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... I got on benzos due to a doctor giving me opiates for an illness.... ... (28 replies)
... discussed this before, but I believe in the theory that some of us, either from birth or due to our abuse of the opiates, have brains that no longer produce the natural pain killers that a "normal" person's brain produces. ... (10 replies)
... ace when needed then when not needed just rest. But remember the more you can exercise the better you will feel and the faster the body purges your system of the opiates and replaces them with natural serotonin. ... (11 replies)

Opiate Withdrawl
Apr 4, 2002
... I've been reading these posts for a while now........I've been addicted to opiates for a while, used them to get off of a cocaine addiction. ... (81 replies)
... I hope this gives you a little bit of relief. Try to remember that opiates mess with the cemical component of the brain in a pretty crappy way, so you've been used to sleeping with them for a long time. ... (1 replies)
... e issues that it did not work and was a scam and continued to prescribe premeain etc causing cancer in women because the drug compaines wanted to stop all of the natural ways that work. If folks really knew what most doctors in the US that write scripts know and how they were trained to do so well in a nutshell it would be scary. ... (16 replies)
... Here's what the Dr. had to tell me. He said that my problem was that the opiates I had been taking had done away with my natural endorphins for so long that my body doesn't know how to produce them yet. And that's why I was feeling so badly. ... (11 replies)
May 1, 2008
... I think it feels like our own natural endorphins,our "feel good" chemicals in our brain starting to come back after being shut down by the opiates for so long. I felt like I was on top of the world for a few days there...has evened out now.Still feel good, but it does seem like a natural high,doesnt it? ... (6 replies)
... I thought that I would share how this has gone for me as fear of life without either opiates or benzos was a fear for me the same as it is for so many of us. ... (14 replies)
... I can speak only for myself. Antidepressants were needed for a time after my detox from opiates, but the natural state, the joy I had drug free as a child and an adult, was the end result. ... (118 replies)
I'm back...
May 25, 2007
... regulate my bodies natural sleep mechanisms. I began to use Valium as a tool to help fall asleep, but of course benzos are addictive as well. ... (11 replies)
... It will get better, Dodd. It takes time and effort, but the depression does really get better. It is part of the natural course of withdrawing. Your body needs a bit of time to start producing its own natural endorphines and seratonin again. ... (9 replies)
... but try to get into excercising, even a little at a time...all the research I did on endorphins paid off. The body produces natural endorphins that are released during things like working out...we loose these in the madness of the opiates like the hydrocodone. ... (7 replies)
... stitute, your system stops making it naturally. The net result is that when you stop taking the artificial version it takes a while for your body to produce the natural chemical. ... (3 replies)
... I have probably withdrawn from opiates about six times in the last year. I have been clean now 23 days. The physical symptoms are pretty much gone. ... (38 replies)
... the natural highs I would come to experience were far better then any pill or drug ever gave me! ... (39 replies)
... so your sleep problems relate to withdrawal of opiates and not benzos? ... (4 replies)
Sometin wrong?
Dec 8, 2003
... since on the Suboxone. He's been on it for five months and yes, I think he has been "feeling" things more, but I don't think it's because of the Suboxone. The opiates put him in a zombie state for so long that he was numb to everything. ... (21 replies)
... Hello & Welcome to the HealthBoards David :) To be straight out blunt and honest, RUN away from the oxy! As far as you can! I too went through the same thing as you. It made me feel "normal", better than any psych medication had ever worked. I turned into an opiate addict and hid it for 8yrs (at a rough guess, I can't quite remember when my addiction began). I was fully... (2 replies)
... That will certainly make you feel better. It will get your endorphins going and it is a natural mood enhancer. ... (15 replies)

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