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... If so, there is a drug my doctor just put me on called REQUIP that immediately took away these symptoms. ... (25 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)
... ted by trained professionals that are a wealth of information. The Ashton protocol is recommended. Water titration is explained as well and you can tailor your withdrawal with an excel spreadsheet. ... (11 replies)

... a big huge step you are undertaking,congrats on that,really.what you are expeiencing would most likely be considered "normal" under the 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. ... (3 replies)
... say thats it. I'm going into my 3rd month of recovery and I'm still having physical issues like leg cramps, jelly or rubber legs, nerve twitches, headaches,brain fog and no energy or motivation along with many others. Many people under estimate this drugs power but until you have lived with it you will never know its power. ... (25 replies)
... Some studies have shown some benefit from naltrexone and campral in relieving alcohol urges, but antabuse is the only drug that would ensure no relapses as long as you kept taking it. ... (3 replies)
... and it gives you a brain free of "fog. ... (3 replies)
... knowing right from wrong. ... (10 replies)
Jul 31, 2005
... Yes, as you said in your post, the Sub has definitely made a difference in my life and my outlook. It has, without a doubt, lifted that last persistant fog of depression that has always hung over me, no matter how effective the antidepressant. ... (12 replies)
... ctor. I have told both of them everything, so there is really no way for me to abuse the Lortab again, and like I said, I don't want to. I had not realized how fog headed it had made me until I was off it for five days. My husband also says you are absolutely right about the natural endorphins. ... (11 replies)

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