Having been using Phenibut
for anxiety for about 8 months now I have to post this, because before using phenibut, every story of long term phenibut use I have ever read has been negative.
After I began using phenibut I found that it worked wonders with my social anxiety, my social anxiety was based on HSP(Highly sensetive person) and AVP(Avoidant Personality Disorder) Heavy deep thinking and oversensetivity to negative rejection. Over time this drug
worked very directly at doing exactly what was needed in my mind to level everything out. I went through periods of time at first where I did too much and got ahead of myself, this is where you have to put mind over matter and take responsibility with your life and THINK about what you're needs are and how to acheive happiness, not get ahead of yourself, take too much over a period of time, make stupid decisions, than after WAY too much to the point where you build physicle tolerance and go through physical withdrawal
, than turn around and blame the drug for all the stupid decisions you made while you were using the drug. All you're doing here is taking the responsibility off of yourself and blaming the drug, and therefor you're not taking the responsibility for yourself you're just blaming something else for your problems, this is in my opinion what pretty much everyone does when it comes to having used phenibut because after months of using the drug I would constantly go back and make corrections about my actions and as I did this things just got better and better, and of course i'm still working on my life, but i'm happier than i've ever been before and things just keep getting better without having to quit drugs
, do you see the logic?
After about 5 months of using phenibut at 3 grams a day, after all the stories I read about phenibut I was sure I was going to go through terrible withdrawal and I was TERRIFIED! But as I came off, although my anxiety came back hard! I wasn't used to it at all and It wasn't easy re-adjusting and actually I never ended up re-adjusting because I decided life was better being on it(although i eventually decided it's alittle better at abit of a lower dose, 1 to 2 grams a day) But NO physical withdrawal, though I felt like if I had been doing anymore than 3 grams a day their probably would have been withdrawal because I would go through short periods of time where I would feel like going insane, but it was rare and breif(over a day of not being on phenibut) But no hardcore withdrawal like what you read about from other people.
I don't know of any negative long term health effects of this drug, but I know all phenibut is is GABA(gamma
-Aminobutyric acid)(natural and healthy) with a phenyl ring attached to it(which is naturally in many alkaloids etc) So I can't see it being unhealthy from what I know sofar.
So why do people make stupid decisions, then blame their actions on the drug? maybe i'm crazy and one day i'll be back writting an anti-phenibut story, but.. does anyone get what i'm saying?