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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

Edited by LethargicAcid
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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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Visual snow is an anticholinergic/dysautonomia syndrome. The vagus nerve is probably damaged.

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Check the symptoms:


  • 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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