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I usually stare blankly at things but today as i was staring i started to see things that weren't there how do I stop this?
When staring at a close object my background vision doubles and when i'm looking alway from the object.The object doubles what can this be?
Can't read, nothing goes in, its like I am staring at the words but I am lost, feels like a zombie or something. I am just staring all the time?
How do I cope with having a visibly different body? (Like Lizzie Velasquez for instance.) What is a gracious way to raise awareness for my condition without responding strangely to people staring?
Uniqueness: One of the many challenges in life is to embrace our uniqueness. It is within the nooks and crannies of our imperfections that love for ourselves and others can truly flourish. To your question, a gracious way to raise awareness for your way of being may be to simply understand and know that not all slim people are unhealthy. To know that you are, however you are, okay. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
More info needed: Simply staring is not enough information to calculate the chance of an assault; if that person is following you, breathing deeply and slowly then an assault is more likely. Best to calmly leave that kind of situation. ...Read more
Night routine: You can improve falling asleep by removing tv and computer from your bedroom. Stop use of these two items at least 30 min before sleep. Decrease your caffeine intake, avoid caffeine in the evening. Alcohol also inhibits sleep. Have a routine such as a warm bath or shower, soft music, light reading before going to bed. Avoid daytime naps. If these techniques do not help, see your doctor. ...Read more
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