Tianeptine Overdose, and Why It Is So Dangerously Addictive!

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Tianeptine Overdose, and Why It Is So Dangerously Addictive!

Tianeptine Overdose and Review Logs On The Web, Why Is Tianeptine So Freakishly Addictive?

Tianeptine overdose and review logs on the web are plentiful in number, and this has become heavily worrisome to me as someone that has been in the Nootropics blogging space for nearly half a decade now, as Tianeptine really can be a very effective Smart Drug when the product is used properly. Tianeptine however, when abused or misused by those who take the product, can really lead to some pretty serious problems in the user in question, and in fact a large majority of the people that take Tianeptine abuse or misuse the drug, to my disdain and of the many users that take it responsibly, there was even a Powder City Lawsuit recently that caused the company to shut down after someone overdosed on their product, and met their end, read the article for more details and information as it was quite a scary story. For more information on Tianeptine and a host of other similar and related Nootropics and Smart Drugs, be sure to subscribe to our blog for a free sample of nootropics worth over fifty dollars, and to comment down below with your thoughts and opinions on the article, and we’ll get back to you within one business day with a response.

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What is a Tianeptine Overdose, and How Common Is This?

A Tianeptine overdose is actually fairly uncommon, and while a lot of the users that take Tianeptine do in fact misuse or use the drug improperly in comparison to how the drug should be used effectively, even the majority of these will never have an overdose from Tianeptine. There are however a considerable number of Tianeptine overdose review logs on the internet, as well as what I am sure are mild or serious overdoses to Tianeptine that occur behind closed doors, and given the amount of people that use Tianeptine regularly or that are addicted to Tianeptine, I would bet my money on saying that I’d say dozens of people every single year are likely having at least mild Tianeptine overdoses.

Tianeptine for Long Term Use, and Why It Is Much More Likely To Lead to A Tianeptine Overdose and Addiction

Long term use of Tianeptine is something that I absolutely do not recommend, for the reason that with regular use leads to Tianeptine tolerance, and with Tolerance to Tianeptine leads to more of the drug being used more frequently, which can easily lead to a dangerous cycle that will build up more and more tolerance to the drug, and so on and so on. If you take the drug not very often however, like say once every three weeks in order to have a good time with your girlfriend or something, and you take it at a very small dosage, like 6 to 12 milligrams every single time, you should be good to avoid an overdose from Tianeptine, let alone a possible addiction at such a low dosage.

Tianeptine vs Kratom Regarding a Tianeptine Overdose and Overdose Likelihood

Comparing Tianeptine vs Kratom and their risk of overdose is less like comparing Apples and Oranges, and a lot more like comparing Red Apples to Green Apples, as they are both in the same ballpark as far as their intentions go, but with a slightly different flavor. Tianeptine has more of an SSRI anti depressant type effect, whereas Kratom has more of an opiate, painkiller type of effect, both are very effective for their prospective uses, however each has their own varying degrees of addictiveness, overdose and withdrawal risks, personally for these two, I would put these risks at a dead tie!

Tianeptine vs Phenibut

When looking at Tianeptine vs Phenibut, the odds are a little bit different, and while the addiction and overdose risks are still actually pretty close, a lot closer than you might think they would be generally speaking, however I would put Tianeptine as the more high risk and addictive drug than I would Phenibut. It is much easier to get hooked on Tianeptine, the withdrawal from Tianeptine is much harsher to ride through than that of the withdrawal from Phenibut is, and to top it all off, there is a documented Tianeptine overdose lawsuit currently still being drawn out in court at the moment of me writing this blog post, Tianeptine 1, Phenibut 0 for overdose and addition risk.

Final Thoughts On Tianeptine Overdose and Addiction Logs, and How to Avoid These When Using Tianeptine

And that my loyal readers, is why I think that you should be somewhat careful while using Tianeptine or Phenibut, and of why I feel that although both of these supplements are fairly useful in the right instances, that they should be used sparingly, and that goes for Kratom as well! Tianeptine can really be a great and very useful Nootropic supplement when it is used in the right way, however use it the wrong way or misuse the drug, and you will soon feel its harsh wrath and will regret it in full, so always use caution as much as possible and research, research, research before making any rash decisions! For more information on Tianeptine and a host of other similar and related Nootropics and Smart Drugs, subscribe to the blog!

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Sources: 

  1. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02886130
  2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1662399
  3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1409797

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