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Re: Insomnia-euphoria

Posted by undopaminergic on February 10, 2020, at 5:42:54

In reply to Re: Insomnia-euphoria, posted by rjlockhart37 on February 9, 2020, at 22:40:53

> oh yes, it has happened to me, i know what it feels like, you can't sleep, and you dread not being able to function the next day, then when you force yourself to get up your dopamine levels are elevated, it's a sleep deprivation symptom meaning hte body is using additional resources to keep the going. It's almost like a buzz or a slight high, but eventually you have to get sleep, because it will wear you down and down, until you can't function. I've gone sleep deprivation for about 2 days on a buzz, but anything after that you wear down.
> Your neurotransmitters are elevated in response to keeping goign without sleep, yes its almost liike a high or buzz. But eventually you have to get long rest. If your up for days, you start to feel like your goinging into madness, and lose track of things. But first few days are like a buzz.

With stimulants, I've been up for a number of days. 4, 5, maybe more.

I discovered that there is a training effect -- you get better at staying awake -- but until you learn to handle it, you should beware of psychosis. I developed paranoia and eventually auditory hallucinations, and I ended up in hospital.





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