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Alcohol withdrawals by Hamilton Fanshaw - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 01:53:36 EST ID:Dr1hugF0 No.29403 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Meet old highschool female friend at party back in march, havent talked in years
>end up fucking her
>end up having fwb relationship
>Shes a complete alcoholic, tells me shes going to live with her mom in another state to get clean in june
>She goes, doesnt stop drinking
>Still talk to her every day
>She stops messaging me saturday, than sunday. uncharacteristic of her, she usually messages me every day
>Monday she sends a pic of her in a hospital bed
>Try calling her, shes completely incoherent, tells me she got pancreatis
>Try calling her again today after work, shes a little better but still pretty nuts

How long until I can have a normal conversation with her? She was drinking pretty hardcore, when she was here it was aboout 3/4 of a 1.75 of old thompson to an entire 1.75 a day, shes only 24 and shes damn close to being anorexic too
Esther Duckforth - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 02:34:50 EST ID:h8jtKti4 No.29417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If it's withdrawal/DTs then 4 days to a week before she's relatively normal. But I'm guessing she's gonna be on pain meds for awhile, making her loopy.
Pancreatitis is incredibly painful, can last anywhere between a few days to weeks. Glad she's got medical help though
Sidney Wudgenog - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 06:29:12 EST ID:qmdzHcYV No.29418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You sure you want to keep carrying her baggage? Don't believe this predicament of yours' is going to turn into some kind of Requiem for a Dream romance novel about how courageous you were to help a girl make it through hard times.
>inb4 you throw away $300+ on visiting her
>cue Biz Markie's Just a Friend

Think I fucked my brain up really badly with meth by Walter Monkinworth - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 03:03:51 EST ID:v8ZQe5dA No.29405 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A few weeks ago I did a gram of meth within 24 hours two times, no tolerance either time. The worst part was when I did about 0.6g within 4 or 5 hours (snorted and orally) Now I'm incredibly paranoid and anxious about everything and life feels horrible all the time. I also feel stupid, really fucking stupid and forgetful compared to how I used to be just prior to these insane doses. How long will this last?
Walter Monkinworth - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 03:04:56 EST ID:v8ZQe5dA No.29406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'll add, I had a full blown completely psychotic episode for about two weeks, which I've come down off slightly now but it's still there just not as intense.
Nathaniel Debberbet - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 21:38:10 EST ID:R4W/l+Nu No.29410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this means you're still high on the meth. This is going to be a looooooong comedown.

Short Marijuana Survey by Barnaby Manningkidging - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 21:13:14 EST ID:E7325fFN No.29387 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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help me help you by taking my short anonymous weed survey! https://tmblackley17.typeform.com/to/lx7ZVn It only takes about 1-2 minutes on average
Lillian Crobblelock - Fri, 28 Jul 2017 03:07:40 EST ID:XScBMwJY No.29396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not getting my email

Take Home Drug Test Faint Line by Reuben Fepperfet - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 21:10:21 EST ID:hDHWgiTJ No.28790 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a LabCorp urine test tomorrow.

I haven't smoked since Thanksgiving. I'm not a heavy smoker, I've probably smoked like 10 times in 2016 with a few weeks in between each session.

I've taken 3 at home urine tests, three different brands. They all come up negative, but with a faint line. One line isn't that faint though, and one is pretty faint. You get my point.

Doing some googling, I've heard conflicting things about this. Some people say "A line's a line, you passed" or "The faintness of the line has nothing to do with your ng/ml levels. The strips have no way to quantify it, they only show a line if you're under 50 ng/ml" but some other people say "The fainter it is, the closer you are to 50 ng/ml"

What's the truth here?
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Matilda Blodgenetch - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 02:56:20 EST ID:00C6EdfK No.28816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
doesn't it vary based on the type of lab test?
Simon Suckletat - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 16:44:58 EST ID:VyZCI4IX No.28982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have one of these tests, "care check" brand from Amazon.
I smoked yesterday and almost daily whole last month, and mine looks exactly the same, a faint line.
I think these tests are B.S.
Esther Dendlefuck - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 15:33:45 EST ID:C1mJOnAl No.29054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This happend to me for a court ordered drug test and the guy said it meant that the thc was almost out of my system and he counted it as a pass.
WG - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 19:58:48 EST ID:ml7mVqZ2 No.29333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Exactly this happened to me. I took this product called zxxtra clean, and passed within the same day for probation.
Osterbach - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 16:06:26 EST ID:As6HHgOl No.29395 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If the line is visible = a pass. The faintness of the line doesn't matter.

Cocaine Detox by Cornbread Warrior - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 12:17:17 EST ID:DqKLNsTl No.29389 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How long does cocaine stay in your system in your experience?
How much did you take?
How many days did you consecutively take cocaine?

I'm curious as to this question because i snorted a gram of coke over the course of 48 hours and i've got a probationary UA tomorrow, 6 days later. Wondering whether the cocaine will probably be in my piss or not.
Osterbach - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 16:03:36 EST ID:As6HHgOl No.29394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
6 days? You're good. It usually leaves your system in about 2-3 days.

Suggest /weed/ detox products by William Firryway - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 14:55:25 EST ID:spHbhpVC No.29390 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have no idea what Im looking for outside of being a 'heavy user'.

I don't have an impending deadline, but do want to be able to pass a drug test soon. Ive already taken basic steps like extra excercise and daily cranberry juice chugging, but after 2 weeks of that resulting in a negative (I tested myself), Im ready to invest in something that will help me break down the offending and conspicuous chems from my system.

What have you used? So far in my own browsing Ive seen options averaging 20-120 usd, which I think is a good place to keep it.
Jenny Crengerpen - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 16:29:38 EST ID:gbuZg/D3 No.29391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nothing works. Your only option is to do an internal dilution by drinking a ton the day of the test. Make sure you take some creatine so they don't detect it but not too much or they'll get suspicious. Also eat/drink lots of sugar the day of the test so your body is in fat storage mode rather than fat burning mode.
William Firryway - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 16:42:05 EST ID:spHbhpVC No.29392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So you're saying absolutely nothing out there will aid in breaking down thc from my fat cells?
Fuck Banderford - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 01:50:02 EST ID:4so7j4fN No.29393 Ignore Report Quick Reply
only exercise will do that but it raises the levels of metabolites in the urine because you are excreting them faster .

Dilution/Adulterated? Trying my luck here (sorry mods) by Molly Pommledale - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 19:43:51 EST ID:S4u5ETo0 No.29342 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So there's no way I'm passing a test with my own urine. I had a friend pee into a 3 oz. bottle that I'll be holding against my taint before the test. The only problem is he only filled it 90% of the way. When I walk I can hear a sloshing sound and I'm worried someone will hear it when I walk past them to go to the bathroom.

Do you think I could just fill the rest of the bottle with water and get away with it?
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Molly Pommledale - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 19:57:45 EST ID:S4u5ETo0 No.29346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This will be my 4th substituted test lol, every time with somebody else's actual urine. I'm going with the bottle inside a sock beside a pack of hothands until I'm ready to go, then putting it under my balls inside some compression shorts when I go, testing the temp and relying on my body heat to bring it to equilibrium. Only problem is I'm going with somebody else so getting to it could be an issue.

Guess I'll just have to practice some more.
Shit Gusslehall - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 20:01:09 EST ID:zUbRuK/c No.29347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like you know the drill then. I was just thinking synthetic since that's what I've done, not someone elses's.

Supervised test? I don't know about that man, maybe you should do an oil change :^).
Nathaniel Purryfidging - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 20:06:17 EST ID:S4u5ETo0 No.29348 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I only know about actual oil changes and "checking for oil," if you know what I mean, haha. I'm not sure I know what you mean, though.

I hope it's not supervised-- my company is merging so it's a pre-employment screening. They didn't watch me at LabCorp so I doubt they will here.
Shit Gusslehall - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 20:44:26 EST ID:zUbRuK/c No.29350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nathaniel Purryfidging - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 20:47:33 EST ID:S4u5ETo0 No.29351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bahaha, what the fuck!

Potential job with a drug test incoming by Eugene Naffingked - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 10:25:59 EST ID:vIbnG9OW No.29312 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have an interview later today at my local Red Lobster. I am no heavy smoker but I'd say for the past 5 weeks or so I have smoked 1-4 times per week. Some days I smoked a tiny bowl shared between 2 other people and other days I smoked a blunt between me and a friend. I am uncertain of the kind of drug test they will use at Red Lobster if I get hired but I am kind of sweating about it.

I need to get a second part time job. I've been applying to jobs like crazy for the past few weeks and Red Lobster is the only place to get back with me. I don't want to screw it up with the only potential job I could get this summer.

Tips? Knowledge about Red Lobster/similar restaurants drug screenings? Do employers really care anymore about weed as long as I'm not showing up high?

Oh and I live in medical-only state btw.
Matilda Savingfoot - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 11:40:29 EST ID:XScBMwJY No.29313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Drug test for red lobster wow

I thought they just did that at jobs where there's thinking or safety concerns

I'd say go fuck yourself if a place like that asked for that, it'd be like 'no, so let's move on with the interview'

There can't be that many applicants, fuck them
Matilda Savingfoot - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 11:41:43 EST ID:XScBMwJY No.29314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Btw I'd say the same thing whether I'd fail the test or now
John Nickleridge - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 11:42:43 EST ID:Nw1d/+96 No.29315 Ignore Report Quick Reply
*fail the test or not
Jack Gennerbanks - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 19:24:47 EST ID:2YqzeOnD No.29321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Restaurants only typically drug test for management or if you hurt yourself on the job and are filing for workers comp.
Caroline Driggledork - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 05:56:54 EST ID:Bx5qEi5x No.29329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
use google my friend

according to this, only if you are injured, so dont worry about it. instead of stressing about your urine solute levels, instead start thinking about what sort of things youd like to say in the interview or how you may handle some expectable questions; i.e.: why do you want to work here, why should we hire you, will i give a shit you interviewed later when my boss makes me pick someone and did you leave any good impression on me?

we are always short handed at the place i work and the manager who hires basically hates it, gotta sort of think from their shoes, its not like any normal person enjoys conducting an interview either, so just think of that and it may be easier to have less anxious convo

Time to stop drinking by Doris Grimhall - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 18:11:33 EST ID:3e/ahp6i No.29325 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have been abusing alcohol for a few years now. I wanted to stop at the beginning of this year but here I am, continuing to go on benders. I have almost ruined my job and college education with alcohol, and I honestly don’t know how I’ve managed to make it all work this long.

There are so many things I want to do that I can’t or don’t want to do when I’m drinking. I want to learn a new language, and learn how to play an instrument. I want to read books again, and be creative. I want to get a job in another state and move out of this small town. I want to be in a relationship. These all interfere with my drinking, and continue to be ideas that linger in my head.

I would rather not join an AA meeting as I feel as though I would just lie to the other members and continue drinking, just as I have done with most of the people in my life. I scheduled a physical with my doctor for the soonest I could get in (end of august) and I want to talk to her about my drinking and possible medications that are meant to help with it.

But that’s 60 days away and I want to stop now, and I can’t seem to stop longer than a few days. I appreciate any advice I can get on quitting alcohol.
Samuel Blizzlesetch - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 19:41:25 EST ID:evLEtHOg No.29326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
when you are tempted to buy alcohol, remember all the things you want to do that you won't be doing that night. use them as a reason to stop drinking. if you avoid it that day, congratulate yourself on the money saved.
Simon Subblewill - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 03:31:25 EST ID:XScBMwJY No.29327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Talking to the dr is the best idea, they can really help or point you in the right direction

Good move not goin to aa as well

You will feel better and life will improve, and it really won't take long without booze to see.

You can do it. I have faith in you.
Caroline Driggledork - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 05:49:33 EST ID:Bx5qEi5x No.29328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
im one of the alcoholics with a thread up on /hooch/. im pushing hard to detox myself. after hundreds of consecutive days of drinking i have taken 4 days off

the first 48 hours is the hardest. i was shaking, really irritable (and not to be a self righteous fag but i am generally very good at maintaining a polite demeanor even if i feel bad), sweating a lot, not much sleep (maybe 1 hour total each of the first 2 nights) twitching, stomach/intestines gurgling, it was really hard. i kept myself busy with cleaning and yardwork and shit or i would just go for a long ass power walk

any way i am on day 4 now and i am feeling good. my hands are getting steadier

Detox Questions: Alcohol Withdraw seizures/panic/hallucinations by Cornelius Hondlefield - Mon, 29 May 2017 09:45:33 EST ID:1y60y/qS No.29260 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone have experiences with alcohol withdraw and hallucinations?(and seziures?)
I had typed up a fucking novel, but I realize that people probably don't wanna read that shit (since most of this board is ppl asking about piss tests for weed lol)

Anyway, years ago at a darker part of my life, I was living alone and drinking a llllloooootttt. I'd smoke weed a lot too. I had problems but didnt want to admit it. (Im better now but still wonder about these things, hence the thread)

I think I had a few seziures but Im not 100% sure I actually had them because I was living alone.
I also had a few visual hallucinations which I'm not even 100% sure happened, too.

Everything Ive read, people seem to rarely have hallucinations because of alcohol withdraw and when they do they apparently have mostly auditory hallucinations. Mine were visual, and sometimes they were delusions as well. Here's what I remember:
-being convinced I saw an "irl enderman" (from minecraft, fml) who was "moving around blocks of reality"
-being convinced I saw my car (with the stickers I had on it and everything) getting towed while I was eating breakfast at iHOP. After finishing my food, my car was right where I left it.
There are a few more but I'd rather not talk about them because they feel too personal.
Ive only ever had any of these things happen at this one point in my life, so I think I can rule out mental illness as a cause and attribute it to booze and withdraw.

Anyway, anyone have experience with alcohol withdraw? Did you have seizures and live alone? Did you have any visual hallucinations? Delusions? TY guys.
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Isabella Hirringwater - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 23:51:30 EST ID:1tQuqtBy No.29278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I am epileptic.

I will tell you about my seizures, but everyone has their own versions. I do not see or hear things except in one type of seizure. All of my seizures affect my memory heavily. Anything before, during, or after I will not remember. After a seizure I will need to sleep for literally 24 hours.

Before I have a grand mal, I will have an intense feeling something is wrong (bad enough I called my Mother at midnight four states away during my first seizure), I will pace and lay down and pace some more as I get extremely anxious with dread, then I will see a flash of green, I will say "something's wrong", then I will go blind, then I lose consciousness and start convulsing on the floor with the eyes in the back of my head. When I come to, if anyone is trying to hold me to stop the convulsions, I will be combative but I won't remember this. I will be confused and disoriented. I may have another grand mal 10 minutes later.

The other one, there is no warning. My vision/perception will be skewed, I will be overly talkative and not myself like I am on drugs, my speech is slurred, and I have dry mouth. I know when I am having one.

The third one is harder to explain. It begins with intense head pain. I will know then that I am having a seizure just by how I feel. The voice in my head, my stream of consciousness, literally diverges into two as if there were two people in my head. Then I can only remember flashes of events. People who pass me will ask me if I need 911 or help, because I guess they can look at me and tell. I cannot walk I keep falling. Then I will lose about 10 hours of time with 0 memory and be in a different place with no idea how I got there. One time my pants were covered in blood that I do not think was my own. Then I have to sleep.

So did you lose track of time, lose memory, or see visual hallucinations and need to sleep excessively after? That would be a seizure.

If you were really seeing things and hearing things, that would be more like schizophrenia.

But alcohol withdrawal will cause seizures and hallucinations. So probably both. Be thankful you did not die from alcohol withdrawal
Edwin Turveyfoot - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 03:33:26 EST ID:p9wE5ELY No.29280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Alcohol overuse is bad news . Can be sleeping and have these, the bizarre dreams, can be awake or sleeping. Hearing things, seeing things, can just be jumbled all together. If you cannot navigate basic activities, loss of navigation balance, barfing then it is likely bad. Not just a hangover, but serious issues.

Things can go from bad to extremely bad in just moments like these. Calling ambulance or getting to an er with a friend is almost certainly the best bet and done quickly.

Doctor may ask "see things one the walls?" Black things, weird visuals things, hearing things. Other basics, what day it is, president. The latter may not be answered because of basic confusion and mental sate. But the hallucinations if asked should actually resister and answered as asked, so they can best
help you and determine 'yours' and their priorities in treating you.

An IV should be started pretty much immediately after they get you situated. If needed a valium dose may be administered immediately if needed.
The negatives should start to subside to a reasonable level in a short time, 5 minutes to start. This may not work within 10 15 minutes. So one would
likely get another dose fairly quickly, or get started with ativan through their iV. These should stop most of the bad feelings, hallucinations.

If things do not get better or even worse, like a seizure, being admitted would be what they would have you do. Days weeks of drinking takes a toll. Short stay in the hospital, an hour or 3, a day two, if seizure related a week maybe, heavily sedated to avoid another possible seizure. With the atmosphere, the doctors, friendly nurses, other workers etc, should feel fairly content and comfortable and sleep pretty well.

If not staying long a prescription would get you over the 2 3 4 day sensitive time with a 5 day prescription. The initial hospital visit would rid you of most issues. Shakes if you happen to have had them them. You may still shake, sweat one moment freezing the next, for a few days. Generally feeling bad but lasts a few days if sent home, day 4 start eating again. Getting back to a feeling normalcy, instead of drinking is best.
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Alice Cligglebug - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 01:35:44 EST ID:KjOXotsT No.29311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've had auditory hallucinations once. They started maybe 30 hours after the last drink, maybe a 2 week binge. At first it was everyday sounds looping, like the car sounds lasting too long, music playing after I closed the stereo. Just felt disoriented and didn't mind.

Went to sleep and started getting severe tinnitus. So painful I couldn't sleep. I thought it might even be somatic for a while.

Then a train passes by. Fuck...that train is long. Rails still chiming. Maybe after 10 minutes I realize: it's in my fucking head. Laid scared on the bed for a couple of hours. All kinds of vehicles join that train. Then random music comes by. Annoying at first, mundane but ok later. A real cavalcade of things by now. Then the speaking - at first random (like the world 'Holmenkollen') - then all sorts of phrases.

I think: "is this how serial killers go crazy" - then the voices start to tell me to kill. FUCK FUCK FUCK why did I think that? I panic and google "how to stop hearing voices" and schizo forums tell me to read something or think about pleasant things. It worked! I could control what the voices said now. It was fun for a short while but still scary. In my head I composed an orchestra for three flutes and two female voices. Thought it was brilliant, lel, but my notes were unreadable in the morning. It would've been shit anyway.

After a very long night I hope I'm through it. But alas, no. I keep hearing door bells and doors shutting and shit. I call the ER to ask if it's worth coming over, they said yes. Ask my dad to drive me there, he couldn't care less and didn't even seem to believe me. Well at the ER all the fucking noices start looping and the nurses get concerned at my 1000 yard stare. Normally you have to wait for hours but I got to the doctor in less than one. So the triage concidered it serious. He wanted me to stay there for the night (he said it might develop into full blown delirium) but, as it's notoriously difficult to fall asleep there (so much light and noise and terrible beds), I insisted I take some medication home with me and sleep over at someone. I would have taken fucking neurolepts at that point so I was positive…
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Shitting Gongersutch - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 09:57:30 EST ID:qBV3hwUu No.29317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I quit drinking recently after 6 years of a quarter to half a liter a night. I just up and stopped to study for finals, which actually did work out, but I dont recommend doing this without benzos like I did. It took about 10 days for my hands to stop shaking, but the hallucinations went away after 3 or 4 and werent nearly as vivid as what you described.

My situation was complicated by starting an ssri about a week before the last drink which causes minor visual halucinations anyway. I would recommend this to keep your energy up and let you get your shit together, but remember that the "buzz" will wear off in a few months. Might be worth bringing up with a doctor. Anyway, if you are continuing to have any kind of visual halucinations after a week without drinking, Idk man. Really, if you are experiencing things that didnt happen and seeing people (not just hearing sounds) that arent there, on a regular basis, you need to see a doctor and be observed for a while. If you say anything implying you could be a threat to yourself or others, that is how they will interpret it. If you are, say so to a doctor asap, just hopefully not in the fucking ER or anything like that.
Shitting Gongersutch - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 10:57:11 EST ID:qBV3hwUu No.29318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>further advice for winos from a stranger on a drug imageboard:

If you think you had a seizure from alcohol withdrawl, that is some serious life and death shit, which seems unlikely if youre concious and not in the ER. Im not a doctor obviously so I could be completely wrong.

Expect to see shit moving on the floors and walls in your peripheral vision, especially in the dark. The worst for me was the sound, since I have people living above me. I would hear someone walking or talking and it would replay in the absence of other sounds. It had a strong effect of making me feel the presence of someone else in my apartment. It basically went away in two days though.

Your shins and arms and maybe other muscles be really sore for a while if youve been on a bender, from lactic acid or something. If youve been drinking at Jim Lahey levels for even just a long weekend, you will get this. If youve been doing it on a regular basis, this shits going to take like a week to go away and it will make it hard to even go up stairs.

Stock up melatonin and diphenhydramine, but try not to get a tolerance. Maybe weed if it doesnt keep you up. Dont start slamming a ton of red bull either cause it wont work like it used to and soon you wont need it. Funny thing, the melatonin will actually start waking you up at the right time when you are getting real sleep, instead of just making feel drowsy.

Take B12, B complex and D vitamins like you should have been all along.

Its going to feel like your drunk when you try to drive for a week or even two, even though youre totally dry. Part of it is the light sensitivity, but theres also a kind of fog.
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IT COMES by Sidney Homblewell - Sun, 28 May 2017 20:13:47 EST ID:CYANx1Lz No.29257 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay so I beat my addictions a few years ago and i'm pretty comfortable using occasionally. For the past couple of years i've been able to enjoy drugs of all kinds maybe once a month or two without feeling the need to get more, i also have less binge behaviour and seem to know when to stop. Hooray for me i seem to have positively developed....

Except disregard all of the above cause over the past week i've been considering buying many many drugs in bulk, there has been no specific opportunity to do so I just really want loads of stims, benzos, ketamine and hooch. I can't explain it, i really couldn't afford to buy anything right now but i know that if i decide to do it i'll find a way to get hold of the money.

Help, how do i stop myself from relapsing into the very fucking tempting world of drug use and escapism? It's on my mind every night and i've developed some pretty horrible insomnia.
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Molly Bricklebodging - Wed, 31 May 2017 18:41:06 EST ID:CYANx1Lz No.29268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here not sure if my ID has changed.
I know what you're on about, I have been able to take drugs without going too far since i stopped being an addict. I don't take them often but I do indulge it's just all about riding the line between fucking things up for yourself and having fun.

I don't know if i'm at the stage where I could keep spare drugs in my drawers right now but it was possible for me in the beginning before I got too deep.

In response to my OP, i haven't bought any drugs yet, the feeling has kind of passed a bit but i think the reason i didn't get any is cause i'm so broke right now. At least i have my priorities straight.

It's good to hear you can get by while keeping a stash, did you develop a serious addiction at some point or have you just corrected some of the first symptoms and decided to try keep yourself right?
Hugh Novingbanks - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 00:30:27 EST ID:G2iYEKXR No.29269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It all started last year when I found K. Fell in love with it straight away. I was doing it pretty much every day for the summer (I had a job then). Then my money started dwindling so I started taking xanax to get by and try to "replace" the urge.

Then when school came along, I found out that my brain didn't work as well as once before, and I was unable to keep up., so I started taking adderall every day as well. Thankfully, I was very busy keeping up with school and work, and my xanax supplier ran out, so I was somewhat forced to stop xanax. I found out I failed a course last winter and the rest of my marks were sub par, and thats when I got out of the K delusion and realized I had somewhat a problem. I stopped taking ketamine a couple months ago but I kept doing adderall pretty much every other day until the school term was over, and smoking weed to ease the comedowns.

Oh, and during the school term I found another source to get xanax but I only took a few from time to time because I was afraid of getting hooked into it again.

So it was about a month ago that I decided I needed to take a break from drugs, and stay away from it all as much as possible, so I pretty much stopped everything besides weed, then I slowly cut back on weed too until that too was stopped.

I guess you can say I wasn't too deep into addiction yet, compared to many users here since I never got into opiates. But yeah the speed/xanax/ketamine combo did mess me up, and made my school year a nightmare. The adderall didn't really help me after a point, I just needed it to catch up, and I was always catching up since I couldn't keep up on days without it. I was also drinking and smoking a lot during this whole time. My school marks went straight down compared to first year and I also quit my job.

I feel like my brain was fried, and I want to give it some time to let it heal and strengthen, at least for now.

Anyways, I am glad you didn't give in yet to buying any drugs, and if you do decide to, maybe keep the ones you have decent control over. Like for me, I still don't keep any ketamine around in my drawers because I know that is my "main" addiction. Hopefully I ca…
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George Bunningford - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 10:33:08 EST ID:CYANx1Lz No.29273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Heh your drugs of choice are the same here, I was mostly hammering MXE and ketamine for a year got myself into IM injecting it, managed to pick myself up a physical benzo addiction too while using amphetamines occasionally for motivation / productivity.

Also throw in a whole bunch of RCs, two hospitalisations through OD and not many days sober and you end up in a world of shit.

yeah i'm not going to buy anything, thinking back tells me I know i'll take everything I have available so it's best to just buy smaller amounts as i need them.
Fuck Fenningbare - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 23:21:41 EST ID:G2iYEKXR No.29284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Haha what a great coincidence!
Well its nice knowing someone else is going through similar struggles as I am Warm regards

I never dabbled with RC's although I was very tempted to order etiz on the clearnet. But I was drinking pretty much every other day as well, which was also very destructive.

Good hearing that you didn't cave in. Keep it upppp!
Walter Hobblehall - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 01:55:39 EST ID:CYANx1Lz No.29308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Still not using drugs, financial situation is still bad enough to stop me from making a bad decision. Hopefully i can continue that once i get some more cash in.

Etiz was also a problem of mine for a while, i ended up buying the powder of it eventually and just dabbing my finger in the bag with no idea how many mg i was doing.

Anyway hope your struggles ain't too bad my man

5 days home from rehab! by John Furrydat - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 13:36:05 EST ID:JXGit19m No.29285 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Graham Briffingwat - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 12:50:58 EST ID:JXGit19m No.29303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Honestly, it had stopped being fun a long time ago. I used to relax, but it made me on edge. I used to sleep, but it gave me insomnia. I used to forget my shitty childhood, but it gave me nightmares. I actually burned out my opiate/alcohol receptors and it does the opposite of what it is supposed to do to me. They put me on naltrexone to help with cravings (an opiod site binder) and it gave me panic attacks.

The worst part is that I still WANT to drink. I'm not going to be so dramatic as to say every day is a struggle, it isn't, but it is still weird to get home from work and not pour a shot and pack a bowl. Self destruction is what I was doing though, I had become content to drink myself to death.

pic related: how I think of booze these days
Barnaby Sinninghall - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 21:59:31 EST ID:mQ4jpkl6 No.29304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No one cares, I've been 6 times.
Caroline Fomblewet - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 09:13:20 EST ID:JXGit19m No.29305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that interests me. why did you keep going back?
Alice Dendlefetch - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 02:32:41 EST ID:G2iYEKXR No.29306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks. How long did it take for you to get used to being sober?

Any tips on an effective transition from drug user to being clean? Whats a good method to subside the cravings when one is feening and how to keep depression at bay?
John Pedgedock - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 13:31:39 EST ID:JXGit19m No.29307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It took about 3 weeks for the cravings to get to a manageable level, after week 5 sobriety was pretty much the new norm. I still crave daily but it is more of a passing thought than a dire urge like it used to be.

I had to go through medical detox to handle the withdrawal and cravings, so that worked for me. not everyone needs medication to keep the shakes away and I am not a medical professional. talk to your doctor.

it turns out that lots of addicts are depressed or have other underlying mental health issues that cause them to self medicate. I was diagnosed with ptsd while i was in rehab and a lot of my cohort received similar diagnoses. The cycle of group therapy to individual therapy that was made available to me helped me to understand the reasons behind my drug and alcohol use which in turn helped me to understand why I should refrain from self medicating.

If you are depressed seek help for that and the use may subside on its own.

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