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    ISHMAELVLASOV posted:
    It seems simplest for me to simply forego television altogether due to severe paranoia and delusions of reference.Anyone else find this to be helpful? I do however read alot and find that I am in a minority on average.
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    larsstarscanary responded:
    I had to turn off the radio and television for a good, long while--I was having all sorts of delusions and hallucinations. I had to be put on medication, and then, after a while, I was able to slowly watch a program or two.

    My point is that I was over-stimulated and needed time for my brain to relax.

    I don't think you are in the minority--Where did you read that, or who told you that? I know a heck of a lot of people who have/had problems with the tv and radio.

    All the best to you.


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