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Discussion in 'Methamphetamine / Meth' started by PrideKidd, Feb 13, 2015.
@J.w. Thank you for your input
Love this, @J.w. Thanks for the words of encouragement.
I want to first commend you for quitting. Everyone knows that its a hard habit to stop!
I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on T.V. (LOL) I don't know your age, or your history of your family, but if I were you I would go and have a someone in the medical field check you out. Heart, Lungs, Circulatory and such. It is no secret the long term effects that meth has on your body. If you have issues with your heart it can make you feel tired, not motivated among other things. If their is nothing wrong, at least you have a firm piece of mind! I hope this helps!
I was just saying the exact same thing. I totally agree. The physical energy I had sober couldn't even come close to my energy level on a meth high, even when it was top shelf product. Smh.. What have I done to myself ?
@TaterTot21 i think the mind can do incredible things...so don't rule out how high of an energy you can naturally have.... study the mind/body connection.... might help.
@TaterTot21... Don't give up hope that your natural energy level will return. The body needs time--sometimes lots of time--to get back on track after being compromised with mind-altering substances.