Speed withdrawal

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Nikola
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Speed withdrawal

Post by Nikola » Sun Feb 19, 2012 4:21 am

Alright..for the past month and a half I've been using amphetamines on a somewhat regular basis. It hasn't been daily use, looked more like: using for 3 days, then recovering a few days, then using for a few of days again etc. The doses were medium and the past week I reduced the doses.

I know this isn't too difficult of a thing to get through, not too long and not huge dosages. The problem is, I have A LOT of work to do in the near future and I just can't use this shit any more because I feel like my brain is shutting down.

My plan:

-Eat foods rich in tyrosine, zinc and iron (eggs, yogurt, meat). Eat about 5-6 smaller meals per day so it doesn't slow me down.
-Do weight lifting for about an hour a day, 5 days a week.
-Drink lots of green tea and some yerba mate.

Any other advice? I have some kanna and a bit of kratom left, could I make use of this?
Thanks
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Re: Speed withdrawal

Post by Nikola » Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:49 am

well, now that i'm done with it, i have to say, what helped most was the weight lifting, yerba mate and yogurt.
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Re: Speed withdrawal

Post by lost » Sat May 12, 2012 6:11 pm

Sorry nobody had any advise, glad to see you made it! Funny how we are able see when we are doing wrong and find a way to fix it. I am not sure if anyone could really tell you how to make it through. Good the see that it was healthy choices vs a replacement.

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