It is difficult to know what may be wrong. You may be experiencing dissociation, derealization and possibly delusions. They are signs that something is wrong. Though it could never be proven, it is a realistic possibility that your drug use caused your symptoms. Seeing a mental health professional is strongly advised.
After meeting with a mental health professional, he or she might have more insight into what may be wrong. Psychotropic medication might help to decrease the intensity of your symptoms. You may be referred to a psychiatrist for a medication evaluation.
While discussing this matter with the psychologist, you should explore the reasons why you are using drugs. People use drugs for a variety of reasons, including boredom, peer pressure or the most common, symptom relief. Drug use is always indicative of psychological ill health.
Illegal drug use also is dangerous. Marijuana is categorized by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) as a hallucinogenic drug. A danger of drug use is that one can never be sure what they are using. There is no quality control or government testing. Your batch of marijuana could easily have been laced with any number of other drugs or poisons.
Your story is unfortunately common. I have received many letters from individuals who have smoked “something” and now are experiencing troublesome psychological symptoms.
I hope you are able to get the help that you desire. Making an appointment at the campus counseling center is a great place to start. Please take care.