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  1. Haha, thats pretty cool. Always wondered how my teachers could read my hand written essays at school.
  2. Peat Bog Faeries - Captain Coull's Parrot
  3. Like a few people say i don't think alcohol has had any long term adverse effects on my HPPD but the hangovers are a killer! Pre-HPPD i never got hangover, even when i first got HPPD i never got hangover maybe it was because i was young but as soon as i hit 18/19 BANG, i would wake up feeling like a 80 year old man who's just been head to head with Mike Tyson in a ring. If i drank a lot of water before going to sleep it would help a lot the next day. I'm talking about 1-2 pints of water before sleeping. You might piss yourself during the night but that's just a chance i'm willing to take!
  4. Going to start his one up again Hudson Mohawke - Fuse
  5. Hello! WOW. I can't actually believe that i remembered my log in details first go! Not been here since the old site was down in 08/09. Good to see yous all again! Anyway i decided to just have a quick scan over the forum and started reading your post Boogres. Back in 2008 when i first got HPPD i've noticed ( like Lucid said) many symptoms that come and go. However i've never actually seen anyone mention the sickly/nauseous symptom. I suffer this from time to time. I had to reply when you mentioned it. It feels like there's a sickly fog that comes over you making you feel fatigued/nauseousness that you can't shake off. However when i started my new job that kept me active on my feet all day i noticed it went away completely. When i lost my job (seasonal work only) it came back to me when i was sitting around the house with nothing to do. Also can relate to the fuzzy feeling in the side of head i've also had it now and then but it always goes away. Seems to get worse the more you sit and think about it i noticed to. About half a year ago i also went on a massive bender (first one in a while) and for quite some time after would get low blood pressure feeling every time i stood up for about a week. I can't explain it but i think its not much to worry about as mine went back to normal. The only thing about the head feeling and light headedness is if they get worse then you should maybe consult the doctor. Hope that helps! i can relate to most of your symptoms there. Just give it time and don't got on a massive bender again you just have to take it easy. I hope everything is ok with the parents. All the best.
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