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... Also, try to exercise....Walking, running, whatever interests you. Exercise releases your natural endorphins which will help things. ... (6 replies)
... the very last thing you want to do, but you need exercise, for starters. Your brains recovery is just starting now, that you are finally off of all opiates. Your natural endorphin production hasn't yet begun to start working properly, and exercise is the easiest way to do that. start off with a walk... ... (9 replies)
... hey capt - we all know you're gonna come up smelling of roses - you think you dont have what it takes? think you cant think for yourself? go back and read everything you have posted in response to other peoples problems - these aren't the words of someone who cant do it 'on their own'. these feelings are natural - they'll pass - if for some reason they dont then you know the... (9 replies)

... will certainly minimize your discomfort. I know that Klonopin helps and so does clonodine. I have been using epsom salt baths for my aches. Valarian root is a natural form of valium if you don't want to take a benzo. ... (2 replies)
... tryptophan and natural valarian root will help, with malotonin get the 10 mg tabs and take 40mgs before bed and you will sleep but no more than 40 mgs. ... (6 replies)
... sleeplessness will start to get better and you'll begin to feel much better soon. I remember when i started to feel less withdrawls, I actually started getting natural euphoria. And i'd have to stop and ask myself if i'd taken anything bcuz i couldn't believe that i was actually that euphoric without any "help". ... (21 replies)
Just a little info
Sep 25, 2007
... natural pain blocker. Well, when we use our pills the opiates in the drugs go straight to the receptors, and really douse them will HIGH amounts of this chemical. Amounts way way more than our body can produce naturally. ... (14 replies)
... s also an opiate. What it seems to allow, to me anyway, is a leveling off period if we can't seem to get it together enough to come off and stop upping whatever opiates we are currently using. I believe that sub use or straight withdrawal from whatever we are on takes a good, solid plan and a lot of live help. ... (13 replies)
Addiction Help
Aug 26, 2007
... cuum the house, work out at the gym if able... anything along these lines will help the brain chemistry begin the long journey of beginning to produce again the natural chemicals we need to function out of depression. ... (10 replies)
... have done irrepairable damage to your brain. I am sure there has been a shutting down of some of the processesors in it that produce the chemicals we need in a natural way, but the human body has a wonderful capacity to restore and repair itself if we allow it. ... (6 replies)
... me, personally, some months. Taking Magnesium will help. The body and brain have a lot of repair to do, which will happen after we stop using an opiate and the natural brain chemistry.we replaced with opiates begins to once again produce its own chemicals. It is a long road to repair, but well worth it. ... (3 replies)
Checking in.
Jul 3, 2007
... I don't think or not think about taking meds anymore. Oh, I have a healthy strong memory NOT to take opiates or benzos, but do not think I will ever do so. Not just for fun anyway. ... (4 replies)
... chemical endorphins so it may take you more than a couple of months for your body to catch up and start producing its own natural ones.If the exercise at the gym is causing you to feel that bad I would say to quit going for a bit..Is your job at work physical? ... (10 replies)
... hours of natural sleep. ... (5 replies)
... i will have natural energy and not feel the need to lean on opiates anymore. We'll see!!!! ... (8 replies)
... Congrats on Day 10 meddguy and coder: Meddguy, I can totally relate to the difficulty in changing routine. When I was using, I'd wait all day until 8 or 9pm, then I'd pop a bunch of percs, smoke a big J, and lie down and watch movies... almost every night. It is hard now to find things to keep busy. I went to the gym last night for the first time in years, and I can relate... (12 replies)
... Can someone please tell me that i WILL be able to do this. And that I WILL get some natural energy back.! ... (27 replies)
... Hey Kadee: That's so funny.....my sweet doggys name is Maggie Mae. Hence, my screen-name Maggie. It just goes so perfectly together. I can't ever call a dog by it's first name....like my Mom has Maggies brother , his name is Riley and i call him Riley-Roo. My friends dogs name is Belle....she is Belley-Boo to me.:D Thank u for the concern. I know i need to chug some... (13 replies)
6th Day Of Ct...
May 21, 2007
... It is because opiates make us retain water... that is why they are constipating. Also why we have diarehha and pee our brains out in detox. ... (9 replies)
... The only thing that will help is time sweetie. It just takes time for your brain and body chemistry to restabalize and start producing it's natural chemicals that the drugs stopped it from producing. Unfortunatly those chemicals do take a while to start producing again. ... (7 replies)




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