I've finally found some information online that seems to accurately describe my MOST frustrating symptom which has never given me one day of peace within the past 10 months. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depersonalization I've been using the term "brain-fog" to encapsulate what is described on that website in addition to the vertigo, dizziness, confusion, and spacial awareness problems I constantly suffer from. "Often the person who has experienced depersonalization claims that life 'feels like a movie, things seem unreal, or hazy.'" "The feeling is said to be like being a ghost. No matter how hard the person tries, he/she cannot feel like they are genuinely interacting with the world. Simply put, depersonalization is an alteration in the perception or experience of oneself, so that the self is felt to be unreal; the person feels detached from reality and/or their own body or mental processes." "Depersonalization can be a cognitive symptom of such diseases as ALS, Alzheimer's, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Neuroborreliosis (Lyme Disease) or any other neurological disease affecting the brain." How does this compare to you? Is the "brain fog" the same for you guys as it is for me? Have any of you ever NOT suffered from depersonalization at all? And most importantly.... WHAT HAS HELPED!!!???? After 10 months of this feeling I'm pissed to all hell! lol thanks guys.