This doesn't happen during an attack.It happens randomly.It's depersonalization or derealization where it feels kind of like my arms and legs aren't there but I can feel them if I touch them or like my head is floating,sort of.My body has been under an insane amount of stress and I know that's one of the body and mind's way of protecting itself.But what else causes it and how do you keep it from happening?I've had anxiety/panic for 10 years and never have I experienced something so scary and odd.It started happening 2 months ago.
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