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  1. Thanks @Jay1 for fixing the forum, this site and the information on it has been invaluable for me, also the new design is stunning! ❤️ There's just another message on the homepage from David starting with "I AM SO SORRY. I did not realize the gallery I used to upload m....", perhaps we could get rid of that as well because it's been there for a very long time.
  2. I would too lean towards a hypothesis of some sort of 'damage' or change as my case was not caused by classic hallucinogens but after the incident of combining two serotonergic drugs (one of them being MDMA). I appreciate and respect @dasitmane for exploring all the avenues but for myself, I prefer to focus on the brain. I believe this condition should be fully reversible at some point in the future.
  3. Thanks yosoydiego, just wanted to let you and people reading this know in case you weren't aware of it
  4. Thank you dasitmane for coming back on this forum, I was following your first thread with great pleasure. I hope that we can make some progress in our knowledge and that people will join in and share their findings. @yosoydiego About the Reddit thread, the connection with HPPD and Lyme was reported by a user who is actively promoting the use of chlorine dioxide to (falsely) cure HPPD. It is very unhealthy to practice this 'cure' and will not aid your mind and body in any positive way, so take that in mind when reading posts made by that user (HPPDandstuff).
  5. For me, alcohol doesn't seem to have a negative effect on my visuals, it even seems to reduce visual snow by just a little temporary It is the additional use of cigarettes that temporary (1 - 2 days) gives a notable increase in the intensity of visual snow and causes closed-eye light flashes
  6. subscribed Thank you David for all your dedication throughout the years you've been suffering from this, without these forums here I would have never had a new outlook on life
  7. Might also help with visual snow. Here's an anecdotal report of someone who had her visual disturbances improved by daily intranasal insulin intake. The downside is that she reported it returned full blown upon cessation of the insulin Check the full thread here: https://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/89360-intranasal-insulin-dihexa-log/page-2#entry796569
  8. By anecdote, I have a friend who got visual snow from a stimulant. He was 19 when it happened and the symptoms subsided after a month. Unfortunately for me, my own visual snow is still here after two years. Note that we haven't used together. If you're still in adolescence it would make sense that your brain could eventually fix or adapt to the changes. Reading that you're 16 and got symptoms from weed, I suspect you're likely to have a positive outcome for your situation. Take care of yourself and stay away from weed and other drugs
  9. Thanks for posting your findings on these forums. I've actually read your story somewhere else before, and I'm wondering: what was the cause of your VS? Did you experience other symptoms similar or related to HPPD?
  10. Sad to hear then thanks a lot for update!
  11. That doesn't sound too good.. you're the first case I know where it worked the wrong way and made things worse. I hope it subsided a little again. How are you doing now?
  12. ----- This post is especially important for the Dutch guys out here on the forum ----- Recently I received a mail from Brijder Jeugd (rehab center) where they tell about a new upcoming research by a neurological department from a medical center about visual snow sufferers, and they're looking for people that want to participe in the research. This could be another opportunity to shred some light on the visual snow and HPPD. The research is targeted for Dutch people but I wouldn't hesitate contacting them in English if you're interested in the research. You can reach them by sending an e-m
  13. "BPC-157 is a synthetic peptide that is being investigated for its regenerative effects. It shows high efficacy for rats suffering toxic or surgical trauma, but there is currently no evidence that it provides benefits for people." I stumbled upon this peptide after browsing some websites and then I found reddit posts of users claiming that they cured their anhedonia. This substance does not mask symptoms like traditional drugs, but really has some sort of a healing mechanism that rapidly undoes damage from the dopamine system, with almost no side effects reported. This got my interest and
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