Not an urgent post, only something that's been plaguing my mind for quite a while. Recently with my symptoms getting worse after removing things from my diet and undergoing brief methylation symptoms, I need to tell you guys about a strange thing that happened to me. During 2013, when my fatigue was no where near as bad (I was masturbating often and stressed, but not completely disabled mentally and emotionally, I cut it out now), I decided to try eating less for a little while to lose weight. For a day or two I felt better, but then I started to get really stressed for no reason and super anxious. Like, just afraid for no real reason at all. At the time, I was weaning off Prozac (took a 15mg dose for two years, I gradually increased it to 20mg before weaning off) and had a bad reaction to Sudafed at one point that caused very similar symptoms...at least it may have been sudafed. I am not really 100% sure to be quite honest. But anyway, the interesting part. The symptoms are pretty much identical to how I feel right now, only without the super strong anxiety (though I am on edge, partially because I am really trying to get this shit sorted out once and for all before it really damages me). I remember losing interest in things that once mattered to me and I had anhedonia. I was terrified... Then, my mother suggested that I should eat normally again and offered me a packet of crisps. I also had a strong lack of appetite, so eating was a huge chore for me. And then, the next day or the day after (when I went back to school) I woke up feeling really damn good. The impairment and mental problems went down a shit ton. I felt more like my normal self for once. This faded after a few days. But what the hell could have caused this? Was it a mineral imbalance? Was it returning to school? Was it Prozac withdrawal? I am not really 100% sure. I felt similar earlier on when doing a candida diet (I got super anxious, and this was only in October this year) but that faded after a few days. It may be quite important that I know what could have caused this little episode.