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Shot in the dark here.

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Ok so a complete shot in the dark here but we know that the more you think about hppd the worse it is.

So what if we give ourselves some kind of amnesia that makes us forget we ever acquired hppd. We wouldn't be thinking about it at all then.

This is probably really far fetched but whatever i just thought about it so i figure i might as well think out loud.

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Certainly obsessing about something makes it worse. Each must learn to find happiness and purpose inspite of any disease/disorder. Some here report visual symptoms get worse with anxiety (though not all) ... so again positive attitudes and lifestyles are important.

But denial or amnesia isn't really a 'cure'.

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