Be careful, mate. Meth is the one drug (including alcohol, though that almost killed me once) that almost brought me to rock bottom and made my life miserable. I had an 8 month stint with it, almost lost my job, almost lost my home, lost mad weight, had a horrible time altogether.
And I was snorting it which isn't as addictive as smoking it.
I avoid it like the plague now. In fact, I'd say it's the reason I no longer have much, if any, interest in stimulants.
......though you're defo a better person than me....I would have had sex with everyone in that room if I was tweaking.
Be careful aMT is a Monoamine reuptake inhibitor it would be dangerous to take along side stimulants.Got head from a couple guys later on but i was on so much drugs, it was difficult to stay hard. Friend gave me ten pack viagra i will use next time but due to fact i was on Meth, GHB, DMT, Ketamine and Heroin i figured it may be unsafe to mix it with all of that stuff. Also my baby moms came over and we are gonna start hooking up again im pretty excited about that it will be fun time she is so wild in bed. We only live really close to eachother also i let her try DMT for the first time and gave her some to keep.
Gonna take aMT at the next one do you guys think it would be safe to mix that with 100mg Viagra?
I need to quit caffeine. It does literally nothing good for me. Barely gives me motivation even, maybe a tiny tiny bit for like 5-10 minutes but that's it. The rest of the time which is indeed a fucking long time... it's just awakeness, sometimes not even that, like lethargy with my heart and mind racing.Anybody here hyper sensitive to caffeine. One cup of coffee in the morning and i get pretty wired heavy sweats anxiety and it seems to last in effects for a good 8-10 hours.
yeah i feel so scattered by the end of the night idk why i even started drinking it again. usually just end up with alot of nauesa having to take 3 shits a day and sweating like a pig while anxious and the motivation its not even enough for me to get focused on my topics i need to relearn for study. I have some ritalin lying around which i know would be very good for getting some stuff done but reusing stimulants after quitting them is a slippery slope.I need to quit caffeine. It does literally nothing good for me. Barely gives me motivation even, maybe a tiny tiny bit for like 5-10 minutes but that's it. The rest of the time which is indeed a fucking long time... it's just awakeness, sometimes not even that, like lethargy with my heart and mind racing.
But for some reason... the thought of facing the day without it makes me anxious as well, even though drinking it usually leads to a messy shit within a pretty short time, disappointment at the lack of the actual motivation I was seeking, and then just baseline anxiety the rest of the time...
I did quit for 2 weeks recently and the week after going back to it was a damn productive week. I was like fuck - I've cracked it! But then week after is diminishing returns. Week 3 and fuck this, take 2 ditching that tasty black legally sanctioned crack.
Although people often tout the health benefits of coffee - I have read, without bothering to cite sources but anyone please feel free to - that there is a fair amount of genetic variation in response to caffeine. There are some degrees, but the kind of people who can drink a coffee before bed and be absolutely fine are likely to be fast metabolisers for whom coffee has significant health benefits - within reason. Those who react very strongly to caffeine are likely to be "slow metabolisers", and excess consumption (more than even a cup a day, possibly) no doubt still get nutrient benefits and whatnot but also can predispose themselves to certain types of heart disease or other maladies.
I feel I should double check this data, I might be slightly off, but, I'm sure that's roughly accurate. Anyway, day 1 no caffeine. Woop.
Be careful aMT is a Monoamine reuptake inhibitor it would be dangerous to take along side stimulants.
I tried doing the whole eliminating the morning coffee thing several years back but all it did was rob me of one the few things I actually looked forward to when waking up in the morning.