Re: Methadone withdrawal timeline. New. Need support!
I've been on it for years already. Thanks for the concern though (I was all the way up to 6mgs a day before).
Managed to walk around outside today. Was nice to get fresh air. A bit overwhelming around all the new faces. Anxiety level's a bit high. One thing I realized though is that shit, I really gotta get a routine going. Laziness is killing me. I just can't have anything sucking me back into the drug world anymore.
It was weird, as I was walking home I looked at an add that I normally walk by on a bus stop and for some reason my brain portrayed it differently today. More positively I guess. Whereas when I was on the 15mgs of Methadone a day my brain automatically portrayed it negatively for some reason in some sort of a way (I don't know why).
Anyways yeah. I gotta get off my ass more. Surprisingly enough day 3's not as bad as I expected it to be. The last time I kicked was soo much worse (so far). I'm a bit cold and my body feels like it's been in a fight or just got beat up, but other than that I don't feel too bad. The walk around town really helped get my blood flowing again. And the oxygen was nice.
And yeah, there's reports of others getting addicted and believe it or not withdrawals from that Loperamide shit (only when abused though). It works on the opiate receptors so I'm not surprised.
natey7 added 61 Minutes and 50 Seconds later...
Super sore now that I'm more settled down. My body feels like I've been doing a million sit-ups but I haven't even done one. Extremely low on energy. Just curled up under the blankets trying to catch warmth. Savouring the silence. Also feel like I got a bruised rib for some reason. Hope that goes away soon.
On a better note, I was able to bus by that store that carries the poppys today without a single thought entering my head about picking any up, or using for that matter. I went for breakfast at A & W's instead
natey7 added 7 Minutes and 43 Seconds later...
Took a Tylenol this morning too for the body and head pain and added Echinacea to the regimen.