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I've seen some threads on this forum decompose into insults and shouting matches. We all have opinions, perspectives, experiences, and information we've obtained from various sources. If someone posts something you don't agree with, pisses you off, or seems like misinformation, please reply in a constructive and courteous manner. Before you post, think about what you might say if you were talking to the person face to face, and don't forget to be kind. We're all struggling with a difficult disorder. Remember, we all have the goal of being well. Let's help each other get there. Than
File Name: Emerging trends in GHB withdrawl syndrome, detoxification File Submitter: StateOfRegret File Submitted: 07 Mar 2014 File Category: Publications This article details the experience of two physicians in different metropolitan areas who have treated a number of patients who have gone through what appears to be withdrawal after the repeated use of GHB. They describe a syndrome that has similarities to both alcohol withdrawal and benzodiazepine (or other sedative hypnotic) withdrawal. Click here to download this file
Has anyone looked into using Huperzine A as an adjunct to HPPD treatment? It is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor (and as such prevents the breakdown of acethylcholine, thus increasing the available acetylcholine). Just as importantly, it is an NMDA antagonist, a class of drugs which have been shown to reduce benzodiazepine dependence, including tolerance and withdrawal symptom severity, something I'm sure would benefit many HPPD'ers. Note that some NMDA antagonists are well-known dissociatives (such as Ketamine, PCP and DXM), but from what I can gather, it is entirely possible to reap the