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... for energy, daily vitamins, and healthy food. Just takes time for your body to heal. Anxiety though is normal while detoxing your body is in a panic mode cause its not getting what it wants. ... (12 replies)
... peasy for me with the Hydroxyzine. I had three bad days and then the rest was tolerable. I'm now off Norco totally. Good luck to everyone who decides to quite. ... (1 replies)
... Hey. Congrats on that cut u just took!!! And welcome to the boards. You can ALWAYS post here... Sometimes I do even if no one is writing back cause it helps keep my mind clear. I'm addicted to pills too- oxycodone. I take maybe 7-10 a day of 15mg pills. I've been getting 180 if them for 2years or 3 and before that it was 7 years of 10mg percocets. Now I'm on a... (29 replies)

... So I have been through my fair share of withdrawals from Percocet! The restlessness, aches, sleeplessness, vomiting etc!! It is pure pure hell. As many of you know when you are withdrawing you will do anything to make it go away!! So I have done tons and tons of research on this and have found a miracle that has worked for me! Last week as I was about to withdraw again I was... (9 replies)
... Awww! Thank you so much!! I just knew there had to be SOMEBODY out there who understands and has hopefully gone through it. Yeah, I also know what you mean about Ambiens... I just left my dr and he Rx'd me Clonidine for BP and Clonazepan for the anxiety. Both are only 1 weeks worth. He said he appreciated me being so upfront and honest, as I told him if I can't be honest w/... (9 replies)
... I did not take anything for anxiety no... ... (8 replies)
... I am he same way, if I have them I will take them. Good luck tomorrow!!! You came a long way in such a short time... Were you taking anything else to help with anxiety or stomach? ... (8 replies)
... the medication was extremely tough. I started withdrawing by only taking it once a day, then every other day, and then stopped. Yes, you are going to experience anxiety and irribility, but it is well worth a clear mind and reduced dependancy because it really does consume your life. ... (23 replies)
... if you look at it like a mountain.. given what youve been using... day 3, youre at the top of the mountain (acute withdrawal stage... will prob be only 2 more days of that max, then just mental anxiety). You can decide to turn back and go down the hill, or keep going down the other side. I would suggest the latter. Youve gotten this far already, next time will be the same... (2 replies)
... Musicman I hate the anxiety/sleep issues also but I definitely hate that toilet thing my friend! lol (11 replies)
... Same boat as me norcoguy. We will both get through this soon. Just keep on trying! In a few months we will look back and pat eachother on the back. You seem to have the same issue with me with the sleeping and anxiety! That is one of the worst side effects. I rather sit on the toilet with a bucket in my hand than have that sleeping terror (11 replies)
... Tyrosine works great for fatigue, vit b6, b12, vit d for mood, lots of gatorade!! and try to eat something healthy man. no coffee, if you have anxiety due to withdrawals itll only make them worse, a sip wont hurt if youte used to your morning coffee just dont down a whole mug! ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for the responses again. I was thinking more of sipping the wine in the to ease anxiety not to necessarily sleep. I'll try the Benadryl. Just bought some. ... (13 replies)
... Well worded, Reachout. You hit it on the head. It is all but impossible to hide the symptoms. You're right about the Xanax, it can become a crutch, in Opiate WD's, benzos help with the jittery feelings and anxiety, but if not careful, taking too many is possible. All the more reason to have a "caretaker" if possible. The Wd's from Opiates usually don't kill anyone, but WD's... (13 replies)
... ychological symptoms or you will be right back to where you are. You need a plan to stay sober and heal your soul in addition to your body. I do understand the anxiety of this and it does seem daunting, but you can get through it and it will subside. ... (13 replies)
... s you can stand them. Throw in some epsom salt too for good measure.. It's good for the muscles. Then, my Dr. at first gave me 10 xanax to try to help with the anxiety and sleep. it didn't do much but it helped a bit. Otherwise, I used unisom, any other over the counter sleep med. ... (5 replies)
Addicted to norco
Jan 18, 2009
... I went to my Dr. and he said I have anxiety and put me on 50mg zoloft. Iv'e been on the zoloft for a week and last night was the first night I didn't have to take a sleeping pill to go to bed. ... (5 replies)
... en eyes and it seems you have amazing friends to help you along the way!! i hope to be one of them...i am right behind you on this path...i am right now tapering norco at 2 a day...this forum and your posts have been very helpful and encouraging to me ... ... (27 replies)
Norco addiction
Feb 24, 2008
... stabilize on a given dose, you can taper again. Let your body tell you when it's time. Giving up the last little bit may be the toughest, but that's where the anxiety meds come into play. ... (5 replies)
Oxy and anxiety
May 19, 2007
... as I possibly can. I am prolly going to have to run another scrip of them to slowly taper down but its funny to say but I cant wait until I'm back down to taking Norco 10's again. That is so damn sad but oh so true. These Oxy's are absolutely nothing to be fooled with. ... (2 replies)

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