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I feel like i lost sense

Hi i m sufring from marijuana withdrawal I smoked only 3 month very less amount And i got panic attack so then i stopped smoking Its 5 month and i m done with brain MRI and clinical note showed anxiety. I feel like i lost my sense i feel like blind i meant i can see everything but everything seems weird I cant focus concentrate .its very difficult i gt restless then. No pleasure to my brain. I m not eating food properly cz of this. Anybody can help me out or i m permanent damage so i cn kill my self rather
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Dr. Lakshmi T Rajan Chennai | Counselling Psychologist
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Hi friend,
Before the symptoms aggravates, please visit a psychotherapist or a counselor and get help. It is easy to come out of it and lead a normal and happy life.
Best wishes.
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Ms. Hema Sampath Bangalore | Clinical Psychologist
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Hi ,  I  can understand what u r actually undergoing.  Please visit a Counsellor and start sharing your feelings to them I am sure slowly u will come out of this completely.
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hi, these are all withdrawl symptoms. try and keep yourself busy, keep drinking water sip by sip. visit a psychologist in your area and seek therapy. if symptoms persist, go to a rehab. it'll all be fine, don't worry!! all the best!!
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Dr. D. S. Poonia Jaipur | Psychiatrist
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Hi, smoking cannabis may precipitate many psychiatric disorder like panic attacks, depression or Psychotic one. It can also lead amotivation syndrome.  In such a situation please visit a psychiatrist and get evaluated.  On evaluation if it clear that all are due to use of cannabis or independent one. It's management have two ways.  In one we just take care of your cannabis dependence and wait for some time to resolve other symptoms.  But if on evaluation other symptoms are more frequent and severe and causing significant dysfunction in your life then we start treatment of them simultaneously. So I will advise you to visit a psychiatrist for further evaluation and management. Best of luck.
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