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... f itching. That is why so many use it in withdrawal from opiates and benzos. It has a calming effect. Makes us sleepy often when used. Things like Bendryl and Nyquil can be just as addicting as an opiate. They need to be used with as much caution as any prescribed med. Some supplements can be the same, also. ... (10 replies)
Nyquil
Aug 22, 2007
... Although it may seem trivial, Nyquil is addictive. Very addictive. ... (3 replies)
... normal and not like my teeth were going to grind themselves away... If you need Nyquil in an emergency I would reccomend using the Nyquil without the pseudoefedrine... they make it now with doxylamine instead.. ... (9 replies)

... Thanks Slippery for the advice. I know it can be addictive as well. I knew a girl a long time ago that was addicted to soma's and had always wondered how that could happen but I guess everyone is different. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Kim! Nyquil works ok, xanax works better. I know a lot of people on this board would discourage us druggies from taking another addictive drug like xanax, and rightfully so, but I have taken it during detox and on other occations and haven't had any wd's from it. But that's just me. ... (7 replies)
Alcoholic Addict
Nov 28, 2003
... orrible ear condition and my resulting poor mental health. Once, I believed myself a "problem drinker". Now I know that I am an alcohlic addict. Anything that is addictive hooks me right away. ... (1 replies)
... Since you are an alcoholic, which is an addiction, taking an addictive drug (any narcotic, Nyquil, etc), is a bad idea. The disease is just waiting for something else to take you down. Get some support, people have gone through what you are. What didn't you like about AA? (12 replies)
... Honestly, you need to toss the Tylenol 3's. All you're doing is trading 1 addiction for another and that makes no sense for someone who wants to be off of addicting pills. Your also taking a bunch of other addicting stuff like Prozac, and Ativan......all of this is just a recipe for continued addiction, not getting un-addicted. Drop the tylenol 3's now....and deal with... (5 replies)
... The problem with Sub is the addictive nature of it. ... (58 replies)
Vicoden withdraw?
Dec 13, 2007
... Although this is Thursday a.m., I'll still pass along this about sleeping and lack thereof. You had asked earlier in this thread about taking Nyquil to see if you can sleep. For me, I don't take it as it has alcohol. I avoid anything with alcohol in it for obvious reasons. ... (35 replies)
... I understand the Benydryl thing... well, I understand it because I would use that or Nyquil at times to sleep, not for allergies, but simply to knock me out. ... (9 replies)
... Hello to all and thanks for reading my thread. At 730 tonight it will be 3 days I have been clean. I have been taking Ultram and the withdrawals are sickening, especially at night. As with a lot of folks, I started taking them legit for Degenerative Disc Disease but there is some flawed wiring in my brain that liked them too much and led to my abuse of them. I have been on... (10 replies)
... supposed to be less addictive that other sleeping aids and some have said they aren't even in the benzo' family. DON'T KNOW THAT FOR SURE. LOOK IT UP. ... (58 replies)
... I've been using G for about 2 years. At first, just like everyone else's story, I would only take it at parties, mostly to kick in Ecstacy or even by itself just for a body buzz. It was cheap and readily availible. It seemed to be the perfect drug. No side effects (short term), fairly cheap and and incredible feeling. After awhile, I started making it. I figured if... (6 replies)


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