D3monicRat

247d

I'm absolutely terrified right now I think I'm hallucinating and my anxiety has been so so high since around 7pm and it's 1:30 am now I feel paranoid like I'm being watched so I'm under the covers but it's too hot to put my face under my weighted blanket so I'm just trying to focus on my phone. How do I get rid of the being watched feeling

Melatonin

Anxiety (Including GAD)

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  • pretty.in.lavender

    247d

    Okay, I personally always talk back to it and laugh it off. I know it doesn’t sound easy, and it isn’t, but just try your best. If you cannot seem to do it, then maybe try falling asleep. If it’s 1:30, then you might be kind of tired. I would give it a shot. You might also want to try taking some melatonin before going to bed. It’s a natural over-the-counter med to help you sleep.

    • D3monicRat

      246d

      I finally got some sleep I've been sleeping most of the day though. I had taken some melatonin but I'm not sure how much it had helped. Normally scary things don't actually scare me but it was more than just seeing things I thought someone was actually watching me so it was really hard to shake that feeling especially when I kept feeling something touch me. Like something was moving up my leg.

    • Qokko

      246d

      that's funny cuz I do the same thing too. If I'm scared and alone and feel like I'm being watched or I'm paranoid I just talk back to the silence and it weirdly calms me down

  • JoshAG

    246d

    I hope you’re feeling better now!

    • D3monicRat

      246d

      I am thank you :)

  • Suze

    246d

    Get some sage that you can burn and sage your whole home. A lot of people with high anxiety are natural empaths and can attract spirits. When you burn the sage open a window and tell them to leave if it bothers you. If not then do nothing.

    • D3monicRat

      246d

      I can't with where I'm at but I plan on doing some sort of protection when I move out. Thank you.

  • SpookT

    246d

    hi! i saw a post a while back on here that some people have bad reactions to melatonin and have really intense dreams, maybe the melatonin is causing this? or dissociation? just close your eyes and try to sleep if possible!

    • D3monicRat

      245d

      oh man I really hope it's not the melatonin I can't sleep without it. I'll be laying there for hours tossing and turning. Thank you for letting me know though.

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