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  1. Not everyone has had the best experiences with it, and probably because it simply just doesn't cure the condition. I see a lot of HPPD sufferers that cant tolerate any of these neurotransmitter modulating drugs. Granted though some have seen some benefit. Which will primarily be due to its ability to lessen neurotransmitters, so it likely helps to quiet some of the cortical disinhibition seen in HPPD, however its mechanism of action is unknown, and it(like most other pharmaceuticals) does not appear to treat the underlying cause of this condition.
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  2. Hi. My visual snow was bad in the beginning. From 13 to about 23 I had visual snow. I must admit that from 13 to 17 I was just making it worse from all the smoking, herb. But from 17 to 23 I did see improvement after I stopped all smoking weed and taking psychedelics. Where it got to the point that I could barely even see it by 24 years of age. I found though that once I became more comfortable with the Visual Snow and tried paying less attention to it that it slowly started going away. It takes a really long time so watching it and waiting for it makes it seem like an endless journey. So
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  3. so… from the beginning. My husband and I were introduced to sass, then molly, skull, and finally acid (lsd) we took it every two weeks on the dot for about two years. Everything was ok until new years 2020… after such a bad year I thought it couldn’t get any worse… oh was I wrong. We took acid like we had before, this time I had decided to smoke as well and we’ll. It send put me spiraling into a very bad trip. I felt stuck in my body and the only thing that could pull me back was hitting my head on floors, walls and sitting on a boiling hot shower. Eventually someone Brit me molly and it broug
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  4. Neuronal/axonal damage is tied with the forming of glial scars that inhibit regeneration of tissue. Glial scars can be seen as a persistent deficit, and they create a non-permissive barrier that prevents axons growing through the area and re-connecting with targets. Unlike regular scar tissue, a glial scar does not really resolve and likely persists over one's lifetime. Glial scars have been known for long time as a major roadblock to regeneration and functional recovery, and there are many companies trying to solve this problem. There's loads of literature available, I found these wiki p
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  5. As I have previously mentioned, this study is referencing nicotinamide, which is a form of Niacin, but not Niacin, Niacin is nicotinic acid, and does not have the same side affects as nicotinamide. The study if you read that you posted also says that safe doses for nicotinamide are 1500mg, and express a great deal of neuroprotective effects. The dose I recommend for Niacin is 1gram only. By shit fuck, yes, I mean everything is fucked, and in my honest opinion, personally and without evidence of it I'm assuming HPPD sufferers are sadly in fact facing higher end levels of neuronal loss. Eve
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  6. Haha, definitely! I know this will be a long-game on the Niacin, and maybe there is an element of Placebo in the short term, but I am definitely going to soldier on with it - the brand I bought was from Amazon, "Supplement Tree - Nicotinamide ( Niacin ) 500mg". I'm taking 2 caps a day, one around 8am and another maybe 8pm, along with a 500mg vitamin C Tablet again, twice a day at the same times.
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  7. Welcome to the forum! I wish we could meet under more pleasant circumstances but here we are. You are indeed very young and I think that will work in your favor. For me, I also contracted HPPD about 14 years ago from excessive and frequent LSD use. It does get better! But your recovery depends upon you. More drugs will almost always make the condition worse. For me, sobriety, time and a healthy lifestyle got me back on my feet. What do I mean by sobriety? Well, weed always exacerbates my symptoms as well as drinking so I stay away from those things. Even years later, I tried a small am
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  8. Hello, I just made an account here. It's very bad. I wish I would be exaggerating but the amount of pain I am going through is unbelievable and I simply can't take it anymore. I have had mild HPPD for 2-3 years. It wasn't even that mild but I saw spiritual meaning in it and I actually enjoyed it. Well for the most part. Things got bad 8 months ago when I experienced a huge panic attack on LSD. I had Xanax and that drug literally saved my life that day. But next day I woke up feeling so anxious, hyperaware, it felt like the trip didn't even end. I ended up in the ER a couple days a
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  9. I started taking a Magnesium supplement about three days ago and have already noticed a pretty drastic decrease in anxiety, which is great. I feel much more at ease and not as prone to thinking negatively. But I was curious as to whether magnesium helps alleviate visual symptoms as well, and if so which ones? I haven't noticed any improvement here really, but I think this could also be because most of my worst symptoms are DP-DR related.
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