Onemorestep

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  1. Thats so interesting because the ONE thing that seemed positive from my HPPD (from mushrooms) was my ocd went away. TBH I think I would rather have it back. It wasn't SUPER severe and it actually aided me in being meticulous in art/school.
  2. Really I'm looking to improve my sleep >_< it's at a point now where it's going to shave years off my life if I don't get it in order and it's been two years of poor sleep. It's not gonna get better on its own...
  3. Does anyone know anything about this supplement? It's supposed to inhibit the breakdown of endorphins via enzyme blocking. But is there tolerance? Withdrawal? I can find very little about this stuff but it helps a lot with my sleep and pain issues. I'm just wary of messing with things I don't understand... withdrawal sucks
  4. Anyone tried it? I'm curious.
  5. http://nutritiondata.self.com/ This might be helpful for you! I do a keto diet as we have PM'd about. Its a strict one but it treats me right. Below is a link to some evidence for a calming action https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2722878/
  6. NAC

    For some reason NAC gives me horrific anxiety attacks. A few other people around the internet report this as well. Low glutamate in certain brain regions may account for this as lowering those levels further has a downstream effect on reducing GABA. No way to tell though >_<
  7. I find this REALLY fascinating since keppra does modulate opiate functioning. "These results show that levetiracetam produced antihyperalgesia which is at least in part mediated by GABAA, opioid, 5-HT and α2-adrenergic receptors, in an inflammatory model of pain." - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2989589/
  8. Got to let the brain recover. No stimulants (including caffeine). No drugs or alcohol. It sounds awful but so is living a life unfulfilled because youre disabled from this! Have hope. No other choice but to cling to hope
  9. Im using a testing company out in california called IGNEX. They are very reliable. The test came back indeterminate and im supposed to get a follow up but its been hard. I've had hppd for years unfortunately. The test that came back as a maybe for lymes indicated that i contracted it recently. My VS has not changed in about two years.
  10. We also don't know how briv is different from keppra. Sure it has higher affinity for antagonizing glutamate functioning but does it also have that for the others? The studies done on briv were meant for treating epilepsy so its hard to know.
  11. The thing is we don't know why keppra helps those with HPPD. I know that the glutamate suppression with briv is a lot higher but who knows if thats why it helps. Keppra has a crazy amount of indirect antagonism on receptors. Off the top of my head dopamine, serotonin, opiate, acetylcholine, and glutamate receptors are all influenced.
  12. yea its p much trash haha. but ive never heard of it hurting
  13. It purportedly doesn't cross the blood brain barrier. But you got gaba receptors all over your body. Could calm the cns. Raises testosterone apparently too. I've tried it a few times with good effects but can't remove placebo so idk. 99 percent sure it won't hurt but always be cautious.
  14. The majority of my hppd came on after a wonderful trip! No problems with ego death at all. Some lsd analogue idk what it was xD. Had a beautiful time up in the mountains of Virginia. So eh who the hell knows
  15. Anyone have experience with doxycycline? Doctor thinks I have lymes disease. Pretty positive test. Very worried about this... if anyone has input please let me know >_<