Yaba

by Odhir Ahmed
(Dhaka, Bangladesh)

I have been taking yaba for 6 months, but not daily.
Sometimes I take it when i feel so bored or when I'm depressed. Now, I haven't been taking it for last one month, but I'm still facing a few problems. I feel so weak, I'm losing weight,and I have a lot of body and joint pain.

Now a days, I am taking some multivitamins and calcium tabs.

Please help me, how i feel better?

Please!!!

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It can take up to six months to feel "normal"
by: Debbie Wicker

Dear Odhir,

Yabba addiction ATTACKS the brain and your brain changes to accommodate the drug. You will not be able to end your addiction until you go through TOTAL withdrawal from the drug, which can take six months or sometimes more. During withdrawal your brain changes back to how it used to be before you were using Yabba.

You should have medical support while you're going through withdrawal to avoid as many negative side effects as possible. If you use any Yabba during this time your brain changes back immediately and you will have to start back at the beginning of your detox symptoms.

You also need to start attending AA or NA meetings daily for support and information about your addiction.

You are though many of the worst parts of quitting but it's very important that you don't use ANY yabba if you want these symptoms to stop.
It often takes up to six months of sobriety before all of the yaba negative withdrawal symptoms disappear.

Good Luck,

Debbie

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