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Gabriel S.D

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  1. Hi Johan. I'm sorry for your peak, but nice that you can deal with it better now. I hope this peak ends asap! I'm getting a bit better now, thanks :). I haven't noticed any changes in my symptons related to exercising. I think the atmospheric pressure make some changes in the symptons (less pressure = symptons worse) but I don't know if this was just a coincidence.
  2. Hi, I have this symptom too. I'ts like the classic "4k" vision. For me this is also related to the disconnected feeling (that's like my brain having more difficult to map 3d spaces and to process the vision). I think it's better to tell the doctor. Probably he won't even know what hppd is, but at least give it a try. And tell here if you have any improvments with some medication, that would be really helpful beacause as I can see u are the only one with the exact same symptom as me Btw just a question, did u got your hppd from mushrooms too? (and if u did, how much it was?) thanks!
  3. I thought bad trips was kinda necessary because most posts I read they say they had a bad trip. And I didn't know about this dark side of the benzos, thanks for sharing haha!
  4. Hmm interesting this comparision. But something kinda interesting is that I didn't have a 100% bad trip. In the first half of the trip I was with a malaise and belly ache (the bad part), but after a couple of hours it went away and the trip started to be fun. But after some days I started to feel really strange and then I figured out what it was. And why are benzos bad? Because some people say it's helpful to momentarily relieve the simptons. And one more thing, have you ever tried acupuncture? I read that it helps epilepsy patients, maybe it can be also helpful for hppders? 10/5
  5. Yeah, I think I gonna wait a bit more to take medications, because maybe it causes side effects. But this keppra seems interesting, I'll consider taking this one in the future m8. Thanks!
  6. Thanks! Actually I just have it for 2 months. And it's from mushrooms (just one trip, 2g).
  7. Thanks for responding! Wow so you are really next to the recover haha This really gives me hope Good luck bro!
  8. @jbalsa2 Hey, how r u doing now? Did u get better?
  9. I didn't know there's types of hppd.. What's the difference between them?
  10. Thanks for the replies! It's really strange because I don't use any meds, coffe or drugs. I'm starting thinking this happened because of the food I've been eating these last days (yesterday for example I ate a lot of pizza, a bad idea I guess). I'll try to cut heavy carbs and see what happens (a semi keto diet). In a few days I tell if there's any noticeable improvment. Peace!
  11. I have HPPD for like 1.5 months right now. This week my snow, static vision and also tinnitus got a bit worse. At first the only way I could see snow was looking to the sky. Now I can see it almost everywhere. What could have been a trigger for it? And how to avoid these relapses?
  12. Hi, I didn't know adrenaline could be a trigger tho. I'm going to pay more attention how I feel after the gym haha. I don't know if there is any doctor who knows hppd in Brazil, and if there is it must be really expensive haha, so maybe just waiting and beeing healthy can be the solution in this case. I'm taking thiamine because of the depoiments and It's something necessary for brain health, I haven't found any side effects related to it. But of course, if I noticed any side effects I would stop taking it. And also didn't know u had it for so long (years), nice to see you reached so far. Anyway thanks for the advices, and update us about your improvements! Good recorver 4 everyone
  13. Hi Johan, sorry for late reply haha Actually my hppd isn't that bad, it's most noticeable when I have to sleep for example, the simptoms gets more appearent (mainly the tinnitus) or when I'm in bright places and snow visual gets more intense, including photofobia and afterimages. There's also some strange symptons that appears suddenly sometimes. But the good part is that most of the symptoms already disappeared (like head tingling and DR). I think I'm eating healthier than before the hppd, there's a lot of foods that are triggers like gluten, nightshades, heavy carbs. The part of drugs, yeah, I think I'll never use any drugs again (just medicines). I used to drink coffe twice a week but I stopped when hppd came. And bro I've some questions, do you take thiamine? I saw some people telling it helps a lot, I started taking it Friday, I'll see the results. What are your main triggers? Do you make any special diet (like keto diet)? Anyway, thank you so much for all tips! (sorry 4 bad english haha)
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