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What a Drop Attack can feel like!

Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) is a difficult condition to try to explain and understand. This makes understanding the symptoms of FND even more difficult to explain. One such symptom, and one that I experience myself, is Drop Attacks.
A Drop Attack is basically what it sounds like – you drop to the floor without any warning or obvious reason! It’s not like fainting where you feel unwell then briefly lose consciousness & fall to the floor. In a Drop Attack you simply just drop to the floor for no obvious reason & while still completely conscious & awareness of what is happening. For me, it’s almost like a puppet on strings suddenly having all their supporting strings cut all at once & the puppet collapsing in a heap on the floor. As you can imagine, this is a terrifying symptom that can often cause some painful injuries to the person experiencing them. No matter how many times you experience a Drop Attack it’s not something that you ever get used to, if anything it makes you more concerned about the next one.
@fndhope @sassyfndlife #FunctionalNeurologicalDisorder #ChronicIllness #ChronicPain #dropattacks

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They saved my life

To some people these are just animals. To me they are my babies, the one love tha never judges just accepts you & the amount of times I owe them my life. When attempts have happened they have helped to make me realise things

The Merle pup I’m proud of has just been accepted into an assistance dog program so I very excited it will cha be my life give me more confidence and ability to go out

I’m so proud of my dogs , every day I try now to make myself worthy of being part of their lives
#Dogs #mybabies #theysavedmylife #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Depression #SuicideAttemptSurvivors #Selfharm #Love #myalways #Fibromyalgia #RaynaudsPhenomenon #dropattacks #badmobility #Diabetes #BorderlinePersonalityDisorder #Psychosis #SelfharmRecovery #Selfcare #happy #mypack #smile

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