Cjb007

why people with hppd

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so i keep asking my self why people who have hopped also get dpdr. people say that hppd is a pre-sezure state, and a sezure disorder can cause dpdr so is that maybe why we have it. i dont get why people with hppd also have dpdr when its just visual stuff. is it from trauma of bad trip is it anxiety or brain damage. and is it even possible i recover from the dpdr

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People who've suffered child abuse or seen war get dpdr and have it for the rest of their lives. It's a form of ptsd I feel as if. They're connected but have different circumstances. I felt dpish like a week or two after smoking some bud. But afterwards I feel like me.

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I think it's because they're nervous system disorders. DP-DR is often caused by trauma and stress and it just so happens many people with HPPD also suffer from anxiety. Excess hyperactivity in the brain can lead to an array of different problems and one of them is DP-DR. 

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I told you in our PMs it was anxiety. You need to accept this and find a child psychologist you can work with to get past this stuff.

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IM NOT sure its just anxiety mabye its a part of my hppd because in my High i had bad DR so mabye my brain cant get out of the High and stays in dpdr. Im very afraid that this is why

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I know its hard not to worry but you worrying about it so much is probably making it worse. You need to look up radical acceptance. People get DPDR from stress, trauma, and abuse. The people that have it for years are usually people who have been severely abused as children or went through a traumatic event like war or a terror attack. If you try your best to accept it and move on with your life I think it will go away the less you think about it.

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