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Debilitating Visuals

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Does anyone have Debilitating Visuals? Im not talking about DP.

 

I mean, visuals that impair ability to see/percieve? 

 

Im talking cant drive, etc..

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Light sensitivity and starbursting seem to be worsening and I fear it will start to effect drivin ability.

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Light sensitivity and starbursting seem to be worsening and I fear it will start to effect drivin ability.

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My reading speed has gone down quite a lot since I got HPPD. I find it hard to focus on text (which is a bit of a problem, given that I have to read a lot). Letters move around and patterns form in the space between the letters. I wouldn't call it debilitating, but it's definitely an annoyance.

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I've never trusted myself to drive... Not sure if I would put that down to the visuals or the trippy feeling though... a bit of both, I imagine. If I am in the passenger seat at night, I have to pretty much close my eyes or look down, the oncoming traffic kills my eyes and leaves green streaks all over my vision.

 

I can still work though, which is very vision based (design and video) and do sports that require good hand to eye coordination.

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thanks guys for the replies. interesting, StateofRegret. 

 

Jay, yeah I feel what ur saying. Afterimages, etc..., we have sensitive eyes. headlights are bad for human retinas anyways. 

 

Thats good to hear, u can still work. 

 

Yeah sports are like the best :) . especially for us. helps us feel normal again. 

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