Hi, my name is IdahoPineapples. I've been diagnosed with
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Hi, my name is Zeke I've been diagnosed with multiple conditions: CFS, fibro, POTS, IBS, carpal tunnel, lactose intolerance, migraines, chronic precordial catch syndrome, chronic costochondritis, keratosis pilaris, tinnitus (I am also HoH), internal and external tremors, chronic insomnia, multiple anxiety disorders, OCD, ADHD, schizophrenia, CPTSD, UDD, atypical anorexia, agoraphobia, and dysphoria. It’s a lot, I know. Here to find people like me and talk about my experiences.
My name is Samuel. I have been diagnosed with 20 different illnesses and/or diseases over the years. The last one, early stages of Alzheimer’s. I am emotionally drained most days. It feels like my memory is being erased, besides having problems communicating and process thoughts, emotions, and ideas, etc. The other issues worsen the situation as these still need to be managed, but they have a severe impact on my mobility, comfort, and other human basic needs. Anyway, thank you for listening.
No matter how many times I learn something….. I forget, and I have to relearn it all over again. My brain has been programmed to live in fight or flight mode for so long that now I am having to live in each moment. it’s a scary place sometimes. In the last six months I’ve been diagnosed with tinnitus which along with my anxiety and depression makes things more intense. It’s a day at a time. Glad I’m not alone.
I'm sure I'm not the only one who deals with this problem.
With me it's usually brought on or more prevalent with nerve pain.
I have quiet BPD and sometimes without even knowing it the ringing in my ears is driving my emotions and anxiety higher I can't stand it.
I almost always have to have background noise if I don't want to hear the noise, it's a good thing I love to play music or it would be intolerable.
I'm reaching out to see what positive methods anyone else uses to ease the affects of this affliction.