Most anyone can think of at least one time when they experienced an unusual feeling of emotional detachment or perhaps being outside of one’s body, or just feeling a little disconnected from the present happenings around one. If one are aware of this happening on a regular and persisting basis, and is disturbed by it, it may be time for a dedicated search for relief of these disturbing depersonalization symptoms.

Depersonalization can make one feel as if they are out of touch with reality.

Statistics show that those who are short on sleep, maintain less than a nutritive rich diet, suffer from stress, and/or have taken drugs or alcohol, are all candidates for some degree of depersonalization disorder. It has been documented that this disorder does respond well to certain depersonalization treatment, such as relaxation, nutritive correction, fostering emotionally healthy relationships with others, and other forms of drug free therapy. The condition called Depersonalization disorder can produce higher than normal stress levels, leading to anxiety which can become debilitating. In the case where a person seeks relief through drugs alone, as in prescription drugs which only mask the symptoms temporarily, success is not likely to be achieved through this treatment path alone.

Personalized treatment that is non-invasive and drug-free may be the best option.

If one suffers from a level of what feels like dissociation from emotions, life, environment and so on, it is possible that Alternative to Meds Center can be of assistance in helping to recover one’s health in a non harmful and safe effective way. Call the number on this page to find out more about what Alternative to Meds Center has to offer in the way of treatments to relieve the disturbing symptoms of depersonalization disorder.

Call 1 (800) 301-3753 to find out more about what Alternative to Meds Center has to offer.


This content has been reviewed, and approved by a licensed physician.

Dr. John Motl, M.D.

Dr Motl is currently certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Psychiatry, and Board eligible in Neurology and licensed in the state of Arizona.  He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree with a major in biology and minors in chemistry and philosophy. He graduated Creighton University School of Medicine with a Doctor of Medicine.  Dr. Motl has studied Medical Acupuncture at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine and at U.C.L.A.

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