How to Withdrawal from Opioids

withdrawal from opioids
Poppy plants are what opiates are derived from.
By: Reilly Johnson

“The Truth About Opiate Withdrawal and How to Find Relief”

Did you know the average user goes through opiate withdrawal 10 – 25x?!

What is opiate withdrawal?

Opioid Withdrawal is when ANY narcotic, opiate or prescription pain medicine like hydrocodone, oxycontin, percocet, heroin is taken regularly (at least twice a day) over a period of time (usually for min 3 weeks).

When should I expect opioid withdrawal signs and symptoms to begin?

You will usually feel opioid withdrawal symptoms between 4 – 24 hours after you’ve taken your last prescription pill, narcotic or opiate dose. The intensity of your withdrawal symptoms will depend on how much and how often you were using.

What are common opioid withdrawal symptoms?

Withdrawal from opioids leaves users in a GREAT state of physical, psychological and emotional pain. The pain and discomfort suffered can be brutal. Narcotic withdrawal symptoms are also commonly known as “Dope sickness,” and you can expect them to last anywhere from 5 – 30 days depending.

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  • restlessness
  • extreme irritability
  • insomnia
  • loss of appetite
  • body tremors
  • depression
  • agitation
  • diarrhea
  • anxiety
  • abdominal cramping
  • vomiting
  • high blood pressure
  • shaking
  • chills and flushing
  • sweating
  • aches & pains in the bones and muscles
  • muscle spasms from head to toes
  • restless leg syndrome (RLS) x 100
  • strong cravings
  • strong feelings of vulnerability
  • and plenty more … [/list]

How can I ease painful narcotic withdrawal symptoms?

Finding painkiller and narcotic remedies that work isn’t easy. That’s why I’ve prepared  3 articles detailing helpful withdrawal erasing tips below. The very best articles for withdrawal and detox are listed below:

#1. 4 Remarkable Supplements for Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms

#2. 7 All-Natural Vitamins and Minerals Perfect for Refueling After Opiate Addiction  

#3. Top 10 Quick and Easy Opioid Withdrawal Home Remedies 

4 thoughts on “How to Withdrawal from Opioids”

  1. You figured this one out in your own reorpt the closing of eight of nine pain clinics that prescribed millions of doses of opioids in one Ohio county doesn’t mean success. It means the users will switch to heroin. The funds are designed to help people addicted to prescription drugs get treatment so they can go back to work means Methadone with is more addictive, causes more OD’s and has a huge relapse rate. There’s a good fix.Obviously this keep the kids out of the medicine cabinet mentality is fatal. Think it’s time to legalize and regulate drugs already and end this madness, or is this ridiculous notion of Pharmaceutical profiteering at the expense of countless lives still attractive in some way?

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