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... thers mentioned that Celexa, the anidepressant, helps as well. Others take ultram, xanax, valium, but to me, that's just more pills. I'm wondering if there's a natural way. ... (10 replies)
... it will get your natural endorphins working again. Best of luck to you and please post again for encouragement. ... (10 replies)
... d symptoms. If you are able start to exercise. Walking jogging anything that will get your heart rate up. For me if I exercise enough to break a sweat the natural endorphins start to kick in and I feel great. When we have taken opieates for so long our body takes a break from producing the endorphins naturally. ... (8 replies)

... I didn't know that. I honestly don't remember if I yawned during my dependency. But, yawning was the first withdrawal that I experienced coming off of Percocets that alerted me that I might be having withdrawals, and YES it was very annoying!! ... (2 replies)
... because once withdrawal starts you won't want to do any of that. ... (2 replies)
Advice please
Nov 17, 2003
... ne. in my experience it will depend on the person and the drug they are using and the amount of pills used each day. i understand the medicine has a hold on you. hydrocodone is a powerful opiate. when i used hydrocodone it was the most beautiful feeling ive ever experienced. i felt very happy and loving towards those i was close to. ... (27 replies)
... to be a bodybuilder, but that was put on a 4 year hiatus once I got addicted to the Ultram. I really think the key is keeping yourself busy, ways to trigger your natural endorphins to kick in. ... (3 replies)
... maybe during the war, the germans also discovered hydrocodone and hydromorphone and the Oxy family as well. ... (9 replies)
... I posted the following message on another person's thread, but thought I would put it here too,to fill-out MY story and give some more information about my situation. Here is the message in its entirity: Thanks, Lou (19 replies)
... That is a very good question. I can speak from experience, having been an active addict to hydrocodone and darvocet for more than 2 years following a botched spinal surgery. ... (14 replies)
... Luckily, you are getting past the stages where the physical affects of withdrawal are starting to dissipate, now you've got to deal with the psychological effects and those are a real bear. ... (51 replies)
... I have been addicted to hydrocodone for about six years. I am now taking Subutex and tapering very, very slowly as I was unable to do what you are doing. ... (2 replies)
... h it. Theres no way i can go a day without pain pills. There have been times when ive been in the hospital or i run out of my prescription and yes you do go thru withdrawal because its only natural. Your body gets used to it and when you stop it completely your body goes thru withdrawals. ... (15 replies)




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