Am i going insane?

First of all: I know that you can't "diagnose" me. This is just to get more motivation to see a doctor. I'm currently having none at all, I feel like not leaving my room, it really could help me to accept the seriousness (or none seriousness) of my situation.

I'll make it as short as possible:
For the last months I've become hell of tired cause as a lack of sleep for the last two weeks like only I got 2h, dizzy af, things are moving on their own, someone keeps knocking on my doors, it became even worse since last week. Now I feel starred at like to midnight, I've headaches most of the time, light and noise literally feels like murder. I can't go to school nor to work, everyone just stares and whispers and laughs, I hear them thinking what an idiot I am for skipping. Those I have told don't believe me so I'm keeping inside my safeplace, rotating at my bed which is bloodfull and stinks like a dead body has lied here for hours.

I'm sorry for messing up it all. I just can't do right know any better.

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  • i'm not a doctor and you should seek help. here is my advice on things you should do in the meantime.

    1) IF you are, don't take any more hardcore drugs or any drugs for that matter . (cough cough especially meth)

    2) Drink lots of water

    3) Take the recommended dose of melatonin, its natural and healthy and will help you get sleep

    4) focus on getting sleep, but once you are somewhat well rested eat some healthy light foods and go out for a walk and get some fresh air

    5) don't over sleep, set your aims at 8-10 hours a day


    hope this helps, again Im not a doctor nor can i know exactly what you need, you should seek help before anything.

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  • Yep, you sound dilusional. That little of sleep can easily make poeple dilusional. You really need to get this figured out mate. I recommend a doctor to fix your sleep situation and or a therapist.

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  • When i started to go full blown psychotic bipolar i experienced a lot of this. The frequent headaches, the knocking, the paranoia. Sounds really awful. I would recommend getting an MRI scan and ask a neurologist about seeking therapy. If you are able to. As i know not everybody can get treatment.

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  • to be insane, you need to have a disease of the mind, meaning you need to be in the area that your actions and course of conduct is not wrong despite clearly being wrong to the reasonable person

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  • You should take a break. Lack of sleep can do horrible things to your mind.
    Make yourself a schedule for food/exercise/relaxation/sleep and stick to it. If nothing changes and this continues to bother you, you should probably talk to somebody.

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  • ummmmm....yeah....do like Bill Murray and take baby steps out the door, to the bus and to a doctor...

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  • Sounds like you smoked something you shouldn't have. Also sounds like you have anxiety. You need to get exercise, Drink lots of water, try eat breakfast and somehow gets some sleep. Do it without pills!

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  • Yes it does sound like psychosis. Contact a psychiatrist for antipsychotics and benzos.

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  • Maybe try eating sugar. Perhaps yout glucose is low

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    • Are you joking? Low sugar causing this shit? That is an erroneous statment.

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      • Ok i re-read it. I stopped at low motivation becauwe it was long. Sounds like schizophrenia

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      • Absolutely. You're supposed to be a fitness trainer you should know that. Carbohydrate withdrawal is a serious thing. You should look it up.

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        • Carb withdrawl is possible, but not overly common. Lots of poeple are on keto diets and are fine but it is still a possibility. But even if it ws the case, I could not exclusivky be responsible for the extent of issues that OP describes. Also eating more healthier carbs that contain less sugar might be a healthier bet anyway.

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          • Yeah when I stopped eating carbs for 1 week i was sick af. It gets better tho and then you feel great

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            • Yep, it takes time to adapt to almost anything, and that includes a diet. I have such a high activity level that if I reduce carbs I feel like shit. Nonetheless, low carb diets can make the weight fly off some people. Does keto have you feeling good now? Or do you even still follow it?

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