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... have had, like most in the entire human race, a life balanced with wonderful things and things I perceived to be tragedies. Some were tragedies, some were just natural events clumped together that felt tragic to me, personally. ... (13 replies)
... withdrawal symptoms such as sweating, anxiety, sleeplessness, restless leg..Etc. The reason for the over flooding of norepinephrine and adrenaline is because the opiates one abused suppressed their production in the locus coreleus portion of the brain. ... (8 replies)
Jun 22, 2007
... I feel like i'm not making much sense here, but what i'm trying to sum up is that OPIATES CAUSE SYMPTOMS THAT WE TRY TO IGNORE AND PASS OFF AS SYMPTOMS WE'VE ALWAYS HAD......WHEN IN ALL ACTUALITY, THESE SYMPTOMS ARE A RESULT OF THE OPIATES. ... (24 replies)

... here want to help you out. You can do this, you just have to focus your energy and develop some serious discipline, while accepting the fact that all the pain is natural and will subside as long as you don't take any more opiates. ... (2 replies)
Feb 25, 2011
... Life is much better without an opiate addiction. I can attest to the fact that the high of opiates is small potatoes next to the high of realizing you don't need them. Ever. ... (38 replies)
Feb 9, 2009
... blocker once the opiate withdrawal is initiated the use of more opiates only serves to make the body go into withdrawal worse. So it's a pretty good incentive not to relapse. ... (8 replies)
... ut i started out as a usual addict on opiates....the meth is a form of maintance as the bupe is also...they have there good points and bad points...they are both opiates also and since they are long acting opiates you have to get off them real slow...alot slower than the fast acting opiates such as hydrocodone or oxycodone.... ... (8 replies)
...'s mostly about hanging out alone or with each natural goals. "Nibbling' an opiate has become the day's focus. It's just been so insidious. ... (34 replies)
... blown withdrawals but it is in the same class as opiates so it is addictive. ... (10 replies)
... all over again. The natural endorphin process in your body has been turned off because the opiates have taken over for it. So, you have to PUSH yourself to get them working again. ... (11 replies)
... Believe me, addiction to opiates is such an epidemic in this world that it does not surprise doctors anymore. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I agree totally about getting off of all opiates or prescribed pain meds. I am a nurse and was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, a crippling form of arthritis. ... (7 replies)
My next week
Aug 19, 2006
... until a couple of weeks ago i believed what i now know to be an urban myth, that when you take opiates your body slowly reduces its output of natural endorphins which in turn when you stop taking opiates leads to symptoms of withdrawal, this is actually only a very small part of what a withdrawal is. ... (29 replies)
Aug 16, 2006
... Withdrawls are a funny thing, many people think that it is just your body stopping producing its natural endorphins that causes withdrawls and part of it is just that, however not a lot of people know or have heard what the major cause of a withdrawl is. ... (12 replies)
... re a man or woman. I am a guy and was getting to the point of where you are feeling and it turned out to be very low testosterone. The opiods suppress the bodies natural production of testosterone and luckily there is testosterone replacement therapy. This is good news for guys but not for women. ... (74 replies)
... It helps to know why you feel this way. Using opiates is like flooding your brain with natural endorphins, hence the feel good. Since there are all these extra endorphins, your brain develops extra receptors over time to catch some of them. ... (24 replies)
Day 1
Mar 18, 2011
... anxiety... When you take opiates they release HIGH amounts of endorphins, serotonin and dopamine which are all naturally produced by our body BUT when you take opiates it release mass amounts of it. which gives you that "euphoric" feeling we all love at first.... ... (28 replies)
Second Go
Jan 19, 2011
... o any Klonapin. To me, natural things have always been preferred to chemically processed stuff. And, as we all know each of us is different, I know that my demon is opiates. ... (219 replies)
... medical reason, there is a problem. If this behaviour continues, a much bigger problem will come about. Our brains and bodies quickly become dependent on these opiates for that 'feel good' feeling. ... (4 replies)
... yes, use of opiates can cause depression, among other things. ... (6 replies)

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