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Very glad to hear you go things under control. Anxiety, especial severe forms, can really poison one's life. Also great to read you managed to do all of it without psychotropics.   Ultimately I am still benzodiazepine free,have been exercising and drumming alot and have been very good for the last little while.   I would still argue benzodiazepines have their place in medicine, so long as they are not used for over a week in succession. In all honesty I would...
Hello,   I made some measurements on three "modulation" cables. Note that I did not listen to any of the tests, so there is no conclusion. I attached these cables in a manner that would be equivalent to an interconnect between a "liason"  (not sure if he means pre amp by this) source and an amp. In other words: low impedance (50 ohms) and high impedance (100Kohms).   After doing classic tests with sine waves, I could not see any difference btween the cables, no change in...
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Yeah as crazy as it sounds I can believe that. Cold sweats and feeling like I had the flu happened almost every evening for about a month and a half, generally an hour before I was to take my evening dose of Clonazepam and got worse the longer I waited. 45 mins or so after taking the tablet everything was fine. It was absolutely nuts to see how quickly things went haywire and how quickly they returned to normal.   I am very happy to be free of that cycle.
Sorry to hear about your story and thanks for sharing.   It really does seem to be hell if you are on the wrong side of the bell curve when it comes to pharma...   This is absolutely key, and others have touched on it too - Know thy med... or poison as the FDA refers to them.   Seriously, the FDA's definition of drug is:   Any drug is a poison; not all poisons are drugs.   While not to say medication is bad or anything, it does seem they are far more aware of the dangers...
I never took Diazepam / Valium, I took clonazepam. They started me off in the hospital at 2x .5 mg daily and then I asked to get off it and they switched it to .5 daily. When they switched from 2x a day which was way to much down to .5 it was still too much in the sense morning amnesia and milder ataxia throughout the day were still there. But it was at that point I realize how addictive the clonazepam was because my body was not very happy at all with the switch.   The...
Lol kinda neat I guess :P.   Sounds like low-rez Astral Projection at the begining... then it sounds like I am not quite sure what lol.
I have been lucky and had no issues coming of strong pain medication for my surgeries. Both times, after my month and a half script was up, I was merely a bit irritable. So again, everyone is different, I guess it either wasn't long enough or I just got lucky, or both.   Just to clarify I was not trying to undermine how addictive pain medication can be. I worded that wrong as "safe" would also mean non-addictive and that is not what I meant really. I was talking more...
  Well I'd just like to say thanks to everyone who responded or shared their own story.   Here is a small update a bit for anyone who might be interested:   Clonazepam only ended up exacerbating things in the end. Where lorazepam caught me off guard as I did not find it addictive, clonazepam I found to be very addictive as well as very debilitating and to have even worse withrdawal symptoms: Flu like feeling / fever / tachycardia / restlessness. These would present...
    Actually the mechanism by which MDMA is believed to acheive this astouding trait is quite interesting, and backed up / explained by numerous theories / models either directly or indirectly. Sounds like a cop out but I don't have the time or inclination to list everything, as the scope is so big my own understanding of it is humble. MDMA is not new, and is well documented in clinical practice before it was arbitrarily classified. The only reason the study is new is...
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