I suggest you see your doctor for a very thorough check up and while there, discuss getting into some talk therapy. As your GP told you, you are perhaps making too much of the acid trip and are having a difficult time letting the experience go. Therapy will help you get past whatever is holding you back.
Your uni should have a health center where you can go for information.
And about getting a song stuck in your head...........that happens to all of us and it's nothing to be concerned about. The entire month of June I was singing "Frosty the Snowman!" Talk about going insane! Now that the Christmas season is upon us, I live in fear of hearing that song.
Your issues are fixable, just reach out for the help.
thank you for the help. i am planning to go see someone about it all. i did go to my docter and she basically said what you said.
i basically know its all anciety related. if i concentrate on any of my symptoms they get miles worse. just weird how i noticed one after the other like they lead on from each other. always had somethign to worry about. i think now i have finally come to turns with most of them and just need to let go. from time to time it builds up and i feel really **** but i guess is part of letting go
I know this thread is about 2 years ok but it would be nice to see how your getting on because I've searched the Internet for a long time and you seem to have exactly the same symptoms as me. I had my first panic attack 2 years ago and didn't have any til about 4 months ago. I took a lot of ecstasy in Ibiza and when I got back I couldn't sleep for about a week. I started getting lots of closed eye hallucinations and bad anxiety I genuinely convinced myself I had gone mad . The dr put me on diazepam and the closed eye hallucinations went after a while but some anxiety remained. It went on for another 3 months and then stupidly when I had a few drinks I took some e again. This started the bad anxiety and closed eye hallucinations. I also started noticing little things in my vision like dark dots and moving things. I then noticed when I was trying to sleep when I had my eyes open in the dark what could only be described as visual snow but streaky. This made my anxiety terrible and I find the only thing that seems to ease it is alcohol. Any advice would be great
It's also worth noting that I'm on 20mg of amitryptiline a day and have been for about 3 weeks.
Sorry about the amount of typing but I too can't really put in enough words how bad this has been. My biggest fear is that I'm going to go schizophrenic.
Relax dude, it's just HPPD. Happens with drug use and is very common. I've had it for a while but if you live a healthy lifestyle it disappears with time. The best thing to do is not stress because it only makes it worse, just try your best to ignore it and it will get better.