originally posted by: GoShredAK
Does anyone know of something that helps repair benzo damage?
I'm very sorry that I have to say this, unfortunately there is no drug or natural treatment to repair any damage that long term use of long
half-life/duration benzodiazepines has done to your body and mind.
It generally takes a minimum of 2 years from the time the last of your klonopin (or any benzodizapine with a long half-life, 24=hours I.E, Valium,
Klonopin) (getting off xanax is easy as hell compared, very short half life) has left your system to recover and stabilize to a base-line level, and
that is with any natural remedies thrown in and any mental health help you receive during that period.
With the damage that it has caused after that, you will need to find ways of adapting around any problems that it has caused like memory faults,
forgetfulness, motor functions, concentration and the like.
I cannot recommend anything as every person is different and has many different ways on how to cope, I'm not much into throwing out random suggestions
because it worked for me; I came out a different person because of many other reasons.
It takes a lot of physical energy and a lot of mental energy, and at times you may not sleep for days, you will have massive headaches, your body will
feel like every bone is broken, you will be depressed, angry, annoyed, pretty much rapidly cycling bi-polar disorder.
This is for anyone that is on 2-4MG or more of Klonopin a day for more then a year, there is no avoiding at as we cannot keep someone in a induced
coma for that length of time (I really wish we could
I really do wish you the best
(My apologies for sounding blunt)
Oh, you will also need to cease alcohol usage in the first 6months on stopping the benzo, as it triggers the same receptor,
and the use of it to try to mask the withdrawal symptoms will not only lead to another addiction, but could very well kill you.
22-9-2016 by MuonToGluon because: (no reason given)