Firstly, I'd like to thank everyone for their kind and thoughtful replies to my previous post. Everyone on this community is so kind and helpful, the support is fantastic and there's a real morale boosting spirit here, which has boosted my mood. Thank you
Since my head injury last year, and my subsequent drug induced movement disorder (tardive dyskinesia), I have been feeling cognitive, emotional and Parkinsonian / dyskinetic effects from it all, including blank mind/fewer thoughts, inability to plan and think, sluggish thinking, reduced imagination and inner world (no 'mind's eye' aka aphantasia), difficulty initiating movement and inhibited feeling when carrying out physical tasks ('Parkinsonian' effects), alongside involuntary orofacial / buccalingual movements and choreatic / athetotic movements too.
I'm serious when I say that the head injury and post concussion syndrome set off a cascade of these cognitive effects, and once my brain fog had dissipated, the brain damage (it seemed to me) was exacerbated by the neuroleptic. I genuinely feel like I've had some kind of frontal lobe chemical lobotomy and that my mind is in a constant state of 'blankness', devoid of any emotional feeling. I feel very flat most of the time and don't seem to react or feel anything towards any situation etc. It's like the emotional dampening of the drugs have damaged my brain in such a way that I am left 'empty' and unable to feel anything at all.
Has anyone else every had this? Will it ever go away? Can the brain recover from such damage, from both a head injury and drugs?