What do comedowns from NBOMe feel like, and how can you feel better?
As NBOMe drugs are quite new, there is little research about them. We rely mainly on user experiences to understand what the comedown from these drugs might feel like. As NBOMe is unpredictable, it can be hard to know how unpleasant the comedown will feel. Generally, the higher the dose of NBOMe, the more unpleasant effects you will experience in the comedown.
If you …
Have feelings of impending doom (like bad things are going to happen)
Have difficulty concentrating or thinking
Have disturbed or vivid dreams
Are not feeling like your usual self (mild depersonalisation)
Have memory loss
Experience red or sore eyes
Have cravings to use more NBOMe
Feel irritable or agitated
Sweat or feel very hot or very cold
Experience low mood
Try these things at home:
Have severe vomiting
Have ongoing insomnia
Have severe headaches or migraines
Feel intensely agitated or aggressive
Experience cognitive impairment
Experience increased memory loss
Experience increased anxiety
Experience increased low mood
Have a tight feeling in your chest
Feel panicked or have a panic attack
Have suicidal thoughts
Have violent thoughts
Call a doctor or Healthline (0800 611 116)
They can talk you through the next steps.
Experience severe memory loss
Experience severe delusions
Become severely emotionally distressed
Have a seizure
These are signs that something more serious is going on. You or the people around you should act quickly.
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