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Nick Medford nick at hermit0.demon.co.uk
Sat Feb 24 07:33:58 EST 2001


In article <3a9744dc at duster.adelaide.on.net>, et_al at my-deja.com writes
>On 21 Feb 2001 04:50:50 -0000, matt_tomblin at hotmail.com ("Matt
>Tomblin") wrote:
>
>>About 5 years ago now I started getting rather bizzare spaced out feelings, 
>>everything I looked at seemed almost 2D  
>
>Sounds like derealisation, which basically means a feeling of
>unreality in which the external environment is experienced as being
>strange and unreal.  It is on of the effects commonly produced by
>hallucinogenic drugs, and is also common in depression and the
>anxiety disorders.

Certainly does sound like depersonalisation-derealisation. This can occur as
a primary problem or in a variety of other contexts, some of which are
mentioned above.

Find out more at

www.iop.kcl.ac.uk/IoP/Departments/PsychMed/CNeuPsy/DPU/index.stm

Hope you find something useful there
-- 
Nick Medford






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