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  1. I would like to add also however, that despite current findings in the field of hallucinogens and no evidence of neuronal loss, there is still a possibility for neuronal loss in specific people that may be driven particularly by people having certain different metabolic profiles, and/or genetic metabolic mutations that predispose the person to neuronal loss under certain conditions. Its been well found out decades ago that people have certain metabolic inconsistences with the norm of others. Some inconsistencies in metabolic profiles are minor, other are more exaugurated. So a more precise tes
  2. I definitely believe it to be the cause of HPPD, and the mentioned treatments are all well known to alleviate mitochondrial dysfunction and assist in DNA repair, and prevent DNA and catecholamine oxidation/damage. From what I have read high dose niacin(500-1000mg I would guess) will terminate hallucinations from LSD all together. There could be linking factors to HPPD patients having certain enzyme mutations that lead to them being susceptible to HPPD whereas others are not, and these mutations typically can be recovered from proper vitamin nutrition etc. As for Niacin side effects the few wer
  3. So basically if anyone doesn't understand whats happening here, mitochondria have failed, producing excess free radicals, depleting neuron and astrocyte energy, and causing excess premature oxidation of catecholamines(dopamine, noradrenaline, and adrenaline) which leads to abnormal neuronal behavior. So alleviating mitochondrial disfunction is the key to treating HPPD. Thats literally as simple as I can explain it.
  4. What is niacin’s (B3) role in preventing symptoms of schizophrenia? Abraham Hoffer and his team theorised that in order to reduce the production of adrenochromes, a methyl acceptor such as B3 would be needed. Methyl acceptor is the name for nutrients, mainly in the B vitamin family, which each play an important role in a biochemical process known as methylation. This process is needed for a variety of biochemical reactions, such as building and breaking down neurotransmitters, supporting liver detox pathways and DNA repair, to name a few. Upon studying the pathway for ad
  5. Ok, I’ve been working on this for years and do believe i know the exact mechanisms occurring in patients suffering from HPPD. It is quite similar to most mental derangements including epilepsy, migraines, and especially schizophrenia. Essentially what occurs is the patient uses a hallucinogen(obviously), which in turn overstimulates certain areas of the brain. Strikingly there appears to be little to no evidence for neuronal loss, so we must look deeper, where we will find the mitochondria. The mitochondria are dense in neurons and the main suppliers of energy, but also of free radicals. When
  6. It is true it does contain thujone, which may make some people nervous, which I understand. However it should be noted that thujone is, if I recall properly, only neurotoxic and higher levels, and the amount in sage is very low, so nothing that I know of that can reach the threshold for neurotoxicity. I looked it up a long time ago, I believe one report even stated that some samples of sage they tested had no thujone at all. There's also a reason I recommend it. Anyways I'll make a post in the next couple of days, that outlines the most probable cause of this disease(HPPD) and what people
  7. Excess fatigue is typically due to widespread mitochondrial dysfunction(cellular energy producers), try assisting them with long term use of powerful antioxidants. They take months to recover efficiency, so give it time. Also yes, most narcoleptic drugs should cause HPPD symptoms to get worse.
  8. You definitely are having neurological disorders. You need to stop the use of any drugs/narcotics of any kind immediately and permanently. It is probably definitely possible that it was eventually brought on by a seizure. There are rare cases of people using drugs, and some other incident bringing on HPPD, even as simple as drinking alcohol, I have seen it here on this forum of one person reporting exactly that. As Jay said there does seem to be some neuro deficit associations between HPPD, epilepsy, and migraines. They are all very strange conditions that are not entirely understood yet. Some
  9. I personally dont have any visual symptoms anymore, so I cant really comment on that part, but I suppose if you are playing game that increases adrenaline, it could definitely cause symptoms to get worse, i do remember too sometimes in movie theaters my anxiety would get worse. Most of my HPPD only manifests as anxiety anymore, but I had all the typical symptoms, and my anxiety was so bad it was insane, like suicide influencing insane, not like normal anxiety, cause Ive experienced that before.
  10. This. Sounds like you just have anxiety, and meticulously nervous behavior.
  11. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27046518/#:~:text=Glial cells such as microglia,to the extrasynaptic NMDA receptor. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnmol.2018.00414/full https://www.nature.com/articles/npp2016199 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2666354619300353 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0197018613000363 https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4409/8/2/184/htm Just posting these for future reference and reading. It would appear that there is a possibility of glial cell dysfunction leading to increased levels of glutama
  12. Most people to be completely honest, are highly unintelligent. They literally have no idea what's going on with you, they just see the surface of what you are going through. The same thing happened with me. It taught me one thing though, you can only truly rely on one person to help you, and that's what I do every day. Its harsh, but I guess that's how this place is, society focusses so much on smiling photos, fairytale movie endings, and glittering christmas lights, its hard to remember that there is a great deal of suffering on earth, and what people really should be focusing on is the remed
  13. Absolutely, it definitely does sound that to some degree, you have HPPD related symptoms. They aren't the most classically reported symptoms, but they are in the spectrum when considering they are the aftermath of illicit narcotic use. Not all HPPD symptoms are visual, I have no visual symptoms(Although for some time I did have visual snow). Personally I feel the visual symptoms are the more bearable symptoms. Anxiety and depersonalization IMO are the worst HPPD symptoms. My anxiety was so bad immediately after that my heart rate was 90-110 resting, dipshit doctors just thought I was on drugs,
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