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That's awesome! Can u please share with us the details of your results!!

I have done it before when I got a qeeg for dp...it helped a little for right brain functioning but I honestly saw it as pointless for dp. I don't want to drag u down but I also see it as pointless for hppd also I don't see how brain exersizes are going to correct chemical brain injury

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I don't see this as any less likely to help than visiting a spiritual healer in Brazil, Jess.

 

A chemical brain injury - what do you even mean by that? It's so vague that it is an essentially pointless term. Everything is chemical. 

 

If you mean a lack of or misappropriation of neurotransmitters (is that what HPPD is?!) - well neurofeedback has been shown to improve the symptoms of Parkinson's.

 

Oh, and have you seen this thread? http://hppdonline.com/index.php?/topic/3665-temporary-visual-snow-treatment/ - how can watching a video for a couple of minutes temporarily correct a chemical brain injury?  :blink:

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I don't see this as any less likely to help than visiting a spiritual healer in Brazil, Jess.

 

A chemical brain injury - what do you even mean by that? It's so vague that it is an essentially pointless term. Everything is chemical. 

 

If you mean a lack of or misappropriation of neurotransmitters (is that what HPPD is?!) - well neurofeedback has been shown to improve the symptoms of Parkinson's.

 

Oh, and have you seen this thread? http://hppdonline.com/index.php?/topic/3665-temporary-visual-snow-treatment/ - how can watching a video for a couple of minutes temporarily correct a chemical brain injury?  :blink:

Regarding that video. Has anyone tried watching it daily over the course of a few months? Or is that a silly idea? Im no scientist. 

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I don't see this as any less likely to help than visiting a spiritual healer in Brazil, Jess.

 

A chemical brain injury - what do you even mean by that? It's so vague that it is an essentially pointless term. Everything is chemical. 

 

If you mean a lack of or misappropriation of neurotransmitters (is that what HPPD is?!) - well neurofeedback has been shown to improve the symptoms of Parkinson's.

 

Oh, and have you seen this thread? http://hppdonline.com/index.php?/topic/3665-temporary-visual-snow-treatment/ - how can watching a video for a couple of minutes temporarily correct a chemical brain injury?  :blink:

Well excuse me but I may a lot of progress in Brazil for my hppd it was slowly getting better and my perception was getting back to normal unfortunately I just kept having setbacks from taking antibiotics and things that I didn't know would trigger it to get worse again. But I plan on returning.

Yes a chemical brain injury, as in a chemical injury from substances and neurotoxins that's what Iboga pretty much did in a high dose. So yeah a fuk up of neurotransmitters and receptors. Who knows, but it's deff a brain trauma because my speech, reaction time, ability to socialize and function normally have all been impaired. How is not a brain injury ?

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I did qeeg and after that rTMS for DP. from the qeeg they could see i was terrified like the world could explo anytime, dont know the right word in english. Further no abnormalities, but man i have a hard time with all symptomes what come with hppd.

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Well excuse me but I may a lot of progress in Brazil for my hppd it was slowly getting better and my perception was getting back to normal unfortunately I just kept having setbacks from taking antibiotics and things that I didn't know would trigger it to get worse again. But I plan on returning.

Yes a chemical brain injury, as in a chemical injury from substances and neurotoxins that's what Iboga pretty much did in a high dose. So yeah a fuk up of neurotransmitters and receptors. Who knows, but it's deff a brain trauma because my speech, reaction time, ability to socialize and function normally have all been impaired. How is not a brain injury ?

 

 

yes iboga fucked me up same way. but not only, other drugs too psychodelics/xanaxes/weed too.. it was all kind of bearable, but recently i killed it with taking half dose of mushrooms in a form of a chocolate, from amsterdam, and everything got worst so much for me since then. its like it went over the treshold..

nevermind the noise in visual, but thinking, memory etc.. it came to a point that I can't drink a cup coffee, cause the effects get worst.

im going to thailand next few weeks to do 28days fasting, apparently it helps to reset stuff in the brain (neuronal pathways, neurotransmitters) and i read that it can help specifically on hppd.

 

if anyone wants to share experiences please e-mail me hppd90@wp.pl . if anybody wants to study the matter with me also give me a shout. i wanna get deeply into details of brain chemistry to know exactly what can speed up the recovering process..

 

i will be posting the results allover internet. it sucks to be in this kind of state of life, so it would be good if we all share any kind of solutions we come up with.

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im going to thailand next few weeks to do 28days fasting, apparently it helps to reset stuff in the brain (neuronal pathways, neurotransmitters) and i read that it can help specifically on hppd.

 

Please let me know how this goes and good luck! I did two 48 hour water fasts before and felt better after them. Although I am not completely recovered (would consider myself around 60% recovered) I'm sure the fasts had something to do with that.

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