K taper making EMFS WORSE
« on: May 07, 2019, 09:24:26 pm »
The lower I get on klonopin the EMFS get worse
I live in the dark
Anything with voltage
Are my voltage gated calcium channels open?
I do have mold toxicity and that’s the reason for EMFS BUT they’re still getting worse coming off klonopin
I can’t live at all
I read about it but still not taking it all in
Do these VGCC close eventually ?
Re: K taper making EMFS WORSE
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2019, 01:05:37 pm »
I know someone who was on Ativan… got off slowly. She has the EMF thing. First it was screens, phone, computer, now apparently anything that plugs in!
What effects do they have on you?
There is some place in W.Virginia, I think, a place free from EMFs…
Can one beer really do this? Or am I doing this wrong?
« on: May 06, 2019, 01:35:20 am »
First of all, I think I have REALLY screwed myself over by trying to go off benzos CT twice (see sig for details). Jumped back onto .25mg K-pin (twice a day) and was feeling pretty darn good for a few days, decided to have a beer with a buddy two nights ago and it’s been downhill ever since. I’m crossing my fingers that it’s correlated, and I’m not gonna drink any more booze and hopefully I rebound soon. But at the same time I have a hard time believing that a single 12 oz beer (mind you, I’m in Utah so only 3.2% alcohol) could do this to me! Or maybe I’m doing this wrong? Do I need to wait to stabilize? I was planning on jumping down 10% in a few days, but maybe I need to start at a higher dose before I start to taper? I find this crazy!! I NEVER took more than .5mg K-pin in a day or more than .25mg Xanax before (and not very often used consecutive days) so shouldn’t .5mg be a high enough starting point??? I don’t want to go higher, I just want this to be over.
I am super new to this and have already made so many mistakes and I can’t afford to make any more. This drug is killing me and I’m not finding any door out of this. My nurse practitioner is little to no help to me, I’ve tried asking questions. I just don’t know what to do.
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