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Now, a word about the oxycodone - yes it helps anxiety, but it was Ever gone through opiate withdrawal and felt the severe depression along.
angie over a year ago.
I can explain to all of you why oxycodone or any opiate will work great as an anti depressant. First of all oxycodone is a powerful pain killer which gives a feeling of euphoria and well being. Of course oxycodone will make u feel good and not depressed that's why people get addicted to it, because everyday tasks become easier and stressful situations become less stressful when your on opiates. Just remember that gives you no excuse to use it, thats how i got addicted, i was depressed, no medication could help me, then i found percocet, i felt as if it saved my life, guess what few months later i had to starts using oxy 80s because my tolerance build up, and after that i was snorting heroin.
Phenibut - Major Depression and Suicidal Ideation - posted in Brain Health: benzo/opiate/drug withdrawals and see Phenibut at the health food store I am prescribed oxycodone for severe migraines (it's only necessary to.
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Posted 05 March 2016 - 06:09 PM.
Thanks for sharing your experiences - they sound VERY similar to mine. I messed with the same compounds - Phenibut and Ashwagandha last winter/spring for 6 months almost continuously until I decided I had to get off them with rapid withdrawal. There were periods of dooming depression and terroring anxiety during the usage and the breaks I tried to take off them. Ashwagandha is lesser evil but the fact it diminished the symptoms of Phenibut withdrawal for me ls it's indeed a potent GABAergic and should be used with caution. Phenibut is definiy not something to mess with. There are a lot safer and good alternatives like Gotu Kola for anxiolysis and Valerian for sleep. Theanine is probably the only pretty much absoluy safe GABAergic altough I've never had problems with Gotu Kola either.
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Posted 10 October 2012 - 04:32 AM.
The acute withdrawal was over in 4-5 days for me and I was feeling better but it's been followed by PAWS and I still have symptoms 6 months later. Just a warning if you seem to get stuck to that 80% or start experiencing some unexpected symptoms that seem to come in "waves". You didn't use these that long though so you could get away without long lasting post-acute symptoms.
Posted 10 October 2012 - 11:02 AM.
The depression that comes with long-term use opiate-withdrawal is very towards the end I was doing 2-3 80mg OCs (Oxycodone) in a day.