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  1. Not exactly on-topic, but I would start by fixing the cause. Abstinence in itself does not bring anything good. Usually the opposite result is obtained. During abstinence from something, the desire for this increases, as a result, the desire itself at some point leads to the fact that a person breaks down and worsens the result that was before the start of abstinence.

    In order to avoid such a breakdown, desire management techniques are usually used. For example, in the case of smoking, you can identify triggers that trigger subsequent behavior and eliminate triggers, as a byproduct, the frequency of smoking will decrease.

    Apathy, too, something causes. Work with the causes, then eliminate the consequences. If you fill it with drug therapy, it will lead to a change in you, but it will only be maintained for the duration of therapy, and then everything will return to its original level.

  2. Can. To do this, you can and should use tryptophan or 5-HTP (amino acids that are precursors to serotonin). You can also add L-tyrosine and L-theanine, also amino acids-these are for dopamine. They help with what is called a flatline.

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