you may want to look into your symptoms being side-effects from any medications you've used (even sparingly). if you end up finding the symptoms were from the medications please be aware that the symptoms take time to heal- reason is, that side effects cause changes in you that are like injuries, and injuries usually take plenty of time heal...plenty of time, sometimes months and in a few cases a few years. so, dont set a deadline of a week or so because chances are the deadline will come & go and you'll still have the symptoms- patience is needed in this case.
case in point: i had suffered severe lower back pain for months and finally decided it was my worn out bed that caused it. when i got a new bad, i mistakenly thought something's wrong when after 2 weeks my back felt pretty much the same. it turned out that it took my back 2 months to heal- 2 months and finally no more pain. this is just one example where i've seen this occurr & i finally figured out that when the body or brain suffers something it usually takes awhile to heal from it. its not an instant cure, not even an overnight cure..it takes plenty of time for the body to repair itself.
i've learned my lesson on this and thought i'd share it with anyone who's in a similar position in hope that this will help.
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