It’s possible that your exposure to carbon monoxide is contributing to your symptoms. Case studies have shown that exposure to carbon monoxide, without loss of consciousness, can affect new learning ability, sleep, and memory. It can also cause headaches, dizziness, depression, anxiety, and problems with psychomotor function and balance. If you haven’t consulted a physician about possible side effects, you should. You might choose a neurologist who specializes in treating individuals exposed to carbon monoxide.
In addition to a physician, it would be helpful to consult a mental health professional. Mental health treatment shouldn’t be a last resort option. When you are in distress, you should enter treatment. It could provide a great deal of relief and eliminate your symptoms. I hope you will consider it. It’s the solution to this problem. Please take care.
Dr. Kristina Randle