Merkan Posted October 6, 2011 Report Share Posted October 6, 2011 I started Sinemet for about two weeks ago. The dose is 50/12.5mg 3x/day Well, the story goes: I was very nervous when i was about to pop the first pill, i remember it like when first taking psychedelics. I knew there were about 30 minutes before getting full effect. I took it and laid down i the couch trying to distract my thoughts, listening to some relaxing music. It only took about 15 minutes before something happened. I felt different in a way. The effect kept raising, i didn't now if it was good or bad. When the clock where close to the 30 min mark I already had tears running from eyes. I felt this "warmth" in my body that is very hard to describe. I cannot say it was like a strong painkiller cuz my mind was sharp. But it was soft and so pleasant. I started to notice my body, my legs, arms etc. it really felt like I sunk back into my body and felt a comfort i didn't have had in years! The initial effect stayed with me for, say 3 hours. This was at afternoon. I was excited about the initial reaction. I took my 2nd pill, the evening dose, and the effect became even stronger but this time i was ready for it. I felt a little bit of anxious that passed. I went to sleep and slept well. During the following days, I felt great in every way. My DP/DR was completely gone. The last visuals subsided in 2-3 days and everything in my vision became smooth. One week later I reached another threshold. The member "Visual" explained it as "recharging a battery and it takes a week for full effect", i did not pay attention to that then but now i know what he means. My sense of orientation towards the surrounding world functioned for the first time in 5 years. Everything around me felt real and i could place myself in time and place. My creativity and libido came back, i started reading books and wanted to interact with people. I phoned my whole family just to speak out because I started to feel an attachment to them. I can truly say that this has changed my life in a profound way like nothing else before i have tried. I do however feel a bit confused. One would think that the question "who am I" would come up but the question that i am trying to sort out is "where am I". I got this disorder when i was 21. It is now 4.5 years since and it feels like i just woke up from a dream, like I am back where i was at 21. I do not feel sad right now about realizing the fact that I lost my youth years but i am perplexed where to start of again. My idea is not to try to catch up what once was but just to start of my life where it is now and what i feel about it. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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