I had real thought broadcasting, and Risperidone gave me additional telepathy

Hi All,

I have had thought broadcasting since Summer 2016, where other people around me can hear my thoughts. The range is quite large. This is not a delusion, which I’m sure of, however I understand there is a different form of thought broadcasting which can be a delusion. I have been able to work whilst having thought broadcasting, but I have hit large bumps in my career.

In November 2019 I started taking Risperidone daily - 0.5mg, then 1mg, and a few times 1.5mg. Because of that medication, I now additionally have telepathy which can be very annoying. This telepathy is with people I know, and happens throughout my day every day now. The recipients of my messages can be in a different part of the city. Does anyone have any views on whether they think this is a worsening or bettering of my mental state? I see how it could be a bettering, since the other people are able to respond telepathically, so maybe I am starting to be more normal in that I can talk to them in this way. Perhaps the next step is complete control over telepathic communication. I stopped the Risperidone in January. I’m not sure what to do/take next. I’m almost tempted to take Invega (Paliperidone) at 6mg daily, but if Risperidone seemed to make my condition worse, then this might not be the best idea.

I am also now taking Lion’s Mane (500mg daily) and Daily Essential Nutrients.

Don’t take side medicine and supplements with your meds. Ask your dr about them as they might interfere with your meds and supplements/side medicine don’t help SZ and often make it worse.
E.g. L-Dopa cause psychosis especially in SZ patients.

Change to another stronger antipsychotic? Up your dosage? Not every med work for every patient.

About the Lion’s mane, you’ll need Amyloban 3399. Regular lion’s mane doesn’t have enough Amycenone for antipsychotic properties.

Daily Essential Nutrients is good, but that takes time to kick in. I’m on a +25% dose at the moment. Day 114 of taking it. I was doing better on a +50% dose but it’s just too expensive for me to buy it every 20 days.

Of course, clear the supplements with your pdoc before taking.

Thought broadcasting is a son of a gun to fix. Basically though, once you fully mute the voices 100% (not 99.5% where you can still hear tiny bits of “not really there” audio,) then the crazy interactions with the environment will cease as well.


I have seen many of your posts, and I am taking Daily Essential Nutrients every day. I am only taking 3 pills of this per day. My order of Amyloban 3399 is on it’s way, and I will be taking that instead of the Lion’s Mane mushroom I have. Also, I started on some Aripiprazole (Abilify) today, at 10mg, which I will increase to 15mg after a week, so hopefully that goes well for me.

I also wonder if taking L-theanine can help with thought broadcasting.

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Hi @Polar-Faz,

L-Theanine helps with focus but AFAIK has no antipsychotic properties.

Hi naturallycured,

Is Amyloban 3399 good for silencing or quietening voices that are actually other peoples thoughts that they are sending into your head from a long distance? I think my “voices” are actually telepathy with people I know, and some of them are using the channel to abuse me. Therefore, the voices are not a delusion or internally generated for me. Has Amyloban helped you with this, or more the delusional kind of voices?

Adrenochrome may be the cause for the thought broadcasting etc. I’m going to try vitamin c and niacin megadose to lower it.

Several small-scale studies (involving 15 or fewer test subjects) conducted in the 1950s and 1960s reported that adrenochrome triggered psychotic reactions such as thought disorder, derealization, and euphoria.[2] Researchers Abram Hoffer and Humphry Osmond claimed that adrenochrome is a neurotoxic, psychotomimetic substance and may play a role in schizophrenia and other mental illnesses.[3] In what they called the “adrenochrome hypothesis”,[4] they speculated that megadoses of vitamin C and niacin could cure schizophrenia by reducing brain adrenochrome.[5][6] While the treatment of schizophrenia with such potent anti-oxidants is highly contested in literature, and adrenochrome is not currently believed to have any psychedelic properties,[7] a number of recently published papers consider Hoffer’s paper a landmark contribution to the notion that impairment of what’s now termed the anti-oxidant defense system (AODS) seems to play a role in schizophrenia.[8]

Amyloban 3399 does reduce voice intensity. I use it when D.E.N. and Haldol isn’t enough, during a flareup.

I too have it… There are two kinds of thought- first one is with words or monologue and the other is without words thoughts… Both of these are present from my extensive observation… It can’t be healed i guess but taking meds to calm down is the only applicable scenario… Since 2014 I have been in and out of this disease. But now I feel pretty sure it exists.

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