I haven’t had a good week after my horrible experience last Tuesday. The first three days or so, I was in a continual state of panic/anxiety. I am cycling in and out of anxiety still.
What happened, was that a millisecond before a strike very close to me over the road here, I heard a buzzing sound (and feeling) shoot up my leg (s?) into my brain which triggered a momentary absence of consciousness as I was on my computer. (Better description here)
I have ascertained that my first suspicion that I somehow got into an electrical pulse of some kind connected to the lightning strike might be correct. It switched off my brain very momentarily. I was left with a series of hot flushes and intense fear.
So they use electric shock therapy for depression – I should maybe be feeling great. Admittedly, you have to have 10 or more sessions for electric shock therapy. But I’m not feeling good – just – well – shocked.
People often feel “better” after an epileptic interlude. But I WAS feeling really really great before – but now I’m not.