Phenibut Addiction Frequently Asked Questions
A medication used to address insomnia, anxiety and other conditions, Phenibut is chemically similar to the neurotransmitter GABA. While this substance is commonly used in Russia, it’s banned for medical use in most western countries. However, it is still available online or over the counter in the United States and across the world. Even though this substance is simple to obtain, use comes with a number of serious risks.
Often used as a performance enhancing drug among business professionals and students, Phenibut can be dangerous if taken in large doses or over extended periods of time. This substance works by binding to GABA receptors in the brain; with long-term, heavy use, it can quickly impact the body’s ability to produce GABA naturally. Because of this, many people quickly build a tolerance to Phenibut, and experience severe withdrawal symptoms after discontinuing use.
You don’t have to deal with Phenibut addiction treatment alone. If you or someone you’re close to is grappling with Phenibut addiction, The Recovery Village is here to help. Below, you can find links to frequently asked questions about Phenibut. If you need additional information or are ready to take the first step toward treatment, don’t hesitate to contact The Recovery Village.
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