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So can I drive by Hannah Wiblingcocke - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 14:59:22 EST ID:/aw9jl4Z No.29697 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If I've taken 10-15mg Valium the night before ?


BWS 2 by William Bondlepeck - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 10:04:08 EST ID:9UI2BRSD No.28884 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The last thread isn't bumping since it's beyond the post limit. So, time for a new thread.

How long have you been sober and what reasons do you have for quitting drug(s). For those who are completely sober from said drug or drugs, how has your life changed?

As for me, I've been on suboxone for a few days now. My outlook on life is becoming positive compared to when I was popping pills. I'm still smoking weed and that's the extent of my current drug use. Everyday gets easier and easier. I hope for the best and will put the time and the effort in to better myself as a person.
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Shitting Cringershaw - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 10:53:44 EST ID:rmdLJwRW No.29692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29687
Hey dude how are you doing with the kratom and cigs? Give us an update when you can.
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Matilda Pockspear - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 22:38:16 EST ID:J3rc3ObZ No.29693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>29692
Damn i'm surprised someone cares, let alone on this board. Its been 2 weeks today since i last used Kratom, and 9 days without cigs. The Kratom w/d has been completely gone for a week now but it worse than i thought it would be, not like anywhere near an average heroin habit w/d, but similar to hydrocodone w/d. Since there are so many alkaloids in the kratom leaf its like coming down from a bunch of different shit. I've heard similar things about the w/d from a poppy tea habit. Either way the feelings isn't really worth the risk anyways, though it is pretty damn safe in comparison to any synthetic or semi-synthic opioid but ive still met people who get themselves pretty heavily addicted to the stuff, so i think im done for good. As far as cigs go the patches are carrying me through but i don't miss them as much anymore, mint toothpicks help a ton, tobacco addiction is more complicated then people realize i think, when i let go of the weed i'll see how i do, in the meantime i've been more motivated to reel in all my bad habits, easier said than done. Thanks for letting me blogpost.
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Nigel Buzzlechun - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 07:56:15 EST ID:O2oCWrRB No.29694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29693
When you quit weed, get ready for some intensely vivid and downright bizarre dreams that last week's. Maybe longer, I'm only 3 weeks off it. Though insomnia will no doubt be your initial problem, the dreams can be just as bad at times. They're especially annoying when you do drugs in them then wake up utterly confused and angry at yourself for getting high before a few minutes pass and you realise it was all just a dream and you were in fact not smoking a blunt and doing fine with spiderman and your highschool crush in Kuala Lumpur.
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Nigel Buzzlechun - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 07:56:42 EST ID:O2oCWrRB No.29695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29694
Doing coke*
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Matilda Pockspear - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 11:51:21 EST ID:J3rc3ObZ No.29696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29694
I definitely have experienced some intense drug dreams, especially when i first got sober from heroin, coke and benzos years ago, i would actually get high in my dreams and wake up in a panic thinking i had relapsed.. Tbh weed is one of the hardest drugs for me to quit, not because the w/d is super bad or anything like that, but simply its easy to just be bored and think "why not". But i'm already getting over being stoned all the time, it makes me way too lethargic and out of it. i think once i run out of my current stash im gonna see how long i can go without smoking, it doesn't effect my life super negatively like other shit does, but it also hasn't really benefited my life as it did in the beginning. Day 15 no Kratom and Day 10 no cigs, thats a pretty good streak by my standards. Good luck to everyone else in this thread, hope things are working out.


Alcohol Abstinence Thread by Caroline Greenridge - Tue, 22 Aug 2017 07:47:47 EST ID:5nT9NWqY No.29436 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Greetings /detox/.

After really admitting to myself how badly my alcohol addiction was affecting other aspects of my life, I have made a serious decision to stop usage for a while. I am going to document my journey in this thread to amuse the bored, encourage those who may be dealing with similar problems, and to keep myself focused and honest. If I slip up I will be honest as well.

Little background:
>Duration of alcoholism: 8 years
>Frequency of consumption: 5-7 days per week with no period of abstinence longer than 2 days
>Amount consumed per day: ~7oz of ethanol in an evening
>Affected aspects of life: work, school, relationships, hobbies, mental and physical health

I am currently on my fourth day with no alcohol and I am already seeing and feeling notable improvements in my body and mind. I will go over how each day felt.

>First 24 Hours
By far the worst. Not only from the withdrawals, but the knowledge that booze is not coming any time soon. Sweating, shaking hands, lack of appetite, insomnia, flushed skin, increased blood pressure, irritability, dark and disturbing dreams when sleep comes in fits
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George Bunridge - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 01:09:59 EST ID:Miuyj/+F No.29655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29614
No dude, that's a setback. It doesn't have to be the end of the line.
Remember back when you were a little kid learning how to walk? Well of course you didn't because you were a fucking baby. This is what happens when you learn how to walk though: You fall flat on your ass, and you get up again. Over and over. Until you stop falling.

Everyone has done this. Fucking up and starting drinking again doesn't mean you can't stop, it just means you have to try again.
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Wesley Davinghood - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 14:46:19 EST ID:nkd0pxC0 No.29663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29614


>>29655 is right, it's not over! Fighting addiction is a really, really difficult thing to do, don't expect yourself to get it perfect right off the bat. Get professional help, talk to someone about this and maybe it'll be easier than doing it on your own. Keep trying, you can do it, it'll be fucking horrendous at times but people have done it before and you are capable of doing it too.

It's not relapsing that sucks, it's giving up. You deserve a good life without addiction. Keep going.
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Caroline Hennercocke - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 16:34:23 EST ID:L+zYr+DL No.29664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29436
>>29663
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Simon Haddlecocke - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 11:34:29 EST ID:+lQ+oiSH No.29689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Been drinking around a fifth a day for quite a few years now. Today is 10 days since I have had any alcohol. I still feel like shit but what I really need to know is are the tremors going to get better? They've been getting worse as far as I can tell and it's really starting to affect my job. People notice it and I really don't want to have that talk about my past. I think I can keep going without booze but I'm feeling worse every day now.
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Wesley Callerford - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 17:59:18 EST ID:EH+26nMR No.29691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here 5 months later. So far I have drank two 40's every night of this year. Tonight I am going to sum up all my willpower and not consume alcohol. Just gotta make it to 2AM... can't wait to toss and turn all night. If I manage to make it 2 or 3 days I will post my progress...


Quit smoking by Frederick Pizzlespear - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 19:41:56 EST ID:pcZeG0Px No.29155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey detox. I was wondering, what are some ways I can either reduce or completely eliminate my cigarette smoking? Should I buy a vape? Should I try to wear a nicotine patch for a while? I've been trying to quit for a month now and can't seem to pull it off. I'm only able to go for at most 2 hours without lighting up another one. I'm not planning on going cold turkey like that other thread's OP, and just so you know I'm smoking American Spirits and have been able to get myself off of the heavy black packs before, it's just hard to fully quit. I know saying they're American Spirits is just an excuse when I'm smoking every hour to hour and a half so it could still cause some damage. I really need some tips.
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Betsy Pablingham - Thu, 05 Oct 2017 01:40:24 EST ID:CWGeJwcG No.29505 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29504
Quit now. Nicotine is nothing more than a trap that literally doesn't do anything for you as the addiction to it will only manage to stress you out further. Whatever calming effects you're getting from it now will soon be completely meaningless and replaced by feelings of anxiety between every single nicotine fix you get if you continue, you're gonna fall into a huge money trap, you and all of your clothing will smell terrible, and on top of that you'll be risking your health.

I know I shouldn't preach about it, do what you want. I'm not your mom. But as someone that recently managed to quit, I'm telling you the truth.
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Jenny Cerringfut - Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:46:27 EST ID:tJu0vhb0 No.29607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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How I quit cigarettes, SUPER SECRET METHOD, I INVENTED IT!!!!:

>Start to be unable to breath when going to sleep
>Absolute hell
>Hide my tobacco in basement
>Run several times, even in middle of night to grab tobacco
Later
>Hide tobacco at park, 500 meter away from home
>Have to go in middle of night and smoke
>In 1 week, go from chainsmoking 24/7 to smoking 4-6 times
Later
>At apertment
>Craving come
>Suddenly Im in the park WTF? I JUST TELEPORTED?!
>Start to understand my addiction, A: Cravings comes in wave and last 5-7 minutes before it fucks off B: Nicotine addiction hijacks your brain/reasoning center, you are not a super ninja with iron will, it litterly hijacks ur brain and put you in autopilot, thats why I "only came to" when i was about to enter the park Walking removes cigarette cravings pretty well
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Jenny Cerringfut - Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:47:56 EST ID:tJu0vhb0 No.29608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29607
Forgot to mention, my method is so good, NO VAPING, NO PATCHES, NO SNUS, NO HYPNOSIS, NO BOOKS AND I GET TO BULLY MY SMOKING FRIENDS FOR BEING WEAKMINDED VAPING BITCHES HEEHEHEHE
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Jack Goodman - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 07:01:17 EST ID:NN11igoD No.29684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29155
My personal favorite is to overdose on tobacco in tea form so my brain associates it with violent purging and sickness.
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Hamilton Bubblesed - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 05:43:11 EST ID:EH+26nMR No.29688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29607

this is genius.


Haha Fucking Pussy Quitters by Caroline Drimmlehot - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 06:53:50 EST ID:6x4Kpcig No.29649 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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FUCK DETOX be a real man and do some more drugs.. Don't blame your problems on drugs and shit don't be such a BITCH and you wouldn't be "addicted". thats just a made up term anyways.. Grow the fuck up and do some more drugs.
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Beatrice Sigglehall - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 15:01:19 EST ID:NasmHurY No.29686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29649 u got a point there


Military Piss Test by Ebenezer Fanworth - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 01:22:04 EST ID:E6B/Rrfx No.29627 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I got accepted into the United States Air Force and was told next Friday (the 22nd) I would take my physical. This includes a drug test. To celebrate I took 100mg of hydrocodone about 3 hours ago, knowing I won't be able to do any drugs once I'm in the military. My recruiter texted me 30 minutes ago and said the physical has been moved to Tuesday the 19th. Will the hydros be out of my system by then? I'm nervous.
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Fucking Pittwill - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 14:29:57 EST ID:3LL+lcGR No.29630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Internet says it takes 2-4 days for hydros to leave your system. That's 96 hours max which would put me at Tuesday night. The physical is Tuesday night/Wednesday morning so if the piss test is that next day i should be good if I drink a lot of water and run everyday. ...right?
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John Sucklehall - Thu, 21 Dec 2017 08:48:29 EST ID:3tgrd2Ek No.29644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29630
100 mgs, arent they like 7.5 mgs a pill? Eeek for the time and eeek for rhe acetominophen amounts.
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I<3Jesus - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 23:24:17 EST ID:L+zYr+DL No.29650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would say there is a pretty good chance that the military will know about drug use if you speak about it on the internet.
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Alice Gungerlet - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 07:26:33 EST ID:FnBDQJS6 No.29685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29627
how did it go?


Anxiety off weed by Cornelius Grimbanks - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 08:56:10 EST ID:xSQ3CYRT No.29656 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I’ve been smoking for two years each night and I stopped cold turkey about over a month ago. Among other issues I have depression and anxiety and I made the decision because I didn’t think it was a good idea to smoke. Just got to a point where I couldn’t do it anymore (weekends being the exception)

Things are clearer but I feel more anxious and moody lately and it’s scaring me. Can anyone relate to this or provide advice?
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Ascetic - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 09:55:58 EST ID:L+zYr+DL No.29660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Perhaps do something in your life to have inner peace like something that helps rid a person of anxiety.
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Cornelius Dindersudge - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 19:10:12 EST ID:+YheMiae No.29665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29661

Oddly enough I don’t have the craving to smoke. That’s what’s bothering me. Maybe it’s just withdrawal.
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Angus Snodwater - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 00:58:07 EST ID:Miuyj/+F No.29668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29665
Yeah weed is very easy to quit. I don't think you have withdrawals, although I have heard rumors that heavy smokers can get them, I think they are bullshit.

What I think is going on is that you've spent so long in that comfy blanket of 11-OH-THC that you've forgotten what it's like to be completely sober:

Cold, stark and crisp.

I'm also assuming you started smoking every day for a reason in the first place.
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Phoebe Fuckingman - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 17:01:53 EST ID:/19boi00 No.29670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>29668

This.

Quitting daily use of any mind-altering drug and entering sobriety is bound to give anyone up's and downs and cause them trouble regulating their emotions for awhile.

You have to find a new way to help you cope with life because your brain has gotten used to the pattern of 'feel bad - get high - feel good'. You can try 'feel bad - meditate - feel better', 'feel bad - exercise - feel better', 'feel bad - meeting - feel better' or 'feel bad -fuck - feel better' or anything you can think of to supplement smoking weed with.
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Doris Gibblefoot - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 20:15:08 EST ID:G7GsfbOt No.29681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29670
Good way of wording it.


Hair Drug Test by Edward Woffingpot - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 19:23:05 EST ID:wsckM8Au No.29666 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just got my CDL, truck driving licence. Every company I look into does Hair drug testing. My hair is very long, been growing out for 5years, during those 5 years I dabbed everyday. Just quit 3 months ago. Do I need to shave my head to pass a hair test?
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Angus Snodwater - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 00:52:05 EST ID:Miuyj/+F No.29667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Those sneaky fuckers typically take a hair from your arm to circumvent that.
You need to shave everything, including your eyebrows, and show up to the job interview completely hairless.
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Lillian Summerbury - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 15:35:44 EST ID:+e22LHhM No.29679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29667
Bleach your hair blond then dye it back its normal color.


Weed Cessation: help and experience welcome by Shit Gebbleford - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 18:51:11 EST ID:4ZeJzgZq No.29400 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm stopping weed tomorrow completely after 5 years of daily vaping abuse

I was able stop for 50 days before so I know what to expect I had a mixture of the following:

  • depression (gray pointless outlook of life )
  • social anxiety
  • lack of humour and timing
  • easily fatigued
  • unable to sleep at times
  • night sweats


I want to lessen these withdrawal symptoms by doing the following:

  • find a support group (haven't found one yet)
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Henry Nickledale - Tue, 19 Dec 2017 13:25:51 EST ID:gbuZg/D3 No.29642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wish I could get the positive effects that some people mention when they quit. I quit two months ago with a small relapse a few weeks ago and I still don't feel any better. The only upside is I'm not spending all my money on weed.
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Edward Shittingcocke - Thu, 21 Dec 2017 11:57:16 EST ID:HWAFpMvc No.29645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29643
It's been three days since I last smoked. I feel a little bit depressed and I'm a bit agitated. But, it'll all be worth it in the end while I stay on my T-break and not slip up. I could buy weed today. But, it would kill the whole point of being on a break.
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Frederick Criffingstotch - Mon, 25 Dec 2017 00:15:14 EST ID:yXMCk9uK No.29648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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BEen sober for a week, it has been harder to fall asleep. Just that, luckily.

Im gonna kill the rest of my stash on new years eve on a massive smoking session. After that? Weed gone for good probably. I dont have any stoner friends anymore and I dont know any dealers. Weed has been a big part of my life for the last 8 years, being a comrade in good and bad time alike. Being the wingman I needed to change many things in my life. I guess im ready to leave the nest without it. I doubt i‘ll come across the good herb ever again.

Merry christmas everyone
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Clara Nickleham - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 16:26:48 EST ID:VyZCI4IX No.29674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How do I deal with rage?
Will taking it out on something help?
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Sophie Cuddlestone - Tue, 02 Jan 2018 00:15:44 EST ID:G2iYEKXR No.29676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29674

Take benedryl to help with the rage


Tramadol without withdrawals by Hamilton Cazzlebury - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 05:24:39 EST ID:4pImkNFk No.29672 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How much and how often can someone take Tramadol without worring about withdrawal symptoms? I got some for my back pain and about 100-150mg taken at evening is both pleasant and takes away my pain.
Can I continue with this dossage for a few days or will it give me withdrawalls at the end?
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Frederick Dodgedet - Sun, 31 Dec 2017 16:44:04 EST ID:OluZ9VzI No.29675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've had wd's from as little as 3 weeks of use, but that was extremely heavy use. Probably 300-400mg's a day throughout the day and night(took them around the clock for pain). If you use as much as you're using once a day you probably won't notice anything.

Tramadol withdrawals are pretty mild overall and for me they were always gone after 4 or 5 days. The only symptoms I remember were skin crawling and premature ejaculation(detox dick nawmsayin) as well as an overall sense of discomfort and fogginess.

If you have depression or anxiety it could get much worse during wd's but that goes for pretty much any drug.


Urine test by Henry Singerwill - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 00:30:45 EST ID:aiwpE0HC No.29652 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I applied for a job at a company which I just discovered does urine tests to new employees. I finished college last semester and I still haven't found a job so I've been smoking pretty much daily for the entirety of this semester. Assuming I get hired, I can't imagine the test being any day past Jan 15. How fucked am I?
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Henry Singerwill - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 00:31:28 EST ID:aiwpE0HC No.29653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
PS. Im bored af right now and I kinda want to smoke but I know that would be very stupid
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Wesley Parryford - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 11:45:37 EST ID:QLpUWLw3 No.29662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You're fucked, this is why it's generally considered a good rule of thumb to go clean for a month before even beginning your job search.
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Thomas Billingson - Thu, 28 Dec 2017 02:06:33 EST ID:aiwpE0HC No.29669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29662
that's a thing? I've never even heard of any companies around here doing urine tests before


Methadone Withdrawls by I<3Jesus - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 23:39:35 EST ID:L+zYr+DL No.29651 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello there. I am looking for information on Methadone withdrawls, not regarding myself but on behalf of others.

I have heard a person won't die simply from methadone withdrawals but could it trigger a crisis with another part of someone's body? I've also heard that methadone destroys your body while you take it.

Looking for important advice and warnings about methadone withdrawals and such things as these.

I am a noob. What is the easiest way to get into a detox facility?

Thanks for any help!
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George Bunridge - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 01:01:19 EST ID:Miuyj/+F No.29654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Before you get someone who knows what they are talking about to reply to your thread:

Iirc you can't die from opioid withdrawals. Lethal withdrawals are afaik reserved for benzos, barbiturates and alcohol.

The half-life of methadone is fairly long though, so the withdrawal will probably be protracted, if also come on more slowly.


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