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What are the symptoms of speed flashbacks?

What are the symptoms of speed flashbacks?

Hard to know: In research that's been done, many of the people who used speed, also used lsd. So it's hard to parse out "speed" flashbacks from those related to lsd. In lsd- related flashbacks, people might experience things being larger or smaller than they actually are; flashes of color & light; afterimages; "trails" -- afterimages that follow right behind an object as it moves; halos around objects; etc. ...Read more

Dr. Missid Ghanem
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Flashbacks (Definition)

A vivid memory that is sudden and disturbing from an event in the past. Could be as a result of psychological trauma or taking ...Read more


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Normal for PTSD symptoms (flashbacks, anxiety) to worsen in an episode of MDD? This is the 1st MDD episode I've had since being diagnosed with PTSD.

Normal for PTSD symptoms (flashbacks, anxiety) to worsen in an episode of MDD? This is the 1st MDD episode I've had since being diagnosed with PTSD.

Yes!: "normal" to have symptoms worsen in MDD - any time we have more than one entity happening the likelihood is that both will be accentuated. Get help with your MDD and PTSD - psychotherapy with medications is best ...Read more

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Symptoms are nightmares triggers from flashing lights, loud slams, complete darkness i have had flashbacks that felt like a panic attack but also fla?

Symptoms are nightmares  triggers from flashing lights, loud slams, complete darkness i have had flashbacks that felt like a panic attack but also fla?

PTSD: I understand your distress. It is likely that you had nightmares due to Traumatic experience with feelings of fear, panic, anxiety, overwhelmed, helpless, sad and angry. Any of these feelings need to be taken care of, resolved and help you in your healing. Panic attack and nightmares can be treated successfully. See Psychiatrist for Diagnosis, Therapy and Medication ...Read more

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What are symptoms of PTSD? My son had a very close call with his open heart surgery and almost died. One year later I still have horrible flashbacks.

Could be PTSD: These flashbacks could be part of PTSD. More important than naming the exact diagnosis would be getting treatment. There are various forms of psychotherapy ,sometimes with medication, that can be very helpful. Treatment works. ...Read more

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How can you stop flashbacks?

How can you stop flashbacks?

Psychotherapy: Flashbacks are your psyche's way of communicating to you that it is having difficulty integrating that specific memory in a comfortable/ sensible way. Flashbacks are very common reactions to traumatic experiences. Psychotherapy can help! most therapists have experience helping people heal from traumatic experiences. The process is safe and confidential. ...Read more

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Can people really have flashbacks?

Yes it is a common: symptom of PTSD and they can be very frightening and realistic. ...Read more

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I keep having flashbacks about my past?

Get in therapy.: Flashbacks are your psyche's way of communicating to you that it is having difficulty integrating that specific memory in a comfortable/ sensible way. Flashbacks are very common reactions to traumatic experiences. Psychotherapy can help! most therapists have experience helping people heal from traumatic experiences. The process is safe and confidential. ...Read more

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Do you have acid flashbacks years later?

Possible: It is possible...It has happened...We really don't know it's true mechanism of action...Best never to use it in the first place.. ...Read more

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Are there any meds that help with flashbacks?

Ask your DR: To prescribe you some meds to relieve anxiety and help you sleep. Adequate sleep will alleviate your symptoms. Staying active, exercising, living each day, staying positive and experiencing good memories @ present may replace the negative effects of these flashbacks. Hope you feel better! ...Read more