I have been treated for depression and psychosis on and off for 13 years and none of the treatment seems to work for me. It is my belief that i have become withdrawn anxious and depressed not because of my mental state but because of my vision problems. I have been to countless opthamologists and optometrists and they all conclude that my vision is generally fine. Because of the fact that i concentrate on my distorted vision it makes it difficult for me to watch tv shows and fully comprehend what is going on. I have trouble talking to people and concentrating what they are saying for the same reasons. I cannot look at myself in the mirror and see my face in distinct clarification. I might add that i have been tested for diabetes and am ok. It is for these reasons that i have lost confidence, i feel that i dont even know who i am anymore. Other symptoms that i have include extreme anxiety,forgetfulness, avoiding public places and events . anger, hopelessness. Iam 30 years old and these changes occurred around the age of 18. I did abuse alcohol from the age 0f 17 to 23 which mainly included severe binge drinking on weekends sometimes for 2 days. I still drink now but i might only drink once a month and in moderate levels. If you any thoughts what so ever on my problem i would greatly appreciate it as i am desperate and i have my first baby on the way and i want to be the best parent i can be.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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