Suicidal thoughts

#15

Postby Dune22 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:07 am

Hi Brudenski I get what your saying to a degree about not searching constantly for symptoms yet it gives me a peace of mind to narrow down what exactly i may have compounding on cannabis PAWS..If i didn't do extensive research i would of never found this site.. I also found with help from this site about Adrenal fatigue and the symptoms surrounding this like Adrenal glands out of wack and the association with thyroid troubles and diabetes and other complications..


I understand that time heals and its the best remedy but what if its also another problem? Thats why i just found out i may have to see an endocrinologist.. If i did't pinpoint and narrow down my symptoms, i could of like many others here been misdiagnosed and gone to a pychologist first and been prescribed SSRI's and stuff i don't need to get addicted to due to my addictive personaly and also waste my time with other doctors like i did going to a sleep specialist a year ago(what a waste there)
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#16

Postby Dune22 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:40 am

Anyway thanks for the advice..

I did like this quote i seen yesterday in another forum: "THC stimulates the cortisol levels, which can cause an imbalance. It elevates the levels while you are stoned but than once it wears off you'll suffer from mild adrenalin fatigue. This isn't an issue if your only smoking occasionally it simply just contributes to the tired burnt out feeling people often get in the morning after they smoke. But if someone abuses cannabis on a regular basis, the instability could become severe. Not to mention drugs screw with the brain chemistry in countless ways and should be avoided with people with chemical imbalances"

This might be a pipe dream (no pun) yet if there's any way to ease my symptoms faster instead of going through all the motions of longa@# PAWS symptoms, id like to know..

One other thing im researching is if CBD is a stimulant? Id rather not take it but my insomnia is so severe.

Anyway, Thank you again for you message, Take care
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