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tolerance -gaba receptors

Posted by rjlockhart37 on March 2, 2020, at 18:35:29

i've been taking diazepam, i hope tolerance does not happen. It's like i have to drink a tequila or phenibut to make the anxiety go away completely. This is tolerance a medical condition, and im not, im a small dose of diazepam. But combinations with other things such phenibut, can degrade the gaba receptors, i already know about rehab, i know how it works you sit in session groups and tell your story, and do all this brain wash stuff then they release you. I know the process, its like going through a car wash and getting scrubbed up and then leave.

I really am worried, i've been reading that you have to let the gaba receptors heal, or balance out. God you just feel trapped, nothing you can do but pray and just worry thinking you'll figure a plan out. Stress, and over thinking too much. This is hard to go through this time, i feel like im alone and only pray to god, figure out plans write them down during the middle of night, of what i should do. I'm not communicate with people, i do things on my own, i figure them out. It's been that way for a long time. I've learned through writings, and disciplined unpleasant things, sos i can grow and get better. I'm not ... you know see all writings here, just blogs and discussions things, its like i did that i figured out on my own, i don't know a beautiful mind, or just learn things without help from people. I hate this time, i don't want read this post anytime later on in my years of posting.

But any comments or suggestion, or research on how to heal the GABA receptors. reduce them back down to normal. I think that's why diazepam, and other things have not been effective, gaba receptor damage or tolerance

 

Re: tolerance -gaba receptors rjlockhart37

Posted by Jadde on March 3, 2020, at 17:08:10

In reply to tolerance -gaba receptors, posted by rjlockhart37 on March 2, 2020, at 18:35:29

> i've been taking diazepam, i hope tolerance does not happen. It's like i have to drink a tequila or phenibut to make the anxiety go away completely.

I,too, drink tequila to rid myself of that awful feeling of anxiety. It works for a short time.

This is tolerance a medical condition, and im not, im a small dose of diazepam. But combinations with other things such phenibut, can degrade the gaba receptors, i already know about rehab, i know how it works you sit in session groups and tell your story, and do all this brain wash stuff then they release you. I know the process, its like going through a car wash and getting scrubbed up and then leave.
>

Im worried about GABA switching from Nardil to Marplan. I already crave alcohol and Juul (vape).

> I really am worried, i've been reading that you have to let the gaba receptors heal, or balance out. God you just feel trapped, nothing you can do but pray and just worry thinking you'll figure a plan out. Stress, and over thinking too much. This is hard to go through this time, i feel like im alone and only pray to god, figure out plans write them down during the middle of night, of what i should do. I'm not communicate with people, i do things on my own, i figure them out. It's been that way for a long time. I've learned through writings, and disciplined unpleasant things, sos i can grow and get better. I'm not ... you know see all writings here, just blogs and discussions things, its like i did that i figured out on my own, i don't know a beautiful mind, or just learn things without help from people. I hate this time, i don't want read this post anytime later on in my years of posting.
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Why? Maybe it will help someone.

> But any comments or suggestion, or research on how to heal the GABA receptors. reduce them back down to normal. I think that's why diazepam, and other things have not been effective, gaba receptor damage or tolerance

I hope you find the answer youre looking for!

Jade


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