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Cured hppd 100% full recovery

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My hppd and dp went away today. I used thianine and valerian root and my meds.

 

meditating, I resolved a lot of unresolved issues after therapy. Meditated for 5 hours to deal with some ptsd and psychosis and dp and straightened my posture

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Meditation is powerful medicine.  It's wonderful to hear that the practice is helping.  For me, it really helped with anxiety and greatly reduced the negative messages my brain kept bringing to the surface.  Keep at it!

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Check the symptoms:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anticholinergic

  • Confusion
  • Disorientation
  • Agitation
  • Euphoria or dysphoria
  • Respiratory depression
  • Memory problems[13]
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Wandering thoughts; inability to sustain a train of thought
  • Incoherent speech
  • Irritability
  • Mental confusion (brain fog)
  • Wakeful myoclonic jerking
  • Unusual sensitivity to sudden sounds
  • Illogical thinking
  • Photophobia
  • Visual disturbances
    • Periodic flashes of light
    • Periodic changes in visual field
    • Visual snow
    • Restricted or "tunnel vision"
  • Visual, auditory, or other sensory hallucinations
    • Warping or waving of surfaces and edges
    • Textured surfaces
    • "Dancing" lines; "spiders", insects; form constants
    • Lifelike objects indistinguishable from reality
    • Phantom smoking
    • Hallucinated presence of people not actually there

 

 

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Your recovery story is interesting. Would you care to elaborate more? What subatance did you get it from and what did you experienxe? How exactly did the curing process go and what did you do to get cured

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Hi! I'm new here. I've been experiencing HPPD for 8 months now after my first and only trip on LSD last spring. The anxiety and depersonalization it brought with it led me into months of sleepless nights and subsequently a complete 'psychotic break'. Before all of this I was a fully capable, grounded, and happy person. I am navigating day by day but feel as though my nervous system is fried. Everything looks HD and fake especially nature and scenery in the distance, which is very disheartening for me as I am an herbalist and would normally seek solace and peace in nature. For a while I had extreme afterimages and halos but those seem to have subsided a bit. It hurts to breathe in through my nose...like everything smells like chemicals. I am very sensitive to sound, lights, even touch. I'm always 'on' like never tired and have been taking benzos to sleep. My brain buzzes, my train of thought is completely out of whack at times, hard to remember things, PTSD, and I have a really dismal perspective on life now whereas before I was a happy little butterfly lol. I am soon to be 29 years old.

I've been doing meditation, trauma release exercises, taking magnesium, chamomile, skullcap, hops, passionflower, doing a little dancing (but too much exercise causes my nerves to become inflamed like a sunburn), listening to music (music is like EXTRA fun for me...like a heightened perception of it).

If any of you have any suggestions or would just like to share your experience, it would mean everything to me!

Big Love

Amanda

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On 2/12/2020 at 2:45 PM, Amanda said:

Hi! I'm new here. I've been experiencing HPPD for 8 months now after my first and only trip on LSD last spring. The anxiety and depersonalization it brought with it led me into months of sleepless nights and subsequently a complete 'psychotic break'. Before all of this I was a fully capable, grounded, and happy person. I am navigating day by day but feel as though my nervous system is fried. Everything looks HD and fake especially nature and scenery in the distance, which is very disheartening for me as I am an herbalist and would normally seek solace and peace in nature. For a while I had extreme afterimages and halos but those seem to have subsided a bit. It hurts to breathe in through my nose...like everything smells like chemicals. I am very sensitive to sound, lights, even touch. I'm always 'on' like never tired and have been taking benzos to sleep. My brain buzzes, my train of thought is completely out of whack at times, hard to remember things, PTSD, and I have a really dismal perspective on life now whereas before I was a happy little butterfly lol. I am soon to be 29 years old.

I've been doing meditation, trauma release exercises, taking magnesium, chamomile, skullcap, hops, passionflower, doing a little dancing (but too much exercise causes my nerves to become inflamed like a sunburn), listening to music (music is like EXTRA fun for me...like a heightened perception of it).

If any of you have any suggestions or would just like to share your experience, it would mean everything to me!

Big Love

Amanda

I got HPPD around the same age, it felt a lot the same for me, i was very jovial like you, too much for most people, and it completely changed me as to the person i was. No one was understanding either and it made it all that much worse. My mom was the only one that i let know i was trying hallucinogens and she gave me a warning but i didn't listen. My life fell apart after and i could barely function in life, i had to fake normal, and for he most part, no one knew, but it wasn’t enough either. Its really hard, but mine was very severe as well, worse than what most people report IMO, my heart rate was usually siting arounr 95-100 resting, before that it was 65-70 ish. No doctors had answers, they had no idea what was going on, just assumed i was on drugs or something, even drug tested me twice, I couldn’t even drink coffee at first. Its way better now but it cost me a solid 8 years of my life to be honest, im a lot better but in don’t feel the same as i used to, i only feel reminiscent feelings of what i used to feel. But i can function pretty normally. If i knew this was a possible outcome of one stupid decision, i never would have done it. 
 

it really showed me who people really are too, like no one really cares about the sick, afflicted, and suffering, its more of an inconvenience to humans, and they do t really care what happens to you. Its all way different than what i was taught growing up.  Everyone acts like they care but when shit gets real they usually dont.

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Do you meditate with headphones and sounds and hypnotic sounds or guided meditations? Or just plain old fashioned meditation? And what posture are you in...lying on your back or legs crossed sitting up?

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22 hours ago, TryingToHelp said:

@LethargicAcid well done. Therapy, meditation, great stuff.

@dasitmane you need to look into this one! Guy / girl manages to heal 'brain damage' through anti anxiety treatments. Get his MRI quick!

Yah I'll jump right on that!

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The first thing you should learn about medicine is that case studies are proof of nothing. Obviously you still have not done any reading on medical subjects, not even psychology since you're still using biased perspectives, which I'm certain that you still don't know what that is, maybe you can't read?

Also since its a self proclaimed "cure" the evidence is anecdotal. Why is it that so many other can not reproduce the same effect? How do you not already know all this? The more you speak the dumber you look.

You're terrible at medicine and know nothing about it at all. At this point I'd be surprised if you're even capable of wiping your own ass.

If meditation and mental health therapy is so effect why doesn't it cure your stupidity? 

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8 minutes ago, TryingToHelp said:

@dasitmane. "Why is it that so many other can not reproduce the same effect?"

The same effect is reproduced in every case of recovery from hppd. Deal with mental health issues. Deal with hppd.

Then you must have tons of evidence to support these claims.

Please, do post and publish them....

Otherwise you're just making false claims, which wont be surprising lol.

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7 hours ago, TryingToHelp said:

@dasitmane

Read the success stories thread on here. The consistent theme is recovery from mental health issues.

Something which I think you yourself really need to think about.

Have you actually read them? I don't think you have, otherwise you wouldn't be saying that. At this point you must be literally insane.

The majority of posts claim:
Not full recovery
Significant recovery, but lingering symptoms that do not appear to be resolving
Accepting said symptoms as a new part of life
Using various medications and supplements(physiological)
Relapses in symptoms

Most of the responses claim consistent prognosis of HPPD
Most do not claim using ANY type of mental therapy
The few that do are typically for things unrelated to HPPD and usually for past emotional trauma

Are you aware that the body has natural healing capabilities, that have nothing to do with the mind? If there are even any cases of complete recovery with using ONLY mental therapy in that thread, which I was unable to find, they will likely account for 1 to 100 posts, if that, which is a 1% recovery rate, which means in medicine, its not a cure, it doesn't work, and you're an imbecile. You are by far one of the dumbest most ignorant and persistently stubborn people I have ever seen, not only have you been proven wrong multiple times with massive amounts of evidence, but you fail to actually provide any solid evidence what so ever, your theory has no real theoretical foundation even, most mental health conditions and their etiology also prove you wrong, as schizophrenia, bipolar, depression etc would then under your examination be classified as mental health and curable by mental therapy, but has successfully been proven wrong, but also even almost everyone on the forum disagrees with you and I am certain that if you talked to Dr. Abraham, which I think you should do, he also will significantly disagree with you.

Basically everything in the whole REAL universe of possibilities is telling you that you are in fact wrong. Yet you persist, which tells me you are possibly insane and/or narcissistic. To be completely honest you do not appear to have fully functioning mental faculties at this present time, you may have certain physiological derangements in the physical nature of your neuronal system that prevent you from attaining to such accurate and agreeable cognitive thoughts.

As the famous 2 time nobel prize winning master and professional chemist Linus Pauling said, there is not ever seen mental health issues in a healthy brain.

So, please shut the fuck up.

What more evidence do you need? Do you need God to come from the heavens parting clouds with trumpets and lighting and riding beautiful unicorns to tell you that you are in fact wrong?

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You dont need to take mental therapy to recover from mental health issues. Time, exercise, healthy living, change of lifestyle all good cures.

A question for you @dasitmane. Can you truthfully say that you yourself are completely free from mental health issues? I seem to remember seeing posts talking about depersonalisation and derealisarion from you in the past. How can you be so certain that I am wrong if this is the case? Seems like a very strange thought process. 'Here I am with some fairly serious anxiety issues and i also see these weird things in my vision. BUT THEY ARE 100% NOT RELATED.....OK!!!!!'

Very odd.

I suspect that your levels of aggression and abuse stem from being told by some doctor in the past that it is 'all in your head' and you took it badly. Am I right? 

Any way I have been asked by mods (in my opinion unfairly but I respect them) to refrain from carrying on this debate on various threads so I invite you to go onto the thread I just started today regarding the effect of anxiety on vision.

 

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18 minutes ago, TryingToHelp said:

You dont need to take mental therapy to recover from mental health issues. Time, exercise, healthy living, change of lifestyle all good cures.

A question for you @dasitmane. Can you truthfully say that you yourself are completely free from mental health issues? I seem to remember seeing posts talking about depersonalisation and derealisarion from you in the past. How can you be so certain that I am wrong if this is the case? Seems like a very strange thought process. 'Here I am with some fairly serious anxiety issues and i also see these weird things in my vision. BUT THEY ARE 100% NOT RELATED.....OK!!!!!'

Very odd.

I suspect that your levels of aggression and abuse stem from being told by some doctor in the past that it is 'all in your head' and you took it badly. Am I right? 

Any way I have been asked by mods (in my opinion unfairly but I respect them) to refrain from carrying on this debate on various threads so I invite you to go onto the thread I just started today regarding the effect of anxiety on vision.

 

 

You literally missed every point of my post
No I have never been diagnosed with any mental health issues, nor to I distinguish any related symptoms
Derealization is a symptom of HPPD so I don't see the point you are making
No, no doctor every told me that
This is actually me being polite, not aggressive, as I said "Please, shut the fuck up"


I will be refraining from posting in your thread as I believe you are a waste to society, and I have more important matters to attend to, like curing real diseases, not make believing they are cured.

I also think the mods made a fair assessment in not banning you from the forums and containing your harassment and absurdity to a single thread where everyone may enter if they dare and want to suffer at the hands of your stupidity.

P.S. Your mother doesn't love you.

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@dasitmane you contradict yourself in this very thread. I have also reported you to same mods for your levels of personal abuse

 Bringing my mother into this, honestly?

That's it for you and me. No more of this nonsense.

 

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11 minutes ago, TryingToHelp said:

@dasitmane you contradict yourself in this very thread. I have also reported you to same mods for your levels of personal abuse

 Bringing my mother into this, honestly?

That's it for you and me. No more of this nonsense.

 


Theres no contradictory statements here that i see. 

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On 10/28/2018 at 1:08 AM, LethargicAcid said:

My hppd and dp went away today. I used thianine and valerian root and my meds.


Lethargic, I’m assuming you mean thiamine instead of thianine correct? Or do you mean theanine? Just want to be sure

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