Lately I have been coming to terms that my nervous system is not normal and I would benefit from any form of help offered so I am reaching out here. Last week, Sunday evening, I grew very depressed, my entire body aching, and knew I would be unable to attend school the next day. I was in church not feeling the best and was very unhappy for whatever reason when church is always what makes me happy instead of sad. So when morning came I did not even get out of bed, claiming too sick. About an hour passed and the school bus had already left without me, I was greeted with the screaming of ambulances and whirling of helicopters apparently close by. Later I found out that there was a terrible accident on the highway where a lady from my church was hit, rendering her in critical condition. She will get better eventually, but no time soon unfortunately.
Now I don't normally like to make those kinds of connections, but they have been happening long enough that I can't blow it off as nothing anymore. Usually when I feel sick it is headaches and nerve pain that almost feels like fibromyalgia except it only happens these certain times. I have gotten sick and in pain before a teacher had appendicitis that sent her into the hospital for two weeks, the pain seemed to persist and worsened while she was in the hospital. Another time a few classes before the end of the day I couldn't pick up a pencil because the nerves in my hands disobeyed me and I had headaches that led me to believe I would pass out before the end of the final class. During that last class there was a fight in school where a boy was pushed into a car window and was also taken to the hospital. He turned out okay, but I could feel it in my body that something was wrong and was going to happen. Similar instances have occurred, but I think you can get the pattern.
I don't know if I can say that because I knew something bad happened, I got sick as a warning, but I do know that each time I have gotten sick something bad happened that was out of the ordinary the following day or immediately after. The only questionable time was around hurricane Sandy, since this one bothered me about a week beforehand instead of a few days, and so it was easier to claim coincidental. I am beginning to get concerned because it is disrupting my daily routine with out of the blue pain. I am wondering if there is a way that this can be controlled somehow or tamed down. The woman is supposed to be in the hospital a long time and I don't like the constant nerve issues and would appreciate any advice on how to ease the pain or even get a greater understanding for why this is occurring.