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How To Deal With Percocet Withdrawal
Detoxification: Is a therapeutic steps to help you withdraw from using the drug as quickly and safely as possible. Withdrawal side effects of heroin can range from relatively minor to severe. Methadone is the drug of chose to reduce the craving for heroin. You need to put a lot of effort, but you are not alone. Rec.: see a therapist, joint a support group, get treatment and seek treatment for other comorbidities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get help!!!!: The first 24-72 hours are the worst, but if you were using long-acting oxycodone (oxycontin etc) the withdrawal may be much more protracted. The success rate of people trying to self-detox is not high. There are a variety of medications that can help, including some non-narcotic meds like Clonidine and drugs to treat the symptoms. See a doctor experienced in treating it. www.asam.org or aaap.Org. ...Read more
With help: You can seek out a specialist in addiction medicine in your area through: www.Abam.Net/find-a-doctor that is a start. Also you can attend Cocaine anonymous -- find a local meeting at www.Ca.Org/ also their world services office phone is: 310-559-5833 good luck to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Coming face-to-face with reality means accepting that parts of your life may be out of control as a result of loving someone who is engaging in addictive behaviours. The only person you have any control over is yourself. You do not have control over anything the addicted person does. ...Read more
Caffeine withdrawal: I recommend that people who are using excessive caffeine (whether coffee, tea or cola or other soft drinks) cut back by about 25% of the dose every 3-4 days until they get down to 1-2 servings per day, which is generally safe. If you are drinking sugared pepsi, there is also the sugar issue to deal with, so use of diet drinks temporarily may help. If 8 drinks/day, go down 2 drinks every 3-4 days. ...Read more
Do you have both: Depression and alcohol dependence? Are you working a 12 step program? Do you have a sponsor? If yes, are you in touch w your sponsor daily? Don't know when your relapse was? If recent - have you considered 90/90 (90 meetings in 90 days)? Have you considered working w a therapist to deal w depression? When you fall flat on your face - the best thing to do is get up ; take care of basics. ...Read more
Detox: Provide detoxification and psychological therapy.Get a more detailed answer ›
With your Docs help!: Ideally this should be done in conjunction with the prescribing physician. Stopping an antidepressant on your own is not a good idea. About 1/5 individuals experience discontinuation symptoms when coming off a snri. Effexor (venlafaxine) has a relatively short 1/2 life meaning it clears from the system fairly quickly. Generally the dose would be decreased gradually to the lowest possible dose before stopping. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Treat symptoms: Tramadol is an opiate just like oxycodone, hydrocodone, morphine, Methadone and heroin. It is a weak opiate but can have withdrawal symptoms just like any other opiate. The symptoms may last a week or 10 days and can include muscle aches, diarrhea, agitation, trouble sleeping, sweating and chills. You might consider seeing an addiction medicine doctor if you are unable to get off them yourself. ...Read more
Don't do it at home: Alcohol withdrawal can be very dangerous, with seizures, confusion, heart problems and loss of contact with reality as possible problems. See a doctor about going into the hospital for medically supervised withdrawal from alcohol, or possibly doing outpatient withdrawal. It's best if you can find an addiction medicine specialist (www.Asam.Org or www.Aaap.Org) to help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Survival: Believe in yourself. Think of it as a war with many battles. Visualize you as the winner. Send in the entire military. Prepare mentally, physically, spiritually, socioeconomically. Engage. Triggers are enemy spy & must get rid of early on. Walk, jog, run, bike, swim, jacuzzi, message, acupuncture, etc. See addiction specialist. Meds for symptoms. Tune into survival mode. More art less science. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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