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Delirium from lorazapam by Mirai - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 18:19:27 EST ID:wieQ+p/L No.153402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Does anyone else here seem to get delious from Ativan? The first time I'd take. It, it made me fairly delirious, and does to me once in a blue moon still. Curious to hear some other experiences.
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Shit Cruvinghid - Sun, 02 Apr 2017 20:09:19 EST ID:GuAYwvrN No.153404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have a vague memory of this one ativan blackout but distinctly remember constant auditory hallucinations every time my memory turned back on., Though I also had dph and scopolamine at the time so I can't say if the ativan did it or if I impulsively dosed those and don't remember.
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Wesley Bennerwuck - Sun, 07 May 2017 00:37:10 EST ID:Oej+BgJK No.153700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>153402
Yes, on just 1mg too. They gave it to me in a hospital and I spent the next several hours with my vision unfocusing as I saw things that weren't there, similar to what I've heard Ambien is like.
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Corpus Crispy - Sun, 07 May 2017 15:57:13 EST ID:HnxzRvCM No.153703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>153402
Benzo withdrawals cause some pretty uncomfortable delirium
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Fuck Minderstetch - Wed, 17 May 2017 22:30:01 EST ID:4Fj7gTO3 No.153774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When I was in the psych they sedated me with 2mg lorazepam once (a few times). This particular time I heard one of the staff outside my room talking to another while repeatedly dropping his keys on the floor, like 10 times dropping them loudly, then I heard my own voice disembodied in my room say a poem about another patient there and I thought it was hilarious. Decided to stay awake and see where these hallucinations went, and promptly passed out.

I think lorazepam must work similarly to z-drugs, lightly. Never had this from any other benzo, only z-drugs and lorazepam.
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Frederick Nickleworth - Fri, 19 May 2017 03:22:05 EST ID:SGb+tAfF No.153785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>153402
i agree. ativan feels more like benadryl than valium for me. havent benzd in near 3 years but used to enjoy any except loraz
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Floyd !lEVA02JLzI - Fri, 19 May 2017 18:13:15 EST ID:+NVBDnI3 No.153792 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>153785
valium is the least like the other benz I've ever tried, funny you compare it to that one. ativan is less likely to cause me to black out, but other than that, xanax, ativan, and klonopin's are all closer to feeling the same while valium is quite a bit more enjoyable than those 3 (making it the only one really worth using).

I used etizolam or whatever once but apparently i blacked out and redosed only to come to 6 hours later still fucked with most of the vial missing and knocked over (only a tiny bit was actually spilled though so i obviously had used quite a bit before it was knocked over) and i had torn down my shower curtain somehow and a pack of ramen was exploded in the kitchen.

from what i remember, it wasnt much different than that group of 3 i mentioned. if nothing else it reminded me why i dont usually fuck with benzos, period, unless its valium and i dont go out of my way to find it.
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Floyd !lEVA02JLzI - Sun, 21 May 2017 18:15:05 EST ID:+NVBDnI3 No.153808 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>153802
I doubt it. Probably would cause blackouts at dosages too small for hallucinogenesis.
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Isabella Goodville - Mon, 22 May 2017 03:08:11 EST ID:mEVyVA/1 No.153812 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>153402
Ativan never really had any sort of effects for me. Though I have heard of a few people who do get delirium like effects from it. Highest dose I tried was 8mg and I didn't notice any effects at all.

>>153802
I personally love /del/ + Clonazepam it lowers my anxiousness and keeps a lot of the paranoia at bay throughout the whole experience. Also gets rid of any RLS like feelings and makes some other uncomfortable physical effects a lot less noticeable. Fapping still feels amazing and the audio and visual hallucinations seem mostly unaffected from this combo to. As for blacking out I have never had it happen but my dph tolerance is stupidly high while my benzo tolerance is on the lower side.
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Augustus Clottinghood - Wed, 24 May 2017 03:29:48 EST ID:PP1hY8Md No.153834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The first time I'd take. It, it made me fairly delirious, and does to me once in a blue moon

It actually did for me too, the first couple times. I distinctly remember seeing a water bottle sprout arms and legs and dance around on my desk (I may have also been smoking, can't recall). I don't still take it, but that effect disappeared for the most part after that except for rare instances, mostly when sleep deprived, combined with weed, or taken on the tail end of a stim/psy.

I experienced something similar with ambien. For the first three times or so, there were some hallucinations. In one instance I saw the text in tiny chat turn in to the blue ball machine animation. Again, this effect disappeared for the most part after those initial occasions.

My hypothesis is that these hallucinations are hypnagogic in nature, and as tolerance increases the window between resisting this specific effect and blacking out becomes asymptotically small relatively quickly.
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Archie Tillingcocke - Fri, 18 Aug 2017 04:01:47 EST ID:CQiqMOd1 No.154311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>153703
Benzo withdrawals are the best part of benzos.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 02:16:01 EST ID:+6CnvCUX No.154318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>153802
Never taken Ativan, but I've mixed etizolam and DPH without blacking out. It's worthwhile if you enjoy some of the effects of DPH but can't stand the restlessness, discomfort, and tachycardia. Otherwise, especially if you have a low tolerance to either drug, I'd steer clear due to the blackout risk.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 02:17:47 EST ID:+6CnvCUX No.154319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>154318
Dammit, this thread is months old. Nice bumps, Archie Tillingcocke.


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