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Depersonalisation Disorder

Depersonalisation Disorder is more common than we think.

People experiencing depersonalisation disorder may feel 'like a robot, different from everybody else, separate from themselves, as if their body is not theirs, half asleep or as if their head is full of cotton wool'.

They may experience a sense of detachment from those and the world around them; as if the world is 2-dimensional, painted, flat or unnatural. Those experiencing depersonalisation disorder may also feel strange body sensations, or sense they have lost the ability to feel emotions. They may feel low or anxious and may have experienced episodes of anxiety in the past.

Psychological therapy can help overcome feelings of depersonalisation, related anxiety and low mood.

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