Hey everyone, I'm doing just fine. I don't think of HPPD at all. Dreaming/sleeping is probably my only issue. I sleep fine for the most part, but have periods where I have lucid dreams and don't sleep well. I also feel like I wake up not feeling very rested, but hard to say if it's still some remnants of the mushrooms/thc. I will say I did buy an oz of weed months ago (too tempted) and tried it multiple times. It wasn't a great experience, and if I took more than two hits I would have very bad anxiety and felt loopy. So I got rid of it and don't have any desire to smoke again. Doesn't hit the same, for the best. So I had mild HPPD, it was terrible first couple weeks and I had to take off from work. I went crazy trying to find a psychiatrist to see. Never had visuals. I recovered pretty fully after two months. I assume recovery would be even faster/better with regular exercise. Didn't take any supplements. Just some time, keeping my self distracted from it, and quitting my THC addiction immediately. I'm probably more effected by stress now. There's hope all, if you are going through an unexpected hppd / psychosis, it'll pass in time. Keep yourself busy and don't think about it. I'm doing great and living a normal great life. Wish you all the best!
Hi David, I was wondering if you had a full text version of the paper you posted here:
I have university access to PubMed and Medline but I'm still unable to find a full-text version, only an abstract like what is posted here.
Thanks in advance!
Hi Dave, I see in your profile pic one of your original posts from 1999, then I see that you joined this one in 2010. Is it possible to see posts from the forum that we all used to message on - I'm presuming that you and I were on the same one forum? It's because another user and I are looking for people we messaged with back in 2003 but I think though that I had a different user name in those days. Do you know of that forum and whether we can access posts from those days? I would like to see those early posts of mine because they had a lot of info about how my HPPD developed etc.. Many thanks.