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... o have helped me some. I'm sure there are other things that may do better, but I am sure, like me you prefer not to go get a script for a sleep aid. Melatonin is natural and I think is produced in the body. And it is cheap. Had difficult time finding it in walmart but it was there all along. Good luck and God bless. ... (10 replies)
... its an easy way out and even then there is no guarentee..it could be even worse than what you feel now..if you can i suggest that you find a way to go some place natural like a lake or arboritum and take in nature..you will see serenity there if you ler youself. that is life. that is why we live. your family needs you. ... (18 replies)
... Hi guys --A few updates. Yesterday was a big day for me. I went back to NA and was welcomed with OPEN ARMS. I was very nervous walking BACK in after a 3 month hiatus, but the first thing that happened was a HUGE huge from about 3 people that I had got know over the 8 months before. I was nice. I also had to FAST for 12 hours so I could get all my blood work done today. ... (10 replies)

... Well thought I would chime in and give everyone an update. NA starts tonight for me. I have mixed emotions. Kind of anxious to see who will be there. I know that I was very happy when someone came back, but I was also disappointed in them. That is natural. I also have a DR appt coming up to do the WHOLE body check. I am worried that I have done damage to my body etc. I... (10 replies)
... Hi spork. Day 3 and 4 are bad, without a doubt. Just think, however, that after that interval of time, it gets better. I AM SOO GLAD THAT I'M OFF OF THOSE ******* PILLS. You will be too. Stay strong, friend. YOU CAN DO THIS. Many others have detoxed before us, and they are soo happy to be free, clean and sober, overflowing with natural God-given Joy! There is a prize... (74 replies)
... Doctors say that you can feel "fake pain" when coming off of pain meds, because your body's natural ability to handle pain is way decreased. My lower back has been killing me for about 3 days. I'm on subutex, about to start suboxone today. ... (0 replies)
... your brain releases endorphins which are are natural opiates that elevate mood and reduces pain. ... (11 replies)
... Just keep reminding yourself that it's going to get better and what you're feeling is only as a result of your brain not yet reproducing natural opiates on its own. As soon as it does, the depression will subside and you will go back to how you were before ever getting on the pills. ... (6 replies)
... lean. I didn't take them because I had a messed up life and needed to escape my reality. I actually love my life, I just wanted to get high. I really like the natural high I get from being off of them and from working out again and playing sports. ... (41 replies)
... It's all natural and available at most health food stores or vitamin stores. ... (41 replies)
... I'm sure the RLS will eventually go away. Aren't there some kind of natural remedies somewhere out there for that? ... (7 replies)
... Hello CArGuy, Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts and for the very helpful tips. Your are right about the Hot showers..ahhhhhh. I plan to keep myself as sedated as possible. I remember the first time I tried....the sleep...Oh, gosh "what sleep" I have a friend who is giving me some seroquel. I dont know if you know what that is, but it is a pretty strong... (14 replies)
... the body's natural opiates! ... (14 replies)
... you can do it!Just take it one day at a time and I promise it does pass and the depression does go away in time.The depression is the narcotic screwing with the natural seratonin levels.You will be surprised how you have the strength to deal with major issues once you are sober.I hope this helps you. ... (14 replies)
Stone Cold OUT
Sep 20, 2003
... active, even a walk around the block, that will help. Aside from killing more time and taking your mind off of the nastiness you are feeling, exercise helps our natural opiates, endorphins, to begin kicking back in. ... (13 replies)
... Captain Jack, Congratulations on starting the suboxone tomorrow. I've been on it for a little over 2 months and am just amazed. Like I told someone yesterday, I have to temper what I say about the stuff because it has been that good for me. I did not go thru W/Ds and I feel what I perceive to be normal for the first time in my life. I've talked on here before (and... (20 replies)
... Creeky, Keep asking all the questions you want. I'm really caught up in your excitement of getting clean. I am also positive that the more you know, the less chance there is of a relapse. I did the very minimum when I first tried to get clean 5 years ago and relapsed time and time again and would be willing to do a little more every time I relapsed and learned a little... (26 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)
... A quick note to those taking opiates, and those trying to quit. Opiates affect your brain, possibly permanently. By substituting artificial pleasure endorphins, your kill your body's natural systems for making you happy. ... (4 replies)
... To be honest, Patty, I do not think you are an addict in the truest sense of the word. I think you have become dependent on opiates starting from true pain treatment and are now displaying addictive behaviour. ... (22 replies)




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