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I don't know why I've got hppd, the symptoms started years after my bad trip. I used to smoke a lot of "spice" when I was a teen, one time I had a really bad trip, strange hallucinations, and a panic attack. Years after, hppd like symptoms occured, like trails, afterimages etc, but I can't find a cause except maybe anxiety.

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Hi
Listen, my symptoms are highly dependent on my state of health.
when I sleep little or smoke a lot, I have an increase.
maybe you have the same?
have you had any health problems lately?

 
 
 
 

 

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