Traneboy

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  1. Yes Jay, that is common sense. But then again, you should be the one to understand me the most, how traumatizing the visuals are. I went and signed a year off of college, because i couldn't stare at the PC, and that is bad, since i'm majoring in computer science. How do i cope if i basically do nothing everyday? I take some cigs to calm me down.
  2. I started smoking because of desperation, i'd never smoke on my own. Thanks for your reply anyway, but I'm not dropping nicotine, especially since it is not expensive in my country.
  3. I started smoking for the first time in my life at october 13 this year. I smoked almost daily since, 2 to 5 joints a day and the only thing i noticed was once i smoked 5 cigs in a row i felt a sudden head rush and a feeling i otherwise would get from 0.5 mg of Alprazolam. I later found that is common for beginners and that that is the adaptation period or just that i inhaled too much nicotine and my brain was losing some oxygen. But before i continue to smoke cigs, can they theoretically worsen visual disturbances?
  4. Has anyone tried nefiracetam? I searched the whole hppd forums and never found anything on it.
  5. Well, one floater isn't hppd, sure. But when the brain suddenly starts to observe 5-10 floaters, it is a sign that the brain is being stimulated/hyperactive. If you have trails and floaters, I could only based on that say that you have hppd, the severity is up to you to decide. But if you have one tiny floater, then no hppd.
  6. It is hppd, trails and floaters are one of the symptoms that accompany hppd. I wouldn't suggest taking benzo, but since you already have hppd, you might aswell try to trake them when needed, or cycle 4 day on them and 3 days off of them. If I were you, a senior in hs, i'd get myself some klonopin and do the cycles. Then i'd also take some propranolol. If I felt that I couldn't focus on anything because of anxiety, i'd even go on smoking pot. But carefully.
  7. Looks like i'll have to follow Jay's advice aswell and drop college for a year. I never drank alcohol (besides 1-2 times a year of binge), never smoked cigs, never did illegal drugs, but hppd/vs still hit me. I see no point in abstaining from cigs or alcohol from now on. I need a relief, a ''get out of my mind'' sensation. I lived a life of abstain from things that all of my friends did. And I still fucked my brain, and they didn't. Sad, sad existence with no profits in the end. Life is a fucking joke.
  8. Okay, so I don't know if the valerian, peppermint oil and phenobarbital I took worsened my visual snow, afterimages and tracers, but I plan to take a peppermint and valerian again without pheno. Should I be safe or better not to gamble?
  9. If only it was that easy. Exercising in particular to me seems kind of a waste of time, but mainly because I don't have any energy, like wtf. I don't have energy even if I trained a whole week, i'll still feel the 8th day like i'm all fresh. So no idea how these people who got suddenly rid of all health problems go out on exercising.
  10. Forgive me then.
  11. I wasn't being mean, you asshole. I didn't say funny in a discriminatory way. But hey, you should've explained yourself more detailed if you didn't want us to make false judgements.
  12. Same, I find it really funny that this guy finds his hppd got worse with no reason. I mean, a whole month on weed and you knew weed could give you panic attacks? And then you really get one and your father fucks you up even further by giving you opiods? I'm sorry for you, but you were gambling with your health for good.
  13. Well, you don't need to believe it, just to know it is true. Luck is a concept that easily describes people's misfortune. It would be unnecessary long to really go into detail as saying 1 in 50,000 LSD users will get hppd, because that person is susceptible to it, since he has Gaba or NMDA receptor dysfunction or whatever, which landed him with hppd. People on this forum are really the extremely unlucky folks that took drugs. There isn't a statistic to really point how many people develop hppd, but from how rare doctors encounter it, you might assume that it is rare. I mean, only Dr. Abraham, one guy on the whole planet is studying this? And he is doing this since the 80s, now that's sad and unfortunate to any hppders out there.
  14. It does, as a concept. There are thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of people taking LSD and a bunch of NBOMe, and never get hppd, and there are people who get one little dose of LSD and acquire hppd.
  15. One important thing: Before November 7 2015, did you take anything, and I mean anything drug related? Not illicit, but prescription drugs? Very important. Something for a week or two before your symptoms got worse.