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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated April 10)
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Angus Bingerham - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 15:28:16 EST ID:r1Mmr6Rm No.364167
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i've accepted that im going to be an alcoholic until I die. regardless of the failed relationships, lost jobs, health issues, and familial disappointment, the few benefits outweigh the innumerable negatives.

my only question is how can I be a functional alcoholic for the next seventy or so years without significant loss of life quality. I have health insurance, I hydrate, I watch my diet, I maintain activity. I just wanna know if theres a cheat code to keep this going indefinitely. what careers can I pursue? what supplements can I take? how do I maintain a healthy, yet steadily alcoholic lifestyle?

also heres my instagram lets get this bread fam
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Barnaby Firringdere - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 16:26:45 EST ID:Bn/kwLBZ No.364168 Ignore Report Reply
>>364167
Wrong board?

Can I ask first, how old are you? I don't suspect you'll live 70 more years as an alcoholic.. especially not if you're already over 20.

I would suggest finding another drug. Perhaps a dissociative drug, maybe that's why you ended up here? Or be a stoner, or be a stoner who does dissociatives and drinks occasionally. Make sure you meditate and cleanse yourself. Also keep mentally stimulated because alcohol is connected to dementia. Good luck.
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William Dridgepodge - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 17:45:45 EST ID:PGlORJj6 No.364169 Ignore Report Reply
Wrong board but hallucinogens have been used to help alcoholism. Try drinking a shit ton of Robitussin and lay in bed with headphones on. The experience could change you.
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David Dartridge - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 02:43:41 EST ID:9eVcWQnQ No.364188 Ignore Report Reply
sorry fellas, wrong board.
let this fizzle away and ill try again on /drank/
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Beatrice Darringfuck - Tue, 30 Oct 2018 14:17:37 EST ID:+0IrMeze No.364252 Ignore Report Reply
>>364167
lmao hi drake
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Clara Drubberwater - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 15:15:17 EST ID:YPHPoSUM No.364263 Ignore Report Reply
>help me im an alcoholic
>”just chug some robitussin, that ought to take care of it”
I love you guys
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Esther Bomblefudging - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 15:27:55 EST ID:97OJAXu2 No.364264 Ignore Report Reply
legitimately, whenever i've started to become dependent on a substance i'll do a quick little dissociative binge or somesuch & it pulls me out of it really well

of course, the context for those have been "alright if this continues much longer it's going to become a real problem let's nip it in the bud"
extremely long term alcoholism aint gonna be easy any way you slice it, but i definitely think dissociatives could help stave off relapses

(like, no amount of dissociatives is going to get me off of the years of clonazepam i've been taking, that will take a long time of tapering (prescribed doses, never once recreationally)
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Charlotte Dobblefield - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 21:52:09 EST ID:Fe2bbqPy No.364287 Ignore Report Reply
Consider Ibogaine treatment.

Look it up. If you have the money for a session...it could be what you need.



As a hotfix...DXM usage could get you past withdrawals more smoothly.
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Albert Wungerchire - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 23:56:23 EST ID:9eVcWQnQ No.364320 Ignore Report Reply
>>364252'

hi stallion
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Shitting Fabberfot - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 06:49:46 EST ID:gq+kDDAq No.364323 Ignore Report Reply
>>364263
im not a doctor but should i do this
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Thomas Fellyman - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 08:59:38 EST ID:scsyoH/9 No.364324 Ignore Report Reply
>>364323

nah but LSD seems to help with alcoholism
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Frederick Cobberdene - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 10:54:43 EST ID:plATFSI8 No.364325 Ignore Report Reply
I regularly drinked DXM while also an alcoholic. I didn't help with the cravings, but it really helps with the physical withdrawal symptoms. Lots of unpleasant effects of alcohol or benzo WDs are caused by glutamate over-activity. Antagonizing NMDA receptors (which is a subtype of glutamate receptors) helps reduce the activity of glutamate. This doesn't only makes you feel better, but protect your nervous system(including your brain) from excitotoxicity, a form of toxicity caused by overly acitve stimulatory neurotrasmitter systems, especially glutamate and dopamine. In clinical settings, they doesn't use DXM, they use acamprosate, which is also an NMDA antagonist. Also, analgues of memantine and MK-801 are tested for withdrawals. So use DXM in the acute phase for neuroprotection and WD easement, but i don't recommend the PCP type of drugs because they have a lot of dopamine activity, and dopamine systems are already overly active, in fact they should be kept at bay with dopamine antagonist, especially tiapride is used for this purpose.
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Hamilton Bunderstad - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 16:47:06 EST ID:PGlORJj6 No.364326 Ignore Report Reply
>>364324
I remember reading or hearing that in the 50's PCP was tested along with LSD in the treatment of chronic alcoholics.


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