Is there a legal medical substitute for Meth?

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I have been an addict going on 11 years now. In short I am looking for a legal medical alternative to ease myself off the meth.
I completely understand what meth is doing to me etc, I get all that. Counseling is the last thing I think I need because I know I need to quit, I know the harmful things I am doing to myself, I know that I will never have an extra penny to my name because of it and so on. I have tried many times before to quit but as most every user of meth knows, its easier said than done.
My biggest hurdle is the complete lack of energy. Just a day, two at most and I am completely bed ridden. Not out of depression, that comes next; but just plain and simple I cannot stay awake until my bodies natural resources take over. For so many years I have been meth powered and so my body shut down. When I am out of meth it takes about a week for my body to kick back in and start taking over again.
I would like to know if there is an alternative "drug" that I can take so that I am still able to get up and go to work throughout the process. This is my biggest problem. If someone was to say, Hey yeah, this is a great way to get off the stuff and still have the same energy, sex drive, creativeness, and weight control properties as meth and its legal then I would not hesitate to sign up. So far no offers.
This is my problem

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Feb 1

I can't believe there is someone out there that feels the same way I do! I thought I was weird for not wanting to stop meth even after knowing all of the side effects it has on a persons body, and health. Not to mention the way society has stereotyped "meth heads". I know that there are some people who are nothing but total "tweekers" out here. There are some of us who are able to hold down a job, and be responsible, productive people. There are some people who simply cannot handle the drug, and they are the "tweekers".

I like the idea of having some kind of meds. to kick the habit gradually. You know the way a heroine addict takes methadone when they are kicking their habit. I know there is something out there, but I guess it's all about the money!!

Mar 8

@overit12: If you had ever been hooked on anything like meth , you wouldn't dream of spouting out such garbage! You don't have to hit rock bottom to want to quit, you just want to have a better life than what you have now. I completely understand. I have a job and famy and friends - and a horrible addiction to a drug that I know is killing me. I want to quit but at this point, its gonna take more than will power - my body, mind and being is completely hooked, beyond my control. I urge sympathy and help. God bless those who struggle with this poison. God help us all.

Mindslave1's picture
Mar 8

Fifteen years clean. Give up. Let go. Accept all the pain of crossing over to sobriety. The end. Twenty years. Lesson learned.


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