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Low Latent Inhibition Test? - July 1st 2010, 04:00 AM

Hello, I'm 15 and I am almost certain that I have low latent inhibition. It's kind of hard to explain, but for example; if I walk into a room and something has changed since last time I was there, I will always notice this. If I glance around the room, I will notice and process everything.

It also happens with sounds. Watching television is hard due to the high pitched ringing. The only way I have been able to suppress these "observations" (for lack of a better word) is by listening to music.

So I have a few questions;
- Is there a test for LLI? And if so, do they involve seeing a psychiatrist or a GP? I haven't told anybody about this and I don't really want to.

- Is there any medication to suppress LLI? I often get migraines, which I believe is linked to my LLI (if I indeed do have it, of course).

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