"Weird patterns of swirling neon-green jelly vibrate and move inside the window of my computer monitor. Funny thing is, they aren't part of a weird psychedelic screen saver. I know this for sure, because when I look away at the walls they have this neon presence too. Not only do I see this, but the afterimage of my computer monitor is present there as well and it follows my eyes around with bright yellow horizontal bars which must have come from the blue edges of my web site's colors. I look bac
I am providing you with a bounty of documents before ACTA or similar treaty and/or legislation would make me a major criminal for providing you with C0PyWr1tten material in the form of full text PDF files of HPPD articles. Unless you have academic access to research journals, each article would typically cost you $35.00 USD to download.
I am providing the most important research articles regarding HPPD to you for FREE. I do so, because I feel the companies associated with these
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First Livestream Discussion of HPPD and Altered Visual Perception Disorders
Members of the HPPDonline.com community post many questions about HPPD, some are directed towards me, and you have not received answers. I have authored a text "Characterization of Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder" that in many forms amounts to about 400 pages of text. It is the larges
User without permission for the reason of getting the point across. I am not saying you should or should not take or not take benzodiapienes, but I started my own taper at the end of school and it has been, as expected, a nightmare.
America's Most Dangerous Pill?
It's not Adderall or Oxy. It's Klonopin. And doctors are