hi everyone.I hqvent been on this sight in a long long time.I am an opiate addict.I got off opiates 2 or almost 3 years ago i think... Robert helped me.I'm still on sub.2-3milg a day.Ive tried to quit... so so hard... I researched the weismann method today... Has anyone done this and has info on if this really works? I know its pricey... but to be rid of all opiated with no withdrawl... is it work?
Hi I never heard of it but will look. Just curious how do you feel on the subs stilll. I just came back after six months. I relapsed on heroin for three days and I was on suboxone. I was taking 4mg but I was always lowering it and trying to get off it since 2009 and now I am going to ask my doctor to up it a little to 6 or 8mg a day and just stay there. I am 44 and om opiates for 25 years so for me this is a better option for now. Do u feel it is,helping you or hurting you. Do you feel you lack energy and motivation on it. I am just trying to get peoples perspective on it. I dont know if its a forever medicine. I wish you the best for real and Robert is gteat. I will look into the method for you. Love, peace, joy Rob.
i did the Waismann method over 4 years ago, and yes, it works..I also was on sub and felt i was just swapping one addiction ( dependency?) for another, although sub was better than opates. The procedure was pretty simple, but i was impressed with the level of care and compassion shown me. I cannot express how free i felt not worrying about the wds etc i would routinely go through. i tried tapering from sub but that felt as bad as tapering from the opiates.I have seen people with success stories on this forum, but i just couldnt seem to do it. the biggest criticism i hear is that it doesnt address the mental addiction, but you cant work a sobriety program if youre drunk! It seems to me that because youre taking sub, theres proberbly no mental cravings now anyway as sub doesnt affect your state of mind ( it didnt with me) so i assume you just want to be free of the physical dependency. I would suggest getting in touch with them, they really know their stuff and tell you exactly what to expect, whats involved etc. get an informed opinion. It seems to me theres people that havent tried it and tell negative things that happened to " a friend of a friend" kinda things. Just talk to the staff at Waismann, do the research then decide. Good luck and ill be happy to answer any questions you may have ( not too technical- just my experience as im not a doctor !) hope it all works out for you
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