Depersonalization (DP) and derealization (DR) are considered to be dissociative symptoms, which can occur on their own, or alongside other disorders. It is often a result of past trauma, but can also come about after experiencing prolonged stress and anxiety.
Essentially, depersonalization is feeling divorced from your sense of self ? that feeling that you’re watching yourself do things, or that you’re not in your body. Derealization is a state in which the things ? or even people ? around you do not feel real.
However, it’s important to note that DP/DR can happen even when you do not feel particularly stressed or upset. Sometimes, when it comes on unexpectedly like this, it can feel even more disturbing.
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