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What a Ride!
Mar 25, 2006
... Use enough Valium or whatever to, if possible, sleep through most of the first couple of days. Then start decreasing the dose until your down to nothing in about 5 or 6 days. ... (1 replies)
... Use enough Valium or whatever to, if possible, sleep through most of the first couple of days. Then start decreasing the dose until your down to nothing in about 5 or 6 days. ... (4 replies)
... one and other pharmaceutical opiates are perhaps better than street drugs, but the resulting addiction is the same. My experience has been that there is no true Recovery until one is clean and sober. Constant drug use, even with no apparent euphoria, blocks at a minimum spiritual development. ... (52 replies)

... these do not really help as much as you might think and simply prolong the recovery period. ... (12 replies)
... these do not really help as much as you might think and simply prolong the recovery period. ... (4 replies)
... help as much as you might think and simply prolong the recovery period. ... (10 replies)
How long?
Jul 2, 2005
... these do not really help as much as you might think and simply prolong the recovery period. ... (3 replies)
To Twise of Fate
Jun 4, 2004
... rs are not aware of that drug because it's very hard to obtain unless you know a doctor, so my family noticed my condition and checked me into another supervised detox I and stayed for 3 days and left AMA, all though I did not use, I was in VERY bad shape. ... (8 replies)
... ptember. This comes after a relapse i had after 10 years of recovery, so as far as I'm concerned there is no such thing as a "recovered addict", only an ongoing recovery one day at a time. ... (6 replies)
... I stayed clean for about six mos before relapsing around the Jan of 04. By Aug 04 I was on sub. I felt crazy going on the sub, because my detox from bup was TOO awful. ... (59 replies)
... who specializes in using nutrition for recovery from addictions. ... (1 replies)
... the road to recovery is way kewl !!!!.....I have my first ever appt. ... (4 replies)
... like a very strong person and now it seems you are through the worst of the detox. I did it differently by weaning myself down. Now I have to do the same with Valium and Xanax. These two are taking a hold of me and I need to wean off them also. Just trying to find the strength like you to do it. ... (21 replies)
... ho couldn't believe I had never been diagnosed with thyroid problems. Also, Banker, on this board, alerted me to the possibility of ADD. So it is because of my recovery efforts that my life may turn out to be better than it was before the pills. ... (27 replies)
... abuse recovery plan with pain as an important consideration. Further, you are typically your own best Dr. ... (0 replies)
... towards recovery and NOT judging me.... ... (33 replies)
... I tried to detox a few times and failed. ... (1 replies)
... NA, AA. This is not like the movie where the guy locks himself in a hotel room for a week and detoxes and cures himself from alcoholism. The reality is is that detox and recovery is a tremendously long process that requires lots and lots of help. ... (4 replies)
... Please.... do not have Son try to detox from opiates and benzos at the same time!!! Please. It is more than a body can tolerate. One drug type at a time. ... (19 replies)
... Dear Jeff, detox is hard no matter what you use to treat the symptoms, however I found that valium and ambien, both of which were given to me by my md specifically for the wd symptoms and they helped tremendousely. ... (12 replies)




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