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Actionable Tips For Pushing Through Opiate Detox and Withdrawal

Posted by David Dunkle

Jun 29, 2015 12:00:00 AM


Our viewpoints are simply opinions and viewpoints – they are not to be taken as medical advice. We are simply giving suggestions on how to get through withdrawal naturally and wholly. Taking care of yourself and indulging in stress relief activities is another fantastic way to stay sane during this time of pain and suffering. 

If you decide to take any supplements, you should check with your doctor first, especially if you are taking other medications. Don’t just try a supplement in the name of “faith” and believe you will be o.k. Faith sometimes depends upon you waiting on God’s answer – which could be much different than you originally expected.

Detox and Withdrawal

Depending upon the opiate you are withdrawing from, you could experience detox symptoms months after you leave a medical rehab.

Have you been to detox, or, are you detoxing from home right now? Maybe you are here out of desperation. We don’t want to leave you hanging, so we are going to give you some actionable tips for pushing through opiate detox and withdrawal.

Just to get it out of the way, we want to tell you that you should consider a medical detox if it all possible. Medical detox and rehab can get expensive if you don’t have insurance however.

So, if you cannot get to a detox for a more comfortable withdrawal, then here are 10 actionable tips you can implement right away for a boost in comfort and relaxation during the process.  

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Topics: substance abuse,, ADDICTION