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Can hyper-extending and loading it down with heavy steel parts cause scapholunate dissociation in my left wrist?
Not bad or good: Dissociation happens as an unconscious defense mechanism in order to protect the psyche from unbearable pain. It is not bad or good, necessarily. But when large portions of reality are split off or disconnected, it makes it harder to make reliable decisions in the day-to-day world. While dissociated, you can expose yourself to danger, even though your unconscious mind thinks it's protecting you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anger management.: , find the triggers, get a neuro and full psychiatric evaluation, find out if driven by an alter personality. Learn anger management techniques and if an alter is present you will need a did specialist to help you. Often this is caused by drugs or alcohol. Sometimes there can be an underlying seizure problem without grand mal seizures, anticonvulsants if neurological or psychiatric can big help. ...Read more
Is it normal to experience dissociation of your environment and the people around you many times a day?
No: No, it's not normal to dissociate many times a day -- but many different conditions can cause symptoms that seem like dissociation. Medications, other substances, anxiety, ptsd, seizures, etc. Your information indicates "astrocytic brain tumors" with past brain surgery, and being on zoloft. Please tell your doctors what you're experiencing. ...Read more
Dissociation?: I am not completely sure what you mean by a "perverse sex fantasy" (eg., bizarre sex, homosexual sex, bondage?) we all have some fantasies that we're not completely comfortable with. It would be dissociation if you're with a partner and become completely unaware of him/her due to your fantasy, or when, if alone, you behave in a way that is totally incompatible with your normal personality. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dissociative d/o: The diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (dsmiv) includes 4 types of dissociative disorders: dissociative amnesia (memory loss > normal forgetfulness and not due to a medical condition), dissociative identity disorder (formerly multiple personality), dissociative fugue (abruptly travel away, forgetting who you are) and depersonalization disorder (sense of being outside yourself). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There can be a link: Brain fatigue, and loss of sleep quality and quantity, can lead to rem [dream] sleep deprivation, and "breakthrough" psychotic type experiences such as experiencing dreamy or nightmare states in mixed consciousness states. Even auditory and other hallucinations. And, yes, dissociation of consciousness can occur more freq in such fatigue. Other causes or factors should also be examined, too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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