Oxycontin Withdrawal Symptoms
Oxycontin seemed to be the first opiate to really hook a whole new generation of kids.
It entered the marketplace and hooked a brand new generation of drug users. This seemed to affect middle class and rich kids more than ever before.
Oxycontin is extremely powerful because it could be melted down and injected directly into the vein. One could get high by swallowing, sniffing or injecting oxycontin. It’s often compared to heroin in terms of potency and addiction potential.
Oxycontin withdrawal symptoms include:
- body aches and chills
- runny nose
- flu like symptoms
- and many more
[border padding=”5″ align=”alignleft”]Additional opiates you may experience similar withdrawal symptoms: Lortab, Opana, Oxycontin, Morphine, Methadone, Dilaudid, Suboxone, Norco, Percodan, Stadol, Codeine[/border]
Oxycontin Withdrawal Remedies
Natural remedies for oxycontin include:
- Doctor prescribed medications that can relieve withdrawal symptoms
- Take a warm bath or shower
- Sleep as much as possible
- Watch a good movie that will make you laugh
- Get outside and get some sun
- Take all natural herbs and supplements during detox
- Be with understanding people
- Get a massage, it will feel awesome
Oxycontin Detox Tricks
Detoxing from oxycontin can be tricky but it’s not too bad if you do it the right way. Try to slow taper before going cold turkey. Front load supplements so when you stop taking oxy you don’t feel so terrible. Be creative with your withdrawal and make your detox a success.
And create a clear written plan on exactly what steps you’ll take to quit. And get an accountability partner, someone who will keep you honest during your recovery and make sure you are not cheating, and make sure you quit.