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... I do not have cravings for it, but I do have anxiety and panic that I did not have before. It's crazy. Anyone out there go through this? ... (11 replies)
... Hi Botcho It is good to read that the walk made you feel better. Those walks were a real key to my geting past the panic and anxiety that sets in after stopping an opiate ( I tapered off oxycodone). My beginning walks were really short ones, but as I increased the length and frequency of the walks, the anxiety and panic (as well as the severe depression) I experienced as... (11 replies)
... My anxiety got better and better over time. I haven't had any Xanax for about 2 weeks. Taking walks helps and make sure you eat well and get lots of water. ... (11 replies)

... I second that...about the walking that is. Walking has really helped me with depression/anxiety :cool: What is it in the dark chocolate that helps? Just curious. I keep seeing that mentioned and I loveeeeeeeeeeee dark chocolate but I guess I never realized it is beneficial to anything other than the figure :eek: Never lose hope and stay positive Snoop (11 replies)
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Nov 14, 2009
... I have been taking percocet for about 15 years. I hate myself. ... (18 replies)
... I was dependent on Opiates for almost two years, and then I was put on 3 8mg/suboxone a day for about 10 months, and then dropped to 2 8mg/day until I said enough is enough and couldn't take it anymore. I would like to warn people about suboxone and long term use of this medication. I went through withdrawals and they were almost worse than regular opiate withdrawals. I... (17 replies)
... Hey GG! Well, I am not going to sugar coat it.. More than likely your body is just as dependant as your mind. I am glad you do have some Alprazalam (xanax) at your disposal because one of the worst side effects is the anxiety that comes along with w/d and the Alprazalam should also help with your restlessness in your legs as well. Just make sure to not abuse that because... (7 replies)
... tore and pick up some Hylands leg cramp pills and Hylands restless leg pills. Also, if you can contact your Dr. maybe they could give you a little something for anxiety to help you sleep at night. ... (7 replies)
... For what? (11 replies)
... I am hanging in there. I feel pretty good, not sure if that is due to the meds they have me on now. I am back to work tomorrow. First time since 02/26. A little anxious, but nothing like I was a few days off the Percocets My current meds: 300MG of Neurontin in the am and 300MG in the evening 1500MG of Depakote ER in the evening 30MG of Remeron in the evening I have... (11 replies)
... Heya Botcho! How the heck are you? Was happy to see you post. Hope all is going well.... give us all an update when you can. Best Wishes reach (11 replies)
... Thanks everyone!! (11 replies)
... When you eat dark chocolate (it has to say 70% dark chocolate or greater) your brain releases endorphins which are are natural opiates that elevate mood and reduces pain. Very cool and it does help! (11 replies)
... Thanks Flushed! I just got back from a walk;) Felt good to get out! (11 replies)
... Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it! I'd love to hear how everyone coped, and if they had the same reactions (11 replies)
... I can't say I have ever taken that drug specifically but my understanding is that all narcotics alter the mind in some fashion and it takes a very long time for the brain to recover- much longer than the physical side effects take. I would recommend trying to find something you enjoy that is relaxing and can take your mind off of the way you are feeling when it happens.... (11 replies)
... I went to see a pain management doctor, who then put me on Percocet 7. ... (11 replies)
... weeks I have been down to one Percocet a day. ... (14 replies)
... but eventually built up to 2 percocet every 4 hours due to increased pain and tolerance to the medication. ... (3 replies)
... etc. As the abuse progresses, the anxiety and depression get continually worse, and you require higher doses of opiates to feel any effect. ... (9 replies)




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