Loss of inner monologue

For the past few days I feel as if my inner monologue has been getting quieter?

I don't know what's going on, or if 'it's all in my head' but I know that it wasn't like this before, my inner monologue was more noticeable before and now it seems as though it's just in the background kind of like I can't really 'hear' it.

I have been searching up online, and have found similar posts, people with ADHD, Dyslexia, Silent Stroke, Schizophrenia, Drugs (I smoked weed two months ago) and have developed an anxiety disorder since then which has then developed into depression, but I'm getting scared that I have ruined my life, please help

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  • I was diagnosed after the panic attack I suffered with GAD and Derealization! Nothing seemed real to me (which is going away now) but it was REALLY bad a month ago. I mean I would be in tears because I didn't even think my daughter was real. It would send me into depression and I questioned my own existence and just everything. Then I would keep feeling like something bad was gonna happen to me or someone I love. Insomnia, loss of appetite, couldn't be around too many people at once anymore, just so many symptoms!!! I felt like I needed to be locked away somewhere like I was going crazy!

  • I too was diagnosed with GAD, are you still suffering from it, how are you dealing with it? I feel like my personality has changed, I don't feel like the same person, something just feels off, like I'm brain dead, and now this problem, I don't know what to do.

  • I felt that same way, but I'm starting to feel like my regular self again. It's like a gradual recovery. I started taking Magnesium and that's actually what helped me get back on track

  • Do you have constant thoughts or did have, any tips for that?

  • Yes constant thoughts!!!!

  • I know that I felt almost Immediate results when I started taking Magnesium and that was almost 2 weeks ago. Literally with my 2nd capsule, my racing thoughts stopped

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