Cannabidiol: cannabis oil without the psychoactive THC. A lot has been said about the potential health benefits of it – and a lot has been said about the potential negatives too. It’s quite controversial. Here in the UK it’s completely legal, but the legality is different all over the world, so make sure you check before you try to get some if you decide you’d like to try it.
This isn’t a sales pitch whatsoever – I’m not a medical professional, so this is just a personal choice of mine to try it. Read up on it beforehand if you do!
Speaking of which, you can find out more about it here:
Effect on anxiety:
Treating DPD (remember: this is written by somebody selling CBD, so you may wish to consider potential counter-opinions):
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There is now a charity for Depersonalisation. Based in the UK but operating globally, Unreal aims to support people with lived experience of the condition, offer peer support events, lobby the UK government, raise awareness of the condition within both society & medical circles, etc. I’m a board member, along with notable figures within the world of DP such as Jane Charlton & Dr Elaine Hunter, and with Professor Anthony David & singer-songwriter Dodie as our ambassadors. Please find out more about the charity & what we offer here: www.unrealuk.org
**Disclaimer** I am not a trained professional in any way. This channel is comprised largely of my own personal opinions & experiences as a DPD sufferer. I do lots of research about DPD and have spoken to many professionals – I endeavour to include their knowledge within my videos, but it’s inevitable that at some point I may get medical facts slightly wrong. Please don’t use the content of this channel for your own self-diagnosis…use it to learn about Depersonalisation, engage in discussion with others and – if appropriate – assist you in gathering information to then discuss with your doctor or mental health professional.