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What do you do to get through a drop?

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Sub drop, dom drom, doesn’t matter. Would you recommend taking antidepressants or anxiety medication?

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  1. That’s why there’s after care. Now if the circumstances are such that proper after care from your partner is not possible and you have to take care of yourself, I recommend you avoid taking any medication, alcohol or drugs and just try to take it easy, slow everything down, and pamper yourself. Do whatever it is that makes you comfortable and happy. Some people jog and the others lie in bed the whole day. Read a book or see a feel-good movie. Or simply sleep through it. Personally, I like to schedule my scenes so that I have the entire next day to myself, don’t have to go to work, etc. It’s like going out drinking – there is a reason people do it on Fridays and Saturdays.

    Lucifer - Feb 13, 2017 | Reply

  2. I don’t take any medication but I do take a lot of supplements, especially vitamin C, B6 and B12, vitamin E, magnesium and zinc. I try to eat foods rich in electrolytes and I drink plenty of fluids. Chicken soup works great. Basically whatever you do to get over a flu or a severe hangover. Also, I like to take a long hot bath and then take a nap. Sleep will soothe your nerves and will help you cope better.

    MaxiLogic - Feb 13, 2017 | Reply

  3. I used to take valiums and sleeping pills and sleep the whole next day through. However, with time, I found that it’s better to live through whatever it is you’re going through emotionally and psychologically. I found that it helps to express your feelings and thoughts – talk to someone you feel close to or write in a journal. When you start dealing with these things, you will understand them better and you will understand your own response to them better, so next time it won’t be so hard. Of course there are certain physiological aspects that are out of your hands and you simply have to push through them.

    milesdj - Feb 13, 2017 | Reply

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