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Is Kratom A Valid Opioid Withdrawal Option?

Using Kratom for Opioid Withdrawal

Every state in the country is feeling the effects of the opioid crisis and racing to find solutions. One “DIY” opiate withdrawal aid that’s being discussed in heated circles is Kratom. Some individuals seeking long term recovery say it’s their answer. Others say it just causes more problems.

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5 Easy Steps to Getting Past Addiction Cravings

Addiction cravings are an obsessive desire for a particular thing, whether it’s alcohol, drugs, cigarettes or even sugar. When a person stops using a substance and the physical symptoms of withdrawal are gone, cravings can linger on.

During addiction, the neurons in the brain have been transformed and trained to respond to the chemicals in drugs or alcohol. When you become sober, your brain has a hard time adjusting, and those neurons don’t know how to respond without the drug they have become used to. This leads to cravings.
Here’s some help:

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Opiate Withdrawal Timeline

Getting through opiate withdrawal. There are a million thoughts that go with these four words. Most of them are so racked with irrational thoughts and fear, a person in active opiate addiction finds them too difficult to face.

Being at that crossroad, that point where you desperately want to stop but feel helplessly locked in the bondage of addiction is a kind of a living hell. The thought that “we will never have to go through this again” once we get through it is often all we have to give us hope.

If you or someone you love is facing opiate withdrawal, it helps to know exactly what you will go through. Whether it’s  heroin withdrawal or prescription pain medication that you’ve obtained legally, here’s what you need to know:

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Getting Through Xanax Withdrawal: What You Should Know

Are You Experiencing Xanax Withdrawal? 

Xanax, the trademark name for Alprazolam, is a medication prescribed to provide temporary relief from panic and anxiety disorders. It increases a neurotransmitter called GABA, which soothes the brain when it becomes overexcited. Some individuals may begin to self-medicate, however, which leads to increased use over a short period of time and physical dependence. When the drug is no longer available, or available in smaller doses, Xanax withdrawal can occur.

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Opiate Detox – Breaking Free From the Fear of Withdrawal

Heroin withdrawal, pain pill withdrawal, suboxone withdrawal, methadone withdrawal….

You want to break free from the deadly cycle of addiction, but the fear of opiate withdrawal during the detox period may be holding you back. Maybe you’ve already detoxed more times than you can count, and you’re afraid that the psychological and physical symptoms of opiate withdrawal will be too difficult for you to handle this time around.

You’re not alone. Almost every individual struggling with opiate addiction feels the same way. The journey out of opiate addiction is not an easy one, but it is the path you need to take to get to the other side: a life of peace, fulfillment and freedom.

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