Eggs in Withdrawal
« on: December 25, 2018, 03:42:42 pm »
For breakfast every day, I eat some scrambled eggs with a banana. Has anybody found that eating eggs hurts them more than helps them? At nine months out, I’m looking for anything to help with speeding up the healing process.
dont understand, 1 cup of decaff green tea has made me so nauseas.? Anyone
« on: January 22, 2019, 04:38:20 pm »
My anxiety is so off the wall I can’t function at all. I am trying my very best, but needed something to calm and tried a cup of decaf green tea. Yes it calmed slightly but I feel so very sick now, and I need to be able to eat as I am skin and bone.
Has this happened to anyone else. I am scared of everything now, including food, in case it makes things worse. Even my go to bananas it seems have too much sugar. What can I eat, I don’t know I really am at the end of what I can take. Truly I am
Can’t have bread or grains glutamate reaction can’t have dairy, can’t have fruit, can’t have cruciferous veg, what can I have?
I am in a terrible mess, I want to live please I know you have helped me many times , but can you help me through this fear and panic, and learn how to trust food because I am starving to death, and scared. .I don’t know where to turn but to my friends here. I can’t make a smoothy as I am not in control of the kitchen and too scared to do much anyway.
What is happening to me?
Re: Question about food (Salmon)
« Reply #3 on: November 27, 2018, 05:03:23 pm »
I am ok with Salmon but when i tried mackerel, I had cough so suddenly. and tomato gave me a mouth sore. They contain histamine and other kinds of fishes,too. We get sensitive to chemical things in foods like that during taper,so You should avoid those foods. but as I went lower doses I am ok with mackerel again. so You will be ok with Salmon again.
There was Guinness in the Irish Stew
« on: November 04, 2018, 12:10:16 pm »
My brother put Guiness in the Irish stew last night I had a suspicion when eating it but thought I was just being paranoid…I had a bad night sleepwise last night and today I feel like I,ve been hit by a truck again…I,m twitching more etc and worrying like crazy about stuff..He obviously didnt do it in purpose.
I,m worrying about all sorts of stuff now like my doctors surgery havnt put down my benzo dependency in my record which I have copy of. Just opiates…I dont know if they are doing that to cover their own backs..They have issued loads of tapers..I hope all this stuff is documented on the computer system of my record…I,m in no mental state to deal with them as I would get extremely angry and loose the plot which would be awful.
It makes my situation harder as I may have to go and get an operation and they need to be aware that I have to avoid gaba sedation/tranquilliser…Basically the last private dr I saw I had to explain the benzo thing, yet it wasnt on my referal letter…I have to keep explaining to different drs about it and feel like its my word against the dr,s…Its a real problem as I feel my dr,s are also working against me and probably think i,m using still..Also I,m worried that they will think I,m to unstable to operate on..Its not life threating operation or condition but the pain is driving me nuts…
That a ramble so sorry..If anyone has had a reaction to alchol in food let me know..It wasnt boiled very long so some will have remained
Do food allergies ever go away?
« on: July 18, 2018, 03:13:22 am »
Will I ever have dairy again?
« on: July 07, 2018, 02:19:15 pm »
Does anyone have any experience with sour dough bread? I know people cut out bread but would sour dough be a decent alternative?
Question about seasonings
« on: May 21, 2018, 12:49:31 am »
Does anyone here cook with seasonings like basil, oregano, garlic, parsley etc?
I have been cooking with just salt and pepper for a while now bc of fear of herbs and spices making wd worse. But want to incorporate them back. Wondering if anyone knows if they make a difference in symptoms at all.
I think I’ve read that some people can’t tolerate garlic? But don’t remember.
« Last Edit: May 21, 2018, 12:57:20 am by [Buddie] »
Eating + Withdrawal = SHOCK
« on: March 30, 2018, 12:36:47 am »
Has anyone else had a problem with chest shocks after eating during withdrawal process? Off Klonopin for 10 weeks yesterday… It was a low does C/T stop (medically monitored) & could not be avoided at the time. After I eat – I get a shock or a ZAP that is really intense. Usually followed with a headache. A few times I get really close to syncope. Worst symptom by far.
The type of food makes no difference. It seems to be anything in my stomach…. is hitting an incredibly sensitive vagus nerve.
Anyone else? Remedy?