don't think this is what anon was talking about but interesting and related;
There's a bit of literature out there about schizoid personality disorder or early schizophrenia being misdiagnosed as high functioning autism at an appreciable rate. I imagine though the diagnosis is changed if the person then starts to deteriorate or exhibit worse symptoms, due to drug use or not.
I don't think that's what happened to this… thing. But it's hard to tell, everything she says is lies and she obviously has some sort of medical professional believing her version of events.>>357403>>357412
Yeah, the second anon is right. The pattern of use you're talking about does exist and cause psychosis though, just with with stimulants. It was really common back when doctors were prescribing housewives tons of "pep pills". Drug induced psychosis can occur after one trip on very strong hallucinogens, I think the type of trip is more important in the case of hallucinogens, because as the other anon said; your tolerance becomes so high they no longer work for a substantial time period.
People who are more susceptible to paranoid, grandiose thoughts are likely to have a "Bad trip" that leads to them exhibiting psychosis like symptoms. Instead of feeling like they're one with the universe or something nice and spiritual like that, they think they're at the center of a grand conspiracy. and just like the people who felt great are influenced by it when they're sober, so are the people who had a bad time.
It can literally tip people right over the edge into insanity, not that it's hopeless they can't recover though.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.