What are some common side effects of taking NZT?
Here is one of the remarkable things about NZT: virtually 100% of people on a regimen of NZT (that is, people who have taken the full regimen of NZT, as directed) report experiencing virtually no side effects.
What are the side effects if I should stop taking NZT?
Once you have started taking NZT, it is vitally important that you finish the regimen – or proceed from your initial regimen of NZT into a ‘maintenance’ regimen. While virtually all users of NZT report experiencing no side effects, those discontinuing use of NZT have reported myriad side effects as part of their withdrawal.
Users who did not complete their initial NZT regimen or who missed a dose or who chose to discontinue use of NZT reported experiencing (among other side effects and withdrawal symptoms) insomnia (difficulty sleeping), extreme back pain, frequent urinary tract infection, nausea, vomiting, nasal congestion, mouth dryness, acute sensitivity to sound and light, weakness, exhaustion, feelings of extreme thirst and hunger, glandular issues, organ failure, increased sexual appetite or lack of sexual desire, impotence and feelings of limited self worth. Others reported experiencing violent thoughts, brain damage, blackouts, suicidal feelings, homicidal feelings, extreme paranoia, rapid aging, time dysplasia, psychosis and possibly even death.