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How to cure Stimulant Addiction in Starfield

To be happy and healthy.

Even in certain video game RPGs, you can’t escape the nasty side effects of using drugs. There’s a small chance when you use a stimulant in Starfield that you’ll become addicted to it. This will give you the Stimulant Addiction status effect, which can negatively affect your carry weight and O2 recovery rate. So, how can you cure Stimulant Addiction in Starfield? Continue reading to find out some solutions.

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How to fix Stimulant Addiction

If you’re someone who relies on using stimulants often, you’ll probably end up addicted at least once. This can result in you becoming encumbered and will slow your O2 recovery. How you can cure Stimulant Addiction in Starfield is either through taking a Junk Flush Stimulant or visiting a doctor.

How To Cure Stimulant Addiction In Starfield

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The cheapest way to cure yourself of this addiction is by finding a doctor. In all major cities such as New Atlantis, Akila City, and Neon, you’ll find a doctor’s office. Once you arrive, chat with a doctor, and they can cure your Stimulant Addiction for 450 credits. This really isn’t a lot of money once you start getting further into Starfield since credits are easy to come by.

If you don’t want to have to always visit a doctor, you can also purchase Junk Flush Stimulant for 665 credits. Vendors sell these stimulants that will cure your Stimulant Addiction with… another stimulant. Sounds counter-intuitive, but it works! It’s a little more pricey, but it’s good to have a few on you when out adventuring.

Another thing you may rather purchase to stave off the effects of addiction is Addichrone. This is yet another stimulant that will temporarily stop the negative side effects of the addiction for 10 minutes. It’s much cheaper at 380 credits, so if you like to be frugal, keep some Addichrone on you to take before you get the chance to visit a doctor.

Starfield is available on Steam and the Microsoft Store.

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Anyka Pettigrew has been a Staff Writer for PC Invasion since November 2023 and a Contributing Writer since February 2023. She is a Canadian graduate of a Bachelor of Arts degree who has been writing in games journalism for four years. Anyka is an avid guides writer but also enjoys writing anything from news pieces, to reviews, and even opinion pieces. Having a never-ending passion for video games for as long as she can remember got her into a plethora of genres like action adventure, RPGs, horror, survival etc. Some of her favorite franchises are God of War, Persona, The Last of Us, Zelda, and Resident Evil. She also enjoys reading fantasy and sci-fi books, as well as drawing digital art. Anyka also regularly listens to podcasts on gaming news from 'Kinda Funny Games', and 'Play, Watch, Listen'.