Posted 09 October 2018 - 04:12 PM
Posted 09 October 2018 - 05:20 PM
Not sure myself, but withdrawal will occur even when it is out as it is all the rewiring going on in the noggin. However, something like that can only benefit I am sure. Will see if anyone has anything to be said on it...
When someone comes up with a "brain detox" I'll be very interested
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Posted 09 October 2018 - 06:08 PM
IUN is right. withdrawal is not a function of how much is in your system it is a function of its absence from the body. You body has been use to Cymbalta controlling the serotonin and norepinephrine. Now the nerves have to readapt and relearn how to control these neurotransmitters all over. Research has shown that for the nerves to fully recover takes on average 2 years BUT that doesn't mean you will have withdrawal for 2 years. At some point (usually 6 to 8 months) your body is recovered enough so any remaining symptoms are tolerable and still improving.
Using a liver detox will cause a sudden release of the Cymbalta in your liver into the blood system and increase your blood levels of Cymbalta. That actually brings some relief. As that Cymbalta in your blood begins to decrease you go back to the withdrawal state. The same thing applies to the Cymbalta stored in fat tissue. many members have tried to loos weight while going through withdrawal. They usually experience a small improvement in symptoms followed by a sudden increase in withdrawal after the weight is lost.
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