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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2012 4:18 pm 
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Sorry about the penis thing. Was really outta it for few days after the detox.

At least this thing is over.

I guess one thing i've learned is not to read about someone who's feeling withdrawal symptoms a year later. That's depressing. And not encouraging anyone. Lie... its better support. I don't know/.... i skip over those depressing stories.

I bouted insomnia and finally starting to win.... still taking meds for sleep, but a lot less now and a lot more sleep. Also the 100 year old man waking up in the morning feeling slowly dying. Guess my energy level is down lately but at 92 degrees outside at work it puts a toll on you. oddly enough i think my story's on several different places. I did get insomnia and some other symptoms but everything is slowly coming back. Time, and Jesus will heal this. been 3 weeks 2 days i guess. I feel it though... A month and i'll get my body back..... a little more everything else.

I don't believe PAWS lasts so long as some say(just my op). This all will pass and not as long as it may seem. I may be wrong but all you need is sleep at nite and energy at day. That's the main things. With each day it gets better. I'm no expert, and probably no one here is either, but i have one truth that no one can deny....

As Soul Asylum say's "they say misery, loves company" Frustrated INC.

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sorry i thought i was on a post. The sorry was to MODERATOR my brain scrambled.

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Night,

Glad your sleeps coming back. I think we went thru similar sleep patterns. Nighttime was by far the toughest for me. Between the RLS & the insomnia I had real battle. It gets better though- for me it was real subtle, but it definitely gets better. Keep up the fight- you've almost got this thing kicked for good. :-)


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