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    These are the lyrics to a song called death by sworn in. Tell me, am I crazy or does this not apply perfectly to the hppd plight? I said hell's not a place you find beneath the ground Not a place you can see Not a place you'll be found Hell's not a place that you go when you're dead Hell's inside your fucking head Dragged to hell Be quiet don't tell I've made a deal to get out of my head Trade my sanity to sleep And trust me it's cheap I'll let my body rot to the fore Nevermore, Nevermore And in the end I don't give a damn It was all part of the plan I've lost it all and I still can't sleep I can't feel, can't see and oh fuck I can't think Maybe this is what I wanted I've lost it all and I still can't sleep I can't feel, can't see and oh fuck I can't think Maybe this is what I wanted I've lost it all and I still can't sleep I can't feel, can't see and oh fuck I can't think Maybe this is what I wanted... I'm finally here in hell but I'm only a guest
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    Thanks Chris. I might not be a horrible idea to see a neurologist. But like I said, I did already describe my situation to my doctor who said it was similar to cases she had seen with people who had used harder drugs. She didn't seem to be worried that there was something else wrong, but I had her call a optometrist to be sure, and they didn't seem to be worried either. The annoying thing with it all is spending a bunch of money, and then being told that you are in "excellent condition". As far as being genetic, I know my younger brother told me he quite smoking weed after doing it lightly for several months because he was having trouble with his eyes. My theory is that cannabis can do the same damage that some of the harder hallucinogens do, but only in large amounts, and that people who are predisposed stopped using it early enough that there is relatively little damage done, and it never gets reported. Anyway, I have heard that HPPD from cannabis has a good recovery rate, anywhere from three to ten years, so fingers crossed
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    The Stooges- We Will Fall Just flew away with this song. That's what I like abou HPPD sometimes... to just feel high without taking anything. But only when it's the right moment...