Annoyed comments may already be on their way, so let me address a few likely objections:. No, an observational study like this can never directly answer that question. Their use of the drugs occurred five to 10 years earlier than that. Boustani said of the researchers. Taking benzos only occasionally — once or twice a week, perhaps — has no impact. Not in this study. What about relative versus absolute risk? For some ailments, an increase in risk of 51 percent or even 84 percent still means people face very low risk.
The projected numbers are sobering. To date, the search for drugs, treatments, even basic causes has been discouraging. Maybe that is a bit optimistic. But remember that in a different Quebec study, a brochure alone helped 27 percent of long-term, elderly benzo users to taper down no one should simply stop these drugs cold and discontinue their prescriptions within six months. Another 11 percent reduced their dosage.
And it will be more difficult to avoid dependence and withdrawals. Not respecting phenibut can land you in phenibut hell. Severe anxiety, panic, suicidal thoughts, psychotic behavior, seizures, nausea, vomiting, etc. Going off phenibut cold turkey from a dependent state can cause severe and potentially life-threatening withdrawal symptoms. Do not mix phenibut with alcohol.
Tolerance fluctuates and what may have been safe one day may not be safe the next. Unless you are already dependent, do not take more than mg in a single day and do not take more than mg in a six hour period. Phenibut has a long onset period, so you need to give it several hours to take effect. Wait at least 6 hours before redosing.
Alcohol Mixing Phenibut and Clonazepam? I have looked this up using on the search bar on Reddit as well as using Google to research it, and I have yet to find a concrete answer. I've already considered ways to get out of it somehow. I know that I'll have to do it eventually so in order to make it more bearable I would like to try mg of phenibut in addition to.
Would this cause me to blackout or create respiratory depression? I've considered that this is a relatively small dose of each, I have a tolerance to both, they both act on different GABA receptors, and neither one contributes to respiratory depression in as meaningful a way as say something like alcohol might. Also, phenibut is stimulating in low doses and baclofen similar to phenibut is often prescribed alongside clonazepam.
I've also taken alcohol and phenibut together many times previously with no issues. If I did I guess anxiety would be the least of my concerns. Okay thank you very much! Other forums compared mixing phenibut and benzos to mixing opiates and benzos so I was worried but I knew this was probably incorrect. Clearly others aren't as knowledgeable on the effects of these drugs. Makes you wonder what makes them feel so qualified to report falsified information.
I personally wouldn't do it, what I would do is double the phenibut dose to a gram. Even if it technically won't kill you or lead to a blackout, I generally prefer to strictly stick to one downer at a time. You could even go up to a gram and a half, trust me you'll knock the presentation out of the park. I'm still considering upping the phenibut dosage and dropping the klonopin altogether.
I know it's probably not that dangerous but I figure worrying about that will just add to the presentation anxiety.