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      This is the catch-all forum for posts. Discuss anything related to Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder (HPPD) here.

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      A place to introduce yourself to the community and what you hope to seek out on this site. New members may share their experience and onset of HPPD and what drug(s) triggered it.

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  • Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder (HPPD) support forum - HPPD, flashbacks, drug-induced visual snow syndrome and depersonalization/derealization.

    Common HPPD symptoms: visual snow, palinopsia (trails/afterimages), increased BFEP, increased floaters, ghosting, halos, starbursts, macropsia/micropsia, geometric hallucinations, closed-eye visuals, flashbacks, depersonalization/derealization, anxiety, depression, brain fog, cognitive dysfunction, tinnitus.

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    • I always called that stage "pre-hppd"... It's just the first warning signs, you almost have to force them on. I'd be careful with further drug use. 
    • I’d agree with Jay1 on this one doesn’t matter if it’s Vyvanse Adderall  Focalin or Ritalin all adhd stimulant medications are essentially the same and chemoligically they are all amphetamines I know that Adderall specifically is classified as a methamphatamine. In fact Adderall and Crystal Meth are the same molecule except Adderall has 2 methyl groups and Crystal meth has 3 methyl groups, making it stronger. Studies were done where participants took high levels of Adderall and couldn’t tell the difference between that and meth. My point is that this shit will make your hppd worse and may even put you at risk for an HPPD relapse. It happens. It’s happened to older folks on this website as well as me personally I’ve had setbacks from using drugs. In addition, I think it’s important to say that I was prescribed adhd meds when I was younger and I think it contributed to me developing hppd after using subsequent hallucinogens. So basically I was having minor visual disturbances and tunnel vision after being prescribed adhd meds as a kid, and my theory is that when I did hallucinogens it enhanced these visual disturbances and contributed to me developing hppd. Just a theory but I strongly suggest against taking adhd meds they are literal crack my guy. 
    • I am 18 and have taken lsd about 8-9 times in the course of a half year. I have noticed after a really intense 200ug acid trip that i had very light tracers when i wave objects and my hands in front of my face. Colors dont blend together but they do seem more vibrant than normal. I dont have anxiety or feel depersonalized. At this point it has been about a month since these my last trip and the onset of these minor symptoyms. Now i am curious do i have hppd of some sort?
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