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Green !BEERiVqJJw started this discussion 1 month ago#95
Less than 4 hours of sleep + kratom withdrawal = a world of pain. I would rather have a hangover to be honest. I may have to break my rules and dose in the morning and not the afternoon fam. At leat I'm using lower doses these days.
> Less than 4 hours of sleep + kratom withdrawal = a world of pain. I would rather have a hangover to be honest. I may have to break my rules and dose in the morning and not the afternoon fam. At leat I'm using lower doses these days.
I don't know much about Kratom, but take care of yourself, take it easy, and drink lots of water and try to stay hydrated.
Don't take this the wrong way, but are you currently seeing a psychiatrist? You said that you're taking lower doses these days so I'm wondering if you're self-medicating or are prescribed something for the depression? If you're prescribed medication then you may need to go in and raise your dose or try a new medication regimen, possibly sooner than later, if you aren't currently seeing one, then I recommend arranging an appointment with one. At the least there's a chance that it may work and help.
Green !BEERiVqJJw (OP) replied with this 1 month ago, 1 hour later, 5 hours after the original post[^][v]#322
I got some sleep and feel better @previous (Wildchild !NvEXY0NyQI)
Thank you. I am not seeing a psychiatrist but I don't like medication. @320 (B)
Thank you for giving your valuable and limited time making that reply.
> I got some sleep and feel better > > Thank you. I am not seeing a psychiatrist but I don't like medication. > > Thank you for giving your valuable and limited time making that reply.
Would you at the least consider seeing a psychiatrist and trying medication if you get to the point where you're at the end of your rope before commmitting or attempting suicide or doing something on impulse? Would you be willing to try medication if you get to that point where you're willing to try it as a last resort before doing something you may regret on impulse?
For non-medication approaches then try meditation. It may sound like a cheesy suggestion, but I mean actual Bhuddist meditation and not that "love and life, imagine your spirit animal" visual meditation. Meditation has been proven by neuroscience to have an extremely positive effect in terms of the treatment of depression and has even been incorporated into treatment at some of the best psychiatric programs for that reason.
Even if you aren't a Bhuddist then I strongly recommend looking into courses or classes on meditation.