Has anyone experience just feeling things more? The sense of touch.
For example I had my hand on the edge of a table and I just felt it much more where I noticed it. It didn't "hurt" but felt uncomfortable.
Or the elastic band on my boxers I really feel it where I just notice it all the time, where it should be something that the brain forgets about
because it's not "uncomfortable" but my brain can't stop noticing it because if feels uncomfortable (but it really isn't).
Or there's a chair I sit in most of the time I don't feel it under my legs but then sometimes I can't stop feeling it like it's uncomfortable.
I know this sounds weird but most things we feel the brain doesn't pay attention too or it would be sensory overload. But with this you feel things as if they are uncomfortable.
I hope this makes sense to someone.
Another example is the side of my foot. Even on the soft padding of a mattress there can be the feeling of discomfort and I have to kick my entire foot off the side of the bed.
I know super weird but what isn't with lyme.
Post Edited (dacarte3) : 9/28/2017 5:47:49 PM (GMT-6)