

Taking a multi-vitamin daily -- in the morning with food -- helps a lot, but it really pays to have some good ol' home cooking.

Also, it's good to get regular exercize. I'm not even talking about taking up running or joining a gym. It's good to have an active lifestyle in terms of going out several nights a week and having something more physically active to do on weekends. In other words, if you spend your workday in front of a computer, don't spend every evening in front of a computer and/or TV. Get out of the house even if it's to hear a band at a local pub. Just the "act" of being out can tune your body to your mind in a way that relaxing at home cannot. imho.



posted on Feb, 14 2007 @ 10:31 PM
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If you can't tell the difference between reality and fantasy, you have no business being in here, or even following up with half the interests on this site. I am not kidding.

Do you want to end up sitting in your basement, with a foil hat, making flying saucers out of your own excrement, while the police search the neighborhood for you? No?

Then get to a doctor.


the thing is our reality has been tampered with and people are starting to realize this. the truth can really mess with the mind once it has been revealed.



posted on Feb, 14 2007 @ 10:36 PM
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I know this is kind of off topic, but do you think it could have anything to do with Project Blue Beam or HARRP?

I mean, it seems like a lot of people are having similar symptoms.



posted on Feb, 14 2007 @ 11:01 PM
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You are disconnecting from the 3D world. There is tremendous amounts of Light and Energy being beamed to the Earth from the Galactic Center that it is literally changing our DNA. What you are feeling is the physical symptoms of ascension. I would think you also feel lightheaded, maybe your gut will feel uneasy for some odd reason. Perhaps you are having sleepless nights, and are eating less. Perhaps you are feeling great pressure around your heart chakra as it expands to allow more energy. These are the physical symptoms of Ascension.

I also would think you are reevaluating things on Earth and in your personal life, and may indeed be becoming more spiritual. These, are obvious signs of Ascension.

You may feel as if you are no longer here anymore. You are indeed in between worlds, in many ways. Your consciousness is disconnecting from the physical world, and you are entering trance like states. These are other symptoms of Ascension.

We all are going through an awakening that will see us ascend another notch in our evolution. The energy is building, and everybody on Earth is being effected, in one way or another. I would suggest you focus your energies on the things you are most passionate about, and work to better yourself and the world around you.



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 12:24 AM
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Umm.. These last two posts are what Horrificus was complaining about.

I didn't think that s/he had a case when s/he ranted his/her post. In fact, I'm impressed with the seriousness that this has been dealth with thus far.

But the last two responses to this post are examples of the silly late-night meanderings of un-serious, just-chimin'-in-because-I-can minds that Horrificus apparantly thought were here before now.

Just my humble observation...


Edit to add:

Horrificus,

I think you were wrong to impune the responses to this post, but that you were prescient to suspect where they might go.

DazedDave,

Seek a mental health professional. More often than not, it's all as mundane as nutrients and muscles. Keeping both the mind and body active keeps them in harmony. I don't have a medical degree, but my deaf ear tells me that you've been neglecting one or the other (prolly body).

Cheers.

[edit on 15-2-2007 by Tuning Spork]

[edit on 15-2-2007 by Tuning Spork]



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 12:27 AM
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Originally posted by Tuning Spork
Umm.. These last two posts are what Horrificus was complaining about.

I didn't think that s/he had a case when s/he ranted his/her post. In fact, I'm impressed with the seriousness that this has been dealth with thus far.

But the last two responses to this post are examples of the silly late-night meanderings of un-serious, just-chimin'-in-because-I-can minds that Horrificus apparantly thought were here before now.

Just my humble observation...


your humble observation is crock, J/K.

CHEERS



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 01:04 AM
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Well, crock or not, it's still my observation.

(I'm reserving my alloted time to use the word "humble" )


[edit on 15-2-2007 by Tuning Spork]



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 01:19 AM
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Hey,
I just saw your post and its exactly what im going through (without the visions), i noticed it stared when i got a full time job, stoped exersizing and eating alot of fast foods.
This is strange because i almost feel like im turning into a robot.
I thought it was me smokeing weed but it isnt.
I think its these fast moving society's we are living in, having to compete with everyone around you and to try and live a disent life style.
From now on im going to try eat the right foods and change my way of thinking.
My peak time in life was when i was in TAFE studying.
I think keeping the mind healthy is the best thing we can do now.
If the mods want to ban me then go for it.
What happend to me 2 years ago was that i was going through a mild depression. One night i tred MDMA (xtc) and it really lifted my spirits and it helped me realise that my life wasnt really that bad after all.
Not saying it WILL help you but look into it.

Cyas!



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 02:00 AM
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Originally posted by DazedDave
Over the past 2 years I've noticed a series of strange occurences to how I perceive things. I used to feel normal, but I don't feel normal anymore.

I don't know how to describe how I feel. I would equate it to being tired, but I'm not tired. I feel like I'm in a perpetual daze. I feel disconnected, like I'm floating away from my body. I'm concious, but it's as if my body is doing and thinking one thing but my mind is going "this is strange, this is not right".


Remember what I said!
There is a reality. Your reality is right where you are. You don't need to worry about drugs, super-weapons or having your DNA changed. Those things can be played with another day.

Right now, your reality is what is present around you. What you can see, feel and touch. That is how you start. Now, if you are having problems with your reality, you go get help. You don't screw around.

This is all "Mental Masturbation" in here. Ideas, opinions and fever-dreams.

You NEVER mess around with your "Mental Health". You sound like you need a "Professional".

Now GO!

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[edit on 15-2-2007 by sanctum]



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 06:36 AM
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Don't worry you're not alone... I've also got this tired feeling all the time, but I got used to it. The ringng in the ears... I probably had that my whole life (since I can rememer). I don't mind, unless I think about it and focus on it... then it gets irritating. I sleep well enough, between 8-12 hours. As for depression, I try to think like a buddhist, I try not to attach too much emotions to myself, that's why I don't get depressed anymore (I did get depressed in the past).

I feel perfectly fine... except for the tired feeling, I try not to think about it, but it does affect my excercising sometimes. 1 day, I've got a lot of "power", then sometimes the next week (when I repeat the excercise), I'm weaker than I was before, and get even more tired (almost at the point of passing out, and that point, I can't stop yawning, most likely the loss of oxygen to the brain). Sometimes it doesn't make any sense, but one thing is for certain... I don't suffer from any mental/physical disorders... if it was, then there is something wrong, disorders don't appear randomly, like I stated about when exercising, Sometimes I get extremely tired.

For the ringing ears part... thanks people. I thought I was the only one.



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 07:40 AM
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I can relate to this.

I went to the doctors for YEARS and YEARS before I finally found help. My overwhelming feeling of being disconnected with the world was really affecting my life. All initial testing said I was healthy... But there was obviously something wrong. Family kept telling me I was fine and that it was all in my head, but whether or not it was psychological didn't stop the fact that it affected the physical part of my life. Dizzyness, fear, sweating, heart racing, etc. I would get these strange thoughts or feelings like maybe I was dreaming, or maybe my entire life is some sort of dream.

Turns out Paxil does the trick for me. No side effects... I have other friends who have similar anxiety disorders (or other chemical imbalances of the brain), and Paxil doesn't do it for everyone. It's amazing what chemical imbalance can do to a person.

About a week after starting my Paxil I slowly came back to Earth and started feeling like a normal person again. I was off of it for a little over a year, but the feelings started coming back... Got a prescription again and I'm good to go.

By what I read here, I would definitely describe your problems with a general doctor (not a head doctor). It's worth trying some medication to see if you feel better. A head doctor will keep working you for more money, and if you have anxiety disorder they might even end up making you feel worse than before.

The sooner you get help the better. Best of luck.

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posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 07:53 AM
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why is it that when someone has a view of the world that does not match with everybody elses, people start to recommend drugs and doctors...

some people are not meant to get in line with the rest of the world. they are called individuals, they have their own way of thinking, and its normal that they feel different.

maybe you feel detached because you are... think about that



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 07:54 AM
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By the way, before you start getting tested and diagnosed for diseases and more serious stuff, consider anti-depressants.

On my own, I did the same thing that some people in here mentioned doing... Going online and researching my symptoms. In your state of mind it's easy to convince yourself that you have certain diseases or whatever. Don't decide for yourself...

Start from the ground up. See if you can get some brain candy... If that doesn't solve your problem, then start asking your doctor about the more serious stuff.

PS. If these symptoms do have something to do with phenomenon of some sort... Paxil took care of it for me and I'm happy now. So if you think energy coming from space is disrupting your heart's charka or whatever that guy said, you might want to get on some Paxil anyway!

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posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 07:59 AM
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Originally posted by nightsider
why is it that when someone has a view of the world that does not match with everybody elses, people start to recommend drugs and doctors...

some people are not meant to get in line with the rest of the world. they are called individuals, they have their own way of thinking, and its normal that they feel different.

maybe you feel detached because you are... think about that



I take Paxil and I'm not like everyone else. It allows me to be ME again, and not some paranoid guy who doesn't come out of my house.

I take Paxil and it allows me to be an induvidual and go forward with life and do what I want to do.



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 08:02 AM
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I have had ringing in my ears for a long time but it has gotten worse over the last year. I think it's because I'm getting older (38 now). Or it could mean the mothership is getting closer...


Now I have to wear headphones to bed and listen to wind blowing or rain. I downloaded a shareware version of some software that helps ringing in the ears. I have not bought the full version yet but plan to. I just plug into my laptop and I don't hear the ringing as bad.

If I do focus on it it tends to scare the hell out of me as I start thinking all kinds of wird crap about the functions of my brain and what it is made of. I know it sounds strange. I can hear it now during the day if I focus on it but I am usually busy so I don't notice.

The bummer part is you never really hear silence anymore. Pure nothingness in a quiet place would be nice once in a while but I suppose that will be reserved for the big sleep.


They say about 2 million Americans are affected by this but they have no idea how to cure it. Personally I think we are tuned into a frequency or sound wave most can't hear. Or we could just be defective units and need repair or disposal...



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 08:04 AM
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Originally posted by nightsider
why is it that when someone has a view of the world that does not match with everybody elses, people start to recommend drugs and doctors...

some people are not meant to get in line with the rest of the world. they are called individuals, they have their own way of thinking, and its normal that they feel different.

maybe you feel detached because you are... think about that



its because we live in western society. if you lived in brazil or asia, you could have these feelings and people may help you bring out your spiritual side. i often wondered what it would have been like to to born in these countries.

in the west they do not want you to be a free spirit. they want productivity. breed and work, then you should be ok.



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 08:48 AM
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I've had this for a while too although i only see aura when looking at something like my hand for 20 mins or so. i get a hell of alot of deja vu though, anyone else get this?



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 09:02 AM
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I've just got too say this..

I am totally surprised by the affection and interest shown by all posters towards this gentleman's ailment. Though some post are more radical than other there is general sense of true concern for the guy..
Absolutely fascinating..
You guys are chatting it up like yall have known each other for ages!!


Sometimes even to most irrelevant things seem to amaze one at ATS..

fabulous.. kudos to you all..



P.S: I think its a general depressive phase.. You'll get over it.. Exercise a lot..
It helps wash out all those messed up chem combinations affecting your well being..



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 09:13 AM
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Many of the symptoms I am reading bring me right to one conclusion:

Anxiety or possible clinical depression.

When I suffered from anxiety attacks I felt many of the symptoms described and when it happened to me it actually escalated over time. Somehow I learned to shut it down and have not had it happen in years.

Sleeping more actually makes it worse as well as thinking about it. I know how hard it is not to focus on it.

Another thing it could be is chronic fatigue syndrome. My last thought is a brain tumor for those that have not had it ruled out.




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