Skymarker... you give very limited information, other than you're not playing well at the moment and you've lost some distance. Not uncommon... losing distance usually leads to not playing well. No reason to panic.
Might help to know why you're losing distance. Is this something that just started, or is it something that has been ongoing for a while now? If you've been dealing with the distance loss for a while, then obviously it's something you're not capable of sorting out on your own. And if that's the case, I would strongly encourage you to consider getting a lesson to address the issue. Because here's the deal - it might be something simple that you can correct with someone helping you. Otherwise... the go-it-alone approach could turn something relatively simple to fix into a host of problems through your own experimental efforts. That's usually how these things go, we don't know what's causing the problem, so we start going through a laundry list of try this and that in hopes of locating the issue. And all that does is screw things up even more... then suddenly it ain't something so-simple to fix.
So that would be my first piece of advice.
My only other suggestion would be to move up a set of tees until you sort through things. Here's what I've found over my years of playing this game and struggling occasionally: playing a shorter course, while not an automatic cure for the swing flaw that ails us, can sometimes relieve just enough performance pressure to give us a chance to get back some confidence. Smoother swings, straighter shots, approach shots closer to the greens, etc. Sometimes it's just knowing you still have the ability to execute certain shots that can build just enough much-needed confidence.
I normally play 6500 yard tee boxes during the regular season at my club. But during the initial start of the season, when it's still cool and damp, when I've not been playing much and coming off of a long winter layoff - I move up to the 6200 yard tee box. The last thing I want, at that stage of the season especially, is to start my year of golf off with enormous challenge and struggle! I prefer to acclimate myself into normal playing mode versus subjecting myself to that degree of frustration.
Same concept applies. Make the game easier so you can hopefully get back some confidence while sorting through whatever it is you're dealing with.
Go get that lesson, and move up a tee box until you get some confidence back. If nothing else, you'll enjoy the experience a little more.