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... I do have a bottle of Naltrexone and also Campral and I'm thinking about getting back on one of them but I would really like to know if these are symptoms sound familiar. ... (3 replies)
... Im like 10 weeks off Klonopin, did a real slow taper. Have light sensitivity, tingling, wooziness, brain fog, and the walking sensation described. they say it all goes way but it can vary from person to person, anywhere from a few months to a few years. ... (3 replies)
... weeks off Ultram now and have experienced very little cravings for the drug, whereas with Hydro, I still think about it, sometimes, to this day! ... (25 replies)

... Not on it and I feel a little better. ... (8 replies)
... LA Act for it also because it was 4 to 6 weeks before I could do as much as go to the mail box, at one point I was having my doubts that I was going to make it, and I'm no whimp I spent my time in the USMC and done things that I would never thought would be as challenging this beast "Ultram". ... (25 replies)
... Alright. This is my fourth day clean and most of the symptoms have gone away except the extreme "brain fog". Hard to concentrate and get my homework done. A little bit cold as well but everything else seems to have passed. Will my brain ever feel "normal" again? ... (8 replies)
... I started taking it to help with the anxiety and residual dizziness from an inner ear infection. It worked beautifully and I felt WONDERFUL on it. ... (11 replies)
... denon hope you had fun last night, i know that taking the sharp edge off the pain can make us able to be with the people we love and enjoy our life as we should. ... (89 replies)
... had absolutely no patience with any discomfort I was experiencing and get this, he is a retired Dr! But, that is another story all together.....he is also an alcoholic... ... (11 replies)
... under the circumstances.as with any drug that your body is used to having,it will notice when it is not there anymore.this is the dependancy part of things.your brain wants it and your body does too.this just needs to be done under the supervision of your primary doc,just for these types of reasons. ... (3 replies)
... it's my experience that alcohol withdrawals are actually sugar withdrawals. have you noticed your diet and any changes in it regarding sugar? ... (3 replies)
... Alcohol withdrawals are actually...alcohol withdrawals! and can be deadly. You should consult a physician immediately. ... (3 replies)
... strange aches and sensations.. etc etc.. etc etc... ... (11 replies)
... Ok, so to start off. I am 20 and in college. I first used adderall six months ago and it did not make me feel "high' at all. I did 15 mg and the next day I did 30 mg. I did not stay up all night or anything. I did not have anxiety or and adverse side effects. ... (8 replies)
... No, Honey, there is nothing at all wrong with wanting to be alone. Quite honestly, withdrawal is all about the self. We concentrate on the self so that eventually we can share ourselves again. ... (59 replies)
Zombie brain?
Sep 27, 2006
... However, I have been experiencing loads of anxiety, panic attacks and my brain literaly feels like someone injected it with Novocaine. ... (0 replies)
... I was taking .5 mg of Klonopin for one week and then .25 for two weeks after that for sleep and anxiety. I stopped taking the klonopin two weeks ago when I came down with a horrible cold. ... (1 replies)
... I printed this out and will carry it with me, thank you :angel: (19 replies)
... I got some good suggestions from my therapist this morning for beating the obsessive and compulsive thoughts that always come once you stop using. For me this has been my downfall in the past while trying to get clean. ... (19 replies)
... Luckily, you are getting past the stages where the physical affects of withdrawal are starting to dissipate, now you've got to deal with the psychological effects and those are a real bear. ... (51 replies)




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