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I already posted in OCD about this but this is escalating into delusions and possibly psychosis too. I believe there are demons inside me and have been eating salt to protect myself, to make them die. I am not sure if they are infinite or die, though. I am very scared of these demons inside me. They rule me. They make me think and do bad things... sometimes voices tell me what to do, as well. I won't go into excessive details but they tell me to hurt myself. I'm trying not to let them out. I am losing myself, and slowly leaking out of reality. I don't know what to do anymore.
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Im so sorry. How much salt? Too much salt can be deadly for humans. It could also make the psychosis worse because of how our nervous systems function. Sodium has a critical role in the firing of brain cells and the release of neurotransmitters.
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Not too much salt, a handful or so. Thank you for your reply.
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Seek out a psychiatrist
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Hi Sadveiledbride. Can you talk to your Therapist or psychiatrist? They can help you. They can also help you determine what is real and what is psychosis. I know it's scary but you gotta trust someone and get someone to listen to you irl that can help you. HUGS Kit
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yes I believe I can, thank you.
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Please do that SVB. Seek help. Soon.
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