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I constantly feel like I'm being watched.

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Well, I suppose for starters I'm a 19 year old male, caucasian, living in the United States. In the past I've delt with both anxiety and depression, and may have had problems with bi-polar disorder, but was never diagnosed. I went off my medication for depression because I found a best friend, and didn't feel suicidal anymore. I still feel alright, not necessarily happy, but not depressed anymore, and the anxiety is nearly non-existent. However, as of I'd say about 6 months to a year now I've been having other problems. I don't know how to best explain it, but I will try. I constantly feel like I'm being watched. I feel extremely paranoid. I also heard a voice I'm sure wasn't real about 3 months ago, and as of recently (as in the past 3-4 weeks) I've been seeing things out of the corner of my eye. Tonight, I saw a full manifestation of a figure I believe to be a work of fiction. My house may very well be haunted, I've seen one entity before, but nothing like this.


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replied May 30th, 2011
PTSD Answer A23548
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

You seem to be suffering from anxiety and hallucinations.You need a proper counselling session for it.
Talk to someone who is close and understands you well.
Try positive thinking and have control over your mind.
Avoid smoking,alcohol and drugs.
Have adequate sleep.
Manage stress levels.
Consider visiting a Physician for examination and if required medications accordingly.

Take Care!


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