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... Well been on the sub for 19 days now bit of a rocky start as you may know but thigs have levelled out & i think i'm doing pretty well. Worked out my taper programme on Friday but they want me to wait another month before beginning, but i'm keen to do it quicker though i know this could be wrong so i have agreed to be assessed for the taper in 2 weeks time & if i'm ok then it... (0 replies)
... not to take it for more than 2 weeks. I can pretty much guarantee you that you will at least have really vivid dreams, I've read that ambien and benzos suppress natural REM sleep and once you've been on them for even a few days your body is starved for REM and once you go off, you dream like crazy to catch up. ... (23 replies)
... g to happen. I can tell you this though, you were not meant to spend your life addicted to I say reclaim your life...whatever it takes. Once the opiates are out of the picture, the other issues might be a little more in focus. ... (21 replies)

Day 29
May 15, 2005
... you are not getting a good nights sleep, then everything else falls apart, and depression creeps in. Some of your depression, no doubt, comes from quitting the opiates after sending huge doses to your receptors for a long time. But, what I understand, is eventually, natural endorphins, do come back, it just takes time. ... (8 replies)
... narcotic pain relievers. They ARE there. We addicts just don't even CONSIDER them as part of the medical field. Only opiates will do! ... (5 replies)
... softening effects of the hydro. I MISS my old pills...I can get anxious just wondering if I'll ever have a natural high again! But I understand that all this change is a shock to my brain, which totally forgot how to produce its own endorphins. ... (14 replies)
... Reality.. I don't know exactly what to say-the first thing running thru my mind-is that you sound extremely intelligent/aware of your addiction-and the "mom"-aspect of me-is that im worried about you.. Ritilan seems to be the drug o' choice for alot of the kids-cos its easily many are on it.. i did have a bout w/ adderall for 7 months-(eating disorder)-and... (6 replies)
... I was taking those too! I asked and addiction doc about them when I got out of rehab because long ago when I was taking them I was told they were not mind altering, non narcotic, and not addicting. So when I got out of rehab I was hoping I could at least take a ultram, NOPE, my doctor said they DO have opiates in em and they do stop your brain from naturally producing natural... (14 replies)
I feel Horrible...
Nov 21, 2004
... our brain right now are yelling for narcotics. This takes time for these darn things to get use to being without drugs. Your body produces endomorphin which is a natural pain reliever and what makes us "feel normal." Unfortunately this gets put to the side when we use opiates. ... (9 replies)
... You can always loose weight. If you had the strenght to quit the opiates and go to the Suboxone, you will have no problem with weight. I also like to look slim and trim and look like Joe Elvis when I go to School and get my daughter. ... (15 replies)
Trying to stop!
Aug 31, 2004
... it will get a tiny bit better....sleep wont come back for some is usually the last sysmptom to disapear but can take a month or so...opiates rob you of natural sleep......i had zero luck with over the counter stuff to help... ... (15 replies)
... In your own situation, however, I think your addiction was such a natural reaction to your having to watch you wife leaving this world...and leaving you. ... (13 replies)
... depressants, but they are not addicts. Building a tolerance does not mean that you are becoming addicted it is natural and happens with a variety of drugs not just benzos and opiates. ... (15 replies)
Jun 10, 2004
... e cravings, but they subsided. I knew I would never be able to taper, because if I had them, I would certainly take them, plus, I don't think a taper works with opiates and opioids. I can tell you that after the first 5 days, my mind began to clear and I started feeling better with each day. ... (7 replies)
... What is wrong with you? You are an addict! Just like I am! I have done the same thing as far as "creating problems" to get pain meds- was always too afraid to call in scripts or steal script pads (for the sake of not going to jail and leaving childen behind) but never-the-less, I came up with ways to get them. My advice would be, if you are off the opiates (pain meds),... (10 replies)
... you know natural highs.. ... (5 replies)
When does it end
May 2, 2004
... She would give up too soon and take it again then try not to...very irregular and soon the 3 mgs. stopped working. I tried to tell her she did not give natural sleep enough time and she kept giving in to more Valium after a few days, then she'd get mad at herself and try to not take any. She never stayed on course. ... (359 replies)
When does it end
May 1, 2004
... his natural sleep patterns effected mainly. ... (359 replies)
Apr 21, 2004
... Michelle - We seem so much in the same boat here (rowing in circles!) :D Joining you in "brutal honesty"--YOUR fear...has been MY fear--giving up the pills entirely...knowing I will never again have that feeling of "all's right with the world." (Which is so crazy because my reaction is so mild now...and lasts only about a quarter of a hour!!) I guess I'm lucky that I have... (35 replies)
... When someone quits this type of drug, sleep, unfortunately, is the last thing to "work itself out." It may take weeks for your body to readjust to natural sleep. ... (3 replies)

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