TeeJay wrote:Some people have claimed that after spending some years on Suboxone that they feel flat, listless, depressed and don't want to go out anymore. Whether this is related to the Suboxone is difficult to ascertain. Some people have gone out and got their T levels checked and found them to be low, and the symptoms were reversed after they either went on T supplementation, or reduced their dose to a level that reduced the opioid from interfering with their endocrine system enough to make a difference.
I can relate, somewhat to feeling flat, etc. But, after nearly 10 years (9 and some few months)..I have to admit..once I start moving around and doing stuff, I get pretty motivated. I don't have a problem like wanting to lay in bed all day and sleep..
When my youngest daughter was an infant, I aint gonna lie, I would lay in bed with her all day and sleep/watch TV....but not so much anymore.
I think it's all in your mind..whatever you determine to do, you'll accomplish.
When I worked that 2 weeks or so, back a month ago, I was as motivated as they come. I have a driving ambition to get up and go work each day...and I was very successful...
I have a bad habit of sitting around and doing not much of nothing all day...especially in this hellacious heat we have in the south. I don't like being outside in this hot, humid weather, so I'll sit inside all day and enjoy the air conditioning.