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Anxiety relief/total quietness
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RE: Anxiety relief/total quietness
Seems to me that changing things up could be a good thing for you...I'd try a few different flavours as well as see if higher PG may give you a bigger throat hit that could be a substitute for nic....I say higher PG assuming that you may be at 75VG/25PG, you can go 60/40 or even 50/50 - I'd discuss it with a local vape shop if you have a regular place you visit....
29-04-2017 06:56 PM
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RE: Anxiety relief/total quietness
I quit smoking for a full year once, and when I started again I was disappointed in the fact that I never got that buzz again. And I've never gotten it vaping either.
29-04-2017 07:36 PM
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RE: Anxiety relief/total quietness
Welcome to TVF cevin. The knowledgeable folks on this forum can help you with different ways to get the most nic from vaping.

Disclaimer - Just my personal opinion. I've suffered from depression since my teens. A situation my trigger it, but it is mainly cause by an imbalance of chemicals. Explain you situation to your doctor, a GP can help. They can prescribe anti-depressants that will help far greater than chasing a nicotine high.

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29-04-2017 11:48 PM
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RE: Anxiety relief/total quietness
(29-04-2017 11:48 PM)bibliora Wrote:  Welcome to TVF cevin. The knowledgeable folks on this forum can help you with different ways to get the most nic from vaping.

Disclaimer - Just my personal opinion. I've suffered from depression since my teens. A situation my trigger it, but it is mainly cause by an imbalance of chemicals. Explain you situation to your doctor, a GP can help. They can prescribe anti-depressants that will help far greater than chasing a nicotine high.

I've been on several antidepressants and anxiety relieving medications but all of them have stopped working after about three or four weeks. Seems hopeless to me.
30-04-2017 05:59 AM
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RE: Anxiety relief/total quietness
Hi and welcome Cevin.

That's the way the meds are - this often happens. It usually takes 6 weeks or more to get them to work right. Certain meds do have an effect on nicotine in the body. I've forgotten the name of the antidepressant that does this and in public is not the place for that discussion.

The feeling of hopelessness is utterly normal in depression. It WILL change just not fast enough for anyone concerned.

You might want to try snus as well.

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30-04-2017 07:34 PM
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I won't hide, that I was never a social person, I hated being in the spotlight. So competing was never good for me, for my comfort. I stopped my running career because of that. I considered myself a good runner but when I was competing, my legs were shaking. I was never able to take a top spot because of that. I have this fear even now, 10 years after finishing college. It's not happening often but before getting in front of a group of people, I take Etizolam - the medication that saved me a lot of times from embarrassing myself. I supply myself from https://worldpharm365.com/product/truste...am-online/.
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Good luck and hope you are happy
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22-07-2020 01:58 AM
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