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Re: Mental recovery from cocaine addiction

Posted by rjlockhart37 on August 3, 2020, at 21:46:26

In reply to Mental recovery from cocaine addiction, posted by amd on July 19, 2020, at 10:12:56

cocaine reward center, increases dopamine through reptake inhibitor, this is very common on what your describing, even amphtamines, you lose pleasure in daily activies because the substances that caused euphoria is gone. You feel .. dead, gloomy. Reprogram, and kinda just try to forget about cocaine. Just forget about it, and rerember times before that gave you happyness and euphoria.

But yes, you will be able to return back to normal. This happened to me, 10 years ago. But still the imprint of the memory is still there, so when it pops up you head, there was a guy i knew, and older man in rehab who was clean for 21 years, absolute clean, then fell off indulged again. Suppressed the feeling through disapline. And sometime that does not work, you have realize, if you do this stuff again it will get worse. You'll go down the same path, even though it feels great.

anyways thats just my 2cents

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