It sounds like de-realization. When I was a young teenager, I had horrible de-realization problems combined with panic attacks and anxiety. The doctor at the time gave me Zoloft, and it didn't help a darn bit. I thought I was dying. It took me five years to find the right medication (Lorazepam). The only reason it took so long is because I became pretty reclusive. When I had a nervous breakdown that left me in bed for a few months (in 2006), my girlfriend forced me to go to the doctor's and get some help or she'd go on vacation without me. So I went, got my meds, mostly better.
Medications won't cure it all though. Physical health is important, concentrating on different things. I remember when I'd have horrible de-realization, and I'd think I'm in a dream, or that people "don't exhist", or that the whole solar system is just a dust particle on some kind of other object, I'd lay down in my bed and read a book... and it'd calm me down a bit. Also listening to spiritual music helps.
I know the whole feeling of de-realization and panic attacks and severe anxiety. When I stayed in bed for a few months, I pissed in cups because I was too scared to leave my room. It was a horrible time. I missed out a lot.
Post Edited (AKindOfMagic) : 7/22/2010 10:14:24 PM (GMT-6)