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https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.zmescience.com/science/news-science/lsd-stuck-brain-20022017/amp/

https://www.google.com/amp/s/healthtalk.unchealthcare.org/this-is-lsd-attached-to-a-brain-cell-serotonin-receptor/amp/

They are suggesting that LSD actually get stuck inside your cells.

Is protein fasting and autophagy (self-eating) a cure for HPPD?

 

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"Stuck" for 12hs. Nothing to do with hppd.

I hope you're referring to "autophagy" as the process that happens naturally in our bodies, and not to actually doing it consciously on a macro level... 🤣

Some anecdotes have reported benefits with more or less extreme diets or exercise... but anecdotes. 
if you want to give it a try, go ahead, but keep it SAFE!

Some supplements that might help: https://www.reddit.com/r/HPPD/comments/aqzv06/lions_manenaccholinemagnesium/

Some prescription drugs that might help: http://hppdonline.com/topic/6012-most-commonly-used-medications/

 

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42 minutes ago, yosoydiego said:

"Stuck" for 12hs. Nothing to do with hppd.

I hope you're referring to "autophagy" as the process that happens naturally in our bodies, and not to actually doing it consciously on a macro level... 🤣

Some anecdotes have reported benefits with more or less extreme diets or exercise... but anecdotes. 
if you want to give it a try, go ahead, but keep it SAFE!

Some supplements that might help: https://www.reddit.com/r/HPPD/comments/aqzv06/lions_manenaccholinemagnesium/

Some prescription drugs that might help: http://hppdonline.com/topic/6012-most-commonly-used-medications/

 

"And sometimes longer". 

Autophagy is a self eating process that happens when you starve yourself, it doesnt happen naturally you have to make an effort. Personally i have benefited from fasting and ketogenic diet.

"one day starvation diet" recently won the nobel price for autophagy, i dont remember his name but he recommends healthy people to eat maximum two times per day.

they clearly states that the drug finds its way in, and gets stuck there folded in by other proteins.

i personally have a hard time believeing that a drug can give you symptoms after its out of your system. But that is just me. Good luck.

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1 hour ago, yosoydiego said:

"Stuck" for 12hs. Nothing to do with hppd.

I hope you're referring to "autophagy" as the process that happens naturally in our bodies, and not to actually doing it consciously on a macro level... 🤣

Some anecdotes have reported benefits with more or less extreme diets or exercise... but anecdotes. 
if you want to give it a try, go ahead, but keep it SAFE!

Some supplements that might help: https://www.reddit.com/r/HPPD/comments/aqzv06/lions_manenaccholinemagnesium/

Some prescription drugs that might help: http://hppdonline.com/topic/6012-most-commonly-used-medications/

 

And by the way why are you trying to link me drugs? I suggest you keep that kind of stuff to yourself, especially when its irrellevant to this post.

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Felicia, I linked you drugs because you were looking for a "cure for HPPD", and those are the most reliable.

That pursuit, mixed with your eagerness to find information, but yet your lack of skills to properly understand, interpret, and filter what you read, could be a really dangerous mix. Be careful, you're prone to fall into any type of dangerous shit...

 

"sometimes longer" means a couple of hours more, not days, months, years, etc. 

Autophagy is a constant natural process. You could slightly stimulate it, but that's about it. 

 

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