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  1. https://www.onnit.com/academy/the-carnivore-diet/ http://meatheals.com/ seems like the benefits of keto but supercharged, eliminates inflammatory toxins found in plants, apparently lack of vit c and fibre not a problem.
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    the jason bourne cure

    ive started using the glasses off app to apparently increase contrast sensitivity and brain processing speed. I think i do feel a bit quicker in the head and my stats are improving on the app for what they are worth. No change to hppd tho.
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    the jason bourne cure

    like visual processing apps
  4. bit of a stab in the dark here, but if visual disinhibition is overloading the processing capacity of the aware brain, in an analogous way to having a pre-amp that is too big for the main amp causing distortion, then could there be exercises that increase the brain's visual processing? So analagous to increasing the main amp size so the pre amp doesn't cause distortion. It reminds me of the jason bourne film where he has amnesia but is super aware of everything going on around him due to his special forces training. I wonder if we could do something similar to improve our visual awareness so it is capable of coping with the excess inputs.
  5. i would think it more likely that a preexisting autoimmune would be a predisposing factor rather than hppd causing an ai response. However ai can occur after stress so maybe a trip could count as a trigger stress to an ai response and cause hppd or at least create some of its symptoms.
  6. interesting. I had brain fog before i touched drugs, maybe auto immune. Prompted by this thread, I went and had some blood tests for common and easy to test autoimmunes, which doesn't include cerebral ai. They all came back negative which i expected. However, my neutrophils were a bit low, which could indicate some sort of chronic infection or ai. I have a neuro appointment in september so will see if they can test for any cerebral ai.
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    Ipamorelin

    as you are on a peptide roll, have you thought about selank?
  8. brendan

    Ipamorelin

    i like your reports on the 'fake medicines', it's useful to have the regular updates.
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    DSIP (Delta Sleep Inducing Peptide)

    where do you buy dsip?
  10. has anyone had their sleep analysed? Would be interesting to see if sleep cycle disturbance is associated with hppd, given the importance of sleep to integrating experience properly.
  11. yeh i think his point about not being obsessive is about avoiding vinegar rather than avoiding booze. I'm sure avoiding booze is fine but if you go into getting anxious about avoiding fvinegar or i dunno like people wearing perfume or using hand sanitizer or whatever you may get an alco microdose from then you may end up not helping yourself. Perfectionism is not mentally healthy.
  12. slight tangent, but i started taking 400mg of calcium (as carbonate dissolved in malic acid) as my blood level showed up as on the low border of normal. It knocked me out and i slept for much longer on the first dose. I took it before bed next time and again within half an hour i was really drowsy and even a bit euphoric till i (quickly) went to sleep. I have heard of magnesium doing this but not calcium. I think the effect of each dose has started to wear off a bit after a week but i only take before bed so hard to tell, but don't get the intense lovely drowsiness any more. I googled it and it seems it helps regulate circadium rhythm by creating melatonin. I wonder if you improve sleep enough the unprocessed hallucinogen information would gradually get properly consolidated into memory rather than staying conscious.
  13. interesting. I had brain fog before i touched drugs, maybe auto immune. Ive booked a blood test for may 2nd but will only be for common types not brain types, so will probably have to get a brain ai test via a neurologist which on the nhs will probably happen when i can draw my pension.
  14. interesting. I had brain fog before i touched drugs, maybe auto immune. Ive booked a blood test for may 2nd but will only be for common types not brain types, so will probably have to get a brain ai test via a neurologist which on the nhs will probably happen when i can draw my pension. Granite and hannah, what countries are you in? How did you decide which tests to do, did a specialist refer you?
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