Dissociation is a defensive reaction to trauma or stress where your sense of identity, memory, or consciousness is altered. The most common forms of dissociation are:

  • Depersonalization: a sense of detachment or disconnection from yourself
  • Derealization: a sense of disconnection from your surroundings or reality

Although these symptoms may indicate a dissociative disorder, they can also be influencedTrusted Source by anxiety or stress as part of your fight, flight, or freeze response.

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