Treating Depersonalisation Disorder - Deepstash

Treating Depersonalisation Disorder

To treat depersonalisation, one can focus on the sights and sounds around them, grounding themselves to reality, like watching TV or reading a book. One can be aware of their breathing and even start to learn something new, channelling the increased awareness.

Regular exercise helps a lot and one has to avoid caffeine, cannabis, and other stimulants. There is no need to panic!


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