Visual snow present on vision in darkness

Candiety Nov 1, 2014

  1. Candiety

    Candiety Junior Member

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    Does anybody else get this?

    The best way I can describe this is that in darkness I get a visual snow akin to that displayed on an old television set; though the colours generally consist of red, yellow, blue and purple.

    The dots which consist this image seem slightly larger than that of the usual static created by a television set. It kind of appears like what I'm seeing isn't a high definition image. Instead every colour is preceded by a faint background fuzz, consisting of the aforementioned colours. This fuzz appears to be somewhat vibrating, although somewhat slowly.

    This first appeared when I started smoking weed when I was about 16/17.

    I know about HPPD, but I'm interested to see how common this is.

    Anyone else experience this? It can be quite overwhelming in a dark room.
     
  2. squbsy

    squbsy Guesticles

    Yeah, I get fuzzy night vision. It has worsened over the years but I've always had it. I have quite a few floaters too.
     
  3. Bacchanal

    Bacchanal semilanceated

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    That'll be al the fibre.
     
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    Sephira MerKaBa Technologist

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    Yeah I have this occasionally as well. I quite like it though.
     
  5. Frank E

    Frank E Forum Member

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    When I'm sleeping I get these weird images which become more lucid as I drift off, like dramas going on in my head. It's sometimes worse after eating cheese.
     
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