Many scientists say that exercise can help you to overcome depression, but I never saw the results in my own life. I even tried exercising every single day, which made me feel better physically, but it didn’t seem to help my mental health at all. But that was until I started pushing myself to walk five miles a day, all the way to my ketamine dealer’s house to buy the ketamine that has fixed my depression.
I finally found relief using this method of exercise practically overnight, but I was also curious as to why this knowledge wasn’t more widespread. All of these years I had missed a key part of walking or running, and it was that your destination has to be a place that can actually give you something to treat your depression. In my case, it was my ketamine dealer, but whatever works for you!
Thank God I finally found relief from my depression, and it was all thanks to walking at a consistent pace on a regular basis (and Derek, my dealer)!
I first heard about ketamine treatment for depression a couple years ago, and I have to admit I was skeptical at first. However, it seems that when you combine it with vigorous exercise and get it off the street instead of from a licensed medical professional, it works wonders!
But despite my quick improvements to my mental health, a couple of my friends have told me that it’s not the exercise that’s actually helping me.
“It’s obviously because you’re just snorting ketamine every day,” one of my friends, Sam, told me. “I mean, maybe the walking helps, but I don’t think that’s the reason you’re seeing such a dramatic change.”
“I’m not sure if that’s the safest way to treat your depression,” another friend, Tariq, said. “You should probably talk to a doctor and get prescribed medication instead.”
I get why all my friends seem to be skeptical of the concept of exercise curing my depression, because I was once skeptical too, but I honestly think it’s pretty sad that they doubt the power of daily walking so much.
I think it’s safe to say that exercising every day completely saved my mental health. I’m so thankful, and I don’t know where I’d be without it. Maybe I wouldn’t have withdrawals whenever I happen to skip a day, but who knows!