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After giving up YABA how many days i have to feel weak? & How to recover by ownself?

by Rahik
(Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Few months ago, I fell into the Yaba trap, and I hate it. I am a banker & I have a beautiful life by the blessing of Allah. I love my family & happy with my job. So i gave up Yaba & Yaba related friends and all kinds of addiction. (Not quit smoking)
Problem is, if i don't take Yaba then 2-3 days later, i get too much sleep n get hungry. Can't do anything perfectly so again i have to take this & continue my normal life. (Cause each day is very important to me)

"Can't discuss with anyone rather i accept my death"

Cause i don't want to lose my job or my hurt my parents. So "I HAVE TO SOLVE IT BY MY OWN" (PLEASE HELP ME)

QUESTION IS AFTER NOT TAKING YABA 3-5 days later i get sick, is it permanent or if i spend my normal life slowly then by the Blessing of Almighty it will recover automatically?

Please Help me by giving advice or guidelines or anything to solve it by my own-self? (Can't tell anyone to get support)

Please let me know....

A. After stopping Yaba, how many days may do I need to physically recovery, in general?

B. If i get stop taking it, in future will have i has to face any trouble from my past Yaba use? if yes then, how can i recover it?

PLEASE HELP ME....


Thank you....

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Withdrawal is different for everyone
by: Debbie Wicker

Dear Rahik,

Each of us is unique and we therefore recover from drug abuse uniquely. Yaba attacks the brain and changes it so that we think we MUST have it to function. This is not true, once you stop using your brain will heal itself and go back to functioning correctly. That process, the withdrawal process, is what you are feeling when you first stop using Yaba. As a general rule the longer you have used Yaba(meth) the longer it will take for it to TOTALLY leave your system.

The physical effects of withdrawal usually take from 4-10 days. Once you have not used the drug for ten days you will begin to return to feeling normal.

The psychological effects of Yaba, usually last for 3-6 months. Those effects are things like: memory and attention impairment, paranoia, anger, irritability and decreased precise motor function. Because Yaba attacks the brain it takes quite a bit longer for these symptoms to stop.

I would recommend you go to a doctor and CONFIDENTIALLY ask them to help you. They will give you support to manage your symptoms so that you can stop using Yaba more comfortably.

I would also recommend you start attending Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings in your area. They will teach you how to do the 12 step program which can help you to understand your drug addiction and learn how to live good life without Yaba. AA is 100% confidential so that you can go there for support and NO ONE will know anything.

I hope that answers your question and good luck,

Debbie

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