Valium Addiction part 2

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  • * 2 days later. Jimmy is has another anxiety attack. But this time he just goes to the store and buys some Valium.
  • May I please have a strip of Valium?
  • Sure dear. That will be 5 dollars
  • Weeks went by, and Jimmy was constantly popping Valiums and thus kept needing more. In other words Jimmy was addicted to Valium. As he kept taking it his temper grew.
  • Get me a strip of Valium!
  • This is your 5th one this week! Are you sure you are not addicted?
  • After abusing Valium for a while every time Jimmy took Valium, he grew aggressive, depressed then started to have cognitive deficits and psychotic experiences.
  • Are you kidding this thing is keeping me going in collage.
  • Ok, then. Here you go.
  • The Valium also made him drowsy, restless, nauseous and made his mouth dry almost immediately after taking the pills.
  • Ok, FINE, I WILL JUST GO TO ANOTHER SHOP YOUR LOSS!
  • Sorry but this is the last one I can give you this week.
  • Every day Jimmy required more and more Valium to get the same feeling he got before. He started experiencing the short term effects of Valium. He frequently had a fever, a rapid heart rate and stomach cramps. He also started began to more depressed and as a result became more anxious making him always irritated.
  • As Jimmy became more and more dependant on Valium, his body started to experience Valium's long term effects. His pulse slowed, and breathing became difficult. He also started having some memory loss, hallucinations.
  • Hey you got any Vs? You know like Yellow Vs, Blue Vs, Benzos, Dead flower powers, Downers, Foofoo, Howards, Sleep aways, tranks anything?
  • Yeah, I might, how much do you want?
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