posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 07:20 PM
First I want to say that I'm a perfectly healthy 19 yo guy, I work out, do cardio, and try to eat healthy.
Ever since I was in the 6th or 7th grade I have had blackouts that could never really be explained, I've been to the numerous doctors who just can't
explain it, they all said I was perfectly healthy and their was nothign wrong with me, and hereing that scares the hell out of me. the most they said
is that it could be that I drink to much caffeine and I know that isn't it.
I usually have these 'blackouts' (as I call them) almost everyday, they happen only when I'm up and walking around. I'm going to explain exactly
what happens when I have these.
Alright so the first thing to go is my vision, it starts fading to blackness in my perephials (sp) first, like im looking straight and blackness
starts fading in from the outside of my vision and then slowly starts engulfing everything else. Then its like time itself is slowing down, I can
still hear everything but it's like im hearing it in slow motion, and then my toungue, fingertips and toes start to go numb, and then I feel like im
falling in slow motion, and that's what sticks out most about these, everytime these happen everything slows down and then I feel nothing but warmth
all over my body. Usually right when I start to fall I come back to, my vision comes back and the numbness goes away, but my tongue always takes a
minute to have feeling back in it.
What is so weird about this is that ever since I can remember I've had dreams of falling in slow motion but I never knew why I was falling. What
scares me the most is at the beginning of these I think i can literally feel my heart stop beating, and at the end it starts back up, this happens
almost everyday and it's been increasing and no one can tell me what is wrong.
So I did a little research on Near death experiences and it sounds like im on the verge of dieing and then coming back, one thing that really sticks
out is most people who have an NDE say your ability to hear is the last thing to go, and that is how it is everytime I have one of these. It doesn't
scare me as much as it used to, but I am scared that one day i'm just going to collapse and die from one of these.
Has anyone else ever heard or experienced anything like this, this has been going on for about 6 or 7 years, but hasn't really picked up untill about
2 years ago.