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Discussion in 'Mental Issues' started by Frankdee20, Oct 31, 2017.

  1. Frankdee20

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    For anyone whose stared down the barrel of a grave, is alcohol or heroin worse ? I can’t do this anymore
     
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    Frankdee! Hang in there, please! There are people here who can help.. let's talk about it tomorrow.... get through tonight!
     
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    I’m okay today, the drinking has escalated quite a lot these past days. I know myself well, I know how stuck I get sometimes in existential stagnation. I am surprised I’m still living. Drank myself to sleep, well, it’s not sleep. It’s temporary attenuation.
     
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    Arnold, it’s an interesting piece. I always have been sensitive to acetylcholine. Too much always makes me anxious and depressed. I avoided anything that increased it in the diet. One time I recall eating 5 eggs, and an entire bundle of asparagus (acetylcholinesterase inhibitor). No good, some people just produce more than others.
     
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    Lithium makes me more functional even if it doesn't take away the depression. Interesting blog, some sources would have been nice to read for such bold claims.
     
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    Glad to hear you're still with us! I've seen you mention some issues with your reaction to pregnenolone... may be a good idea to ditch that for a while...
     
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    In Norway they said there is a phrase something like

    When you get out, there is hope

    You want to get out and walk around. I mean it's almost that simple. Lots of walking around, getting out, staying out...very very helpful.

    Ultimately everything is behavioral I think.
     
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    Yep, when you stay inside in captivity, you are gonna be captive. Be free, be very free, and break those chains. :D
     
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    Yeah, the alcohol escalation began these past few days, interestingly enough, so did the Pregnenalone consistent dosing. Possibly drank to quell the stimulation.
     
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    Yeah, it’s that simple. It’s amazing how I choose to remain captive. When the door is wide open.
     
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    I can relate. Its the weekends for me. I drink one drink and it leads to 2 days of constant drinking until I fall asleep. I havent got any solution and I will be watching this thread very closely to see if anyone can offer the way out.
     
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    The only way out is through.
     
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    Through? To get through it you mean? I agree but how, the drinking needs to stop!
     
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    If you are in the northern hemisphere metabolic energy is starting to drop due to less light, your body might be trying to make up for that via alcohol.
     
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    Yes, possibly so. I know what @Frankdee20 is going through apart from the heroin which I dont take.
     
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    The lack of sunlight this time of year might be making things worse. Getting red light, sunlight could help. Also, vitamin D. Keep your blood sugar up. B vitamins. Also if you haven't tried cyproheptadine, I found it helped.
     
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    Oh ***t, let me be clear that I don’t use heroin or any illicit drugs prescription or not. I needed a Catchy opener, and I appreciate the feedback from everyone. So yeah, FRANK DRINKS ALOT BUT DOESNT USE HEROIN LOL
     
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    Yeah, I love Vitamin D, and I moved to Sarasota, FLORIDA lol. Still above whatever degree lattitude for the sun to be in overhead position
     
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