posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 05:32 PM
reply to post by sance
Hang in there buddy, I am almost back to normal but it has taken me 8 months to get this far. Keep up hope, for it may take you a much shorter amount
of time to feel better.
The only problems I still have are three:
slight sensitivity to light (becomes worse when I am tired);
inability to feel a buzz when drinking alcohol;
and some social awkwardness;
But these pale in comparison to how I felt when I first hear the TMI audio file. Which was insane and like a zombie, just awful. I also felt strong
pressure in my head.
Please detail the issues you are facing now, i.e., your symptoms, so that others on this board may learn about this potential danger. It also might
help me and others suggest ways to resolve your problems.
I can tell you that the thing that helped me improve the most was getting outside and into nature, especially away from electronic equipment. Try
going for a long walk in the woods or sit in a grassy area. I also tried drinking black tea, which I feel was helpful, as well.
I’m still not sure why the TMI audio file caused my brain such confusion and pain, but I do know that it can happen and that some people are indeed
prone to its negative effects.
If you would like to ask other questions off board, try U2Uing me.
Feel better and stay positive,