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Home Remedy To Help An Addict On Heroin
Mix Many Approaches: Consider medications to block cravings (discuss options with ur doc). Develop and strengthen functional rituals to replace dysfunctional rituals of addiction. Strengthen your social network. Consider joining a 12-step program (na) and try to establish a home meeting and sponsor as early as possible. If you relapse, don't give up - discuss with your sponsor, learn and try again, and again and again. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can 7 months of methadone treatment for heroin addiction cause a LARGE weight gain? Eating reasonably. Swelling in hands & feet.
I see it sometimes: Opiods interfere with appetite and metabolism controls in the hypothalamus. In fact, opioid blockers lead to weight loss. Weight gain is more pronounced when other meds are also used. I have the swelling as well but don't understand the mechanism ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stage four throat cancer spread to lymph nodes. Smoker and heroin user. Inoperable, no treatment at all. Life expectancy?
Im a herion addict I keep trying to detox any tips how to detox at home. I am prescribed subutex but since the heroin they don't work as well
Coming off Heroin.: Detoxing from heroin at home is difficult. Your prescribing md will tell you how to use subutex correctly. You have to be off heroin for some time before you use subutex or else you will have major opioid withdrawal symptoms. Other medications like Clonidine can also help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You can start: w/ a mental health professional who treats agoraphobia. Begin w/online consults if possible. HealthTap has a Concierge service for this. Baby step to the porch, steps, mail box, etc. Practice the Relaxation Response. See http://www.relaxationresponse.org/ Peace and good health. Lots of reason to be positive. ...Read more
No: Better not stay at home if you have anaphylactic reaction. Will not suggest any home remedy. ...Read more
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Keep them open: A decongestant and/or antihistamine will help reduce swelling in the eustachian tube, which is usually a key contributor to middle ear infections. (pseudoephedrine or afrin). Also, tobacco or other smoke is an irritant to the eustachian tubes, so avoid. If no improvement in 24-48 hours, will need to get seen by dr / urgent care / ent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: There are a few things you can try. Long term - losing weight, exercising regularly and avoiding alcohol all will help. Short term - lying on one's side is probably the best technique. Nasal strips (like breathe rite) work pretty well for some people. There are various devices - chin straps, mouth guards, etc. All are helpful for some people. You have to try them to know what will work for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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