Ketamine withdrawal by Georgie1410Shrooms would be ideal for microdosing - however it is swapping one drug reliance for another Ketamine addiction is primarily developed over seeking the most escapism, wanting out of your reality, routine, day and consciousness for a short while. Its cheap, light in its comedown and very socially accepted within most universities, so its quickly able to take over someones life, with little attention caused. I overcame my ketamine addiction with the use of a more holistic approach; after my friends called an intervention, i slowly began improving my relationship with myself esteem, friends, family, work and uni aspects. I started leaving the house more, even just for a walk. my friends were so supportive in getting me back to being excited for old hobbies like movies and food, - when i was taking ket i wouldnt eat at all. When i strengthened these bonds i knew i would sacrifice too much if i started taking it again, and to be honest completely escaping out of reality for a bit just wasnt the priority anymore, it put me in a much better place from when i started uni and started taking ket. Addiction sheds light on various factors, but for young students adopting addiction over a university period, factors like social anxiety, self-esteem, stress, overthinking, etc are of major importance. its much easier to be in your room completely out of it, then forcefully social and feeling vulnerable. if they are unable to adjust to these connections just yet, microdosing shrooms can very well help an individual stop relying on the dissociation of ketamine and to the connections caused by shrooms, but soon this should be replaced with non-substance based activities, bonding experiences etc. Only speaking from experience, i hope this helps!