I am currently at .50 of sub a day and am trying to tapper to .25 a day. I feel slight withdrawel symptons such as the chills (always cold), lack of energy, creepy crawler skin. I don't feel as much when I am out and about and doing things. However I work in an office and am in front of a computer for about 8-9 hours a day. My work load is ridiculous so I have to be on top of things. Does any one have any ideas or advice on what I can do while at work to limit these withdrawel symptoms? Does anyone have any experience with combatng this?
Yes, I got a different type of symptom and found that walking at night for exercise truly truly helped. If you do this, start slowly so you won't get sore and quit, try 10 to 15 minutes and work up. It helps reboot the damaged neurotransmitter to receptor site connection, it produces endorphins that help you feel better mentally and physically, and it helps regulate the eat sleep wake cycles and will definitely help with the minor WD. Congrats on getting so low. I stayed at each taper for a month, started the walking at the 1 mg per day mark, found taking at night once I got to .25 was more helpful to me, and did a 48 skip between doses when I had been at .25 for one month and had NO WD when I quit. I stayed skipping a day for 1 month. Sub free for nearly a month and I am fine, I also got on a mild antidepressant and feel fine.
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