Hello everyone. I don't know where else to turn, or where to start.
About three weeks ago, I was sitting around listening to music when all of a sudden I felt like something went wrong. It's hard for me to explain but I feel like my vision is off, like I'm in a dream. Like I'm not alert or focused. It's hard for me to watch TV or Movies and I'm having a hard time gauging how loud certain sounds are. Basically, I'm dazed and confused. Sleeping, eating healthy, drinking lots of water, etc. doesn't seem to make it go away.
Since I'm on Lexapro, I started out by seeing a psychiatrist. He told me he had no idea what my problem was, and that it shouldn't be linked to my medication. The only thing he could suggest was that I was oversleeping, but I changed my sleeping habits and nothing has changed.
Then I went to General Physician, who found nothing and suggested I go to an ENT and a Neurologist. The ENT told me that he found nothing, and the Neurologist had me take a c-scan that came out perfectly normal. The last place to go is a Ophthalmologist. I had blood tests taken for lyme, diabetes and all sorts of other things, which all came out normal. The ENT had me go to an audiologist to check my hearing, but ears came out grade A.
It's a good thing that I'm on break, because I'm positive I wouldn't be able to concentrate in class like this.
The day before this happened, I was screwing around and downed 3/4 a pint of Jack Daniels, but everyone tells me that wouldn't make me feel like this for so long.
For a week, I went to Seattle for vacation, and started to feel better, as we were about to leave for our plane, the feeling returned and I've felt like this ever since again. I thought it was gone for good.
I take Lexapro for anxiety. The way I have been feeling though has seemed to have made me depressed, but wouldn't you be? To be honest, I'd rather be dead than feel like this forever.
I really don't know where else to post this, I would appreciate any help. Thanks.