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Signs of Opioid Withdrawal

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While opioid withdrawal can feel unbearable, effective treatment programs can help keep withdrawal symptoms controlled and can help people reduce or discontinue using opioids. If you or someone close to you needs help for a substance use disorder, talk to your doctor or call SAMHSA’s National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP or go to SAMHSA’s Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator at https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/\n\nFind a list of free, 24/7 hotlines, and text lines below.\n__\n\nIf you or your loved ones are in need of help, please consult the following list of hotlines:\n\nNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline\nFor anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.\nAVAILABILITY: 24/7/365\nPHONE NUMBER: \nPrimary line: 1-800-273-8255\nAyuda en Español: 1-888-628-9454\nVideo relay service: 800-273-8255\nTTY: 800-799-4889\nVoice/Caption Phone: 800-273-8255\nONLINE CHAT: suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/ \nWEBSITE: suicidepreventionlifeline.org/\n\n211 Hotline\nFor anyone experiencing a mental health crisis, mental health or substance use issues, or abuse and/or who needs help finding supplemental food programs, shelter/housing, utilities assistance, disaster relief, employment and education opportunities, affordable healthcare (including sliding scale services), or other social services.\nAVAILABILITY: 24/7/365\nPHONE NUMBER: 2-1-1 (180+ languages)\nONLINE CHAT: Varies by location (check website)\nWEBSITE: 211.org\n\nThe Trevor Project Support Center\nFor LGBTQ youth experiencing a mental health crisis.\nAVAILABILITY: 24/7/365\nPHONE NUMBER: 1-866-488-7386\nTEXT NUMBER: Text START to 678678\nONLINE CHAT: thetrevorproject.org/get-help-now/ \nWEBSITE: thetrevorproject.org/\n\nCrisis Text Line\nFor anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.\nAVAILABILITY: 24/7/365\nTEXT NUMBER: \nUS \u0026 Canada: Text HOME to 741741\nUK: Text 85258\nIreland: Text 086 1800 280\nWEBSITE: crisistextline.org\n\nVeterans Crisis Line\nFor Veterans and service members experiencing a mental health crisis.\nAVAILABILITY: 24/7/365\nPHONE NUMBER: \nPrimary line: 1-800-273-8255 (press 1)\nSupport for deaf and hard of hearing: 1-800-799-4889\nTEXT NUMBER: Text 838255\nONLINE CHAT: veteranscrisisline.net/get-help/chat\nWEBSITE: veteranscrisisline.net/
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Bryce MacIntyre écrit: What a great video, thank you.Jatin Surya écrit: I have been on fentanyl for 3 years today m 5 months clean feeling amazing it was very hard time for meKrystal Riley écrit: Day 2 getting clean on percs. Im going cold turkey…. Body aches are so bad i slept for 18 hours yesterday because i cant handle being awake to feel the pain and chills and headache. Pretty sure all the pills i did were laced with herion or fentanyl thats why im coming down so bad. Prayers to everybody going thru this we can do it your not aloneAlejandro Davidson écrit: Opiates cause oxygen deprivation, that causes organ damage. The withdrawal fever coocks your brain, and dehydrates you. �� After quitting, exercise helps oxygenation. But u never the same againAlex V écrit: I also just finished my 6th day but this is my first time getting cleanDave Hibbs écrit: My major problem is not getting any sleep!!!Daniel Rodriguez écrit: I’m trying to quit I haven’t been it on year+ so I’m hopeful and thankful that it will be faster for me to heal my stomach is the one thing that is problematic right now I either have diarrhea or I start to throw up or I feel nauseous or if my stomach hurts that bad it triggers me throwing up and if you’re thinking about doing it DONT!!!! It’s not worth your health I promise youSummerTime High écrit: I need help its hard dealing with it by yourself with no money to help with the withdrawals.Roach Lord écrit: To my own demise I tried meth the day after i ran out of opiates. withdraw got thrown in hyperdrive. It was like having the flu along with the worst panic attack that didnt stop. I finally slept and ate for the first time 3 days later. I would rather catch the plague than to ever have to go through that again.Calvin Sam écrit: It’s not worth the pain stay off of opioids ! Stay natural ! Take care guys !Bryan Burnap écrit: Would you rather spend the after life in Heaven with all the puffy clouds and harps and Angels but be in full opiate withdrawal or be in that other place down below with the caves and kettles and devils but be completely normal physically and mentally and comfortable enough to deal with all the heat and stuff ? Im really not sure what I would choose – that is how bad withdrawal is for me 🙁 if there is such a place as " hell on earth " its opiate withdrawal !! Ive been on suboxone for 8 years and im terrified of the withdrawal !phil ro écrit: I am having a brain fog , some pressure and a brain fog, I have been on oxy for 8 years last year only in am , now after dropping to 1.25 MGS in am having my head feel like I'm dizzy is it possibleFrankie Gee écrit: Just got over the worst withdrawals of my life. All the stuff out there now is laced with Fentanyl which is 50+ times more potent than Heroin. I just kicked a 10 year long habit. I almost died. Dry heave so bad I was puking blood and bile. Fever, chills felt like my frail body was laying over slabs of ice. Felt like 1000 knives being stabbed through my entire body. Cravings so bad I was literally shaking with convulsions. Ambulance came just in time as I was choking on my own puke. Don’t ever ever ever EVERRRRRRRRRRRR get involved with smack.Sixkicks Fightertricks écrit: But how painful are the withdrawals?PC Studio’s écrit: I'm using sleeping pills from long time now I quite it and I'm feeling like shivering and sleepless nights and sometimes felt bloating too… Feeling like nervous…. But I want to quite it anyhow with taking help of other drugTheScragglyMan écrit: Currently on to day 6 of what has to be my 6th or 7th attempt at getting clean, My situation speaks to how strong withdrawal can be because for the past 3 months i have been quitting for around the first 5 or 6 days before using again, and today is one of the hardest days i have experienced. I kept a diary (and i would suggest doing the same) and in it is all my thoughts and feelings both prior to using again and also about the guilt i felt afterwards, the disappointment etc. To help me stay strong, i read these entries all the while trying to avoid going to the shop to get more.
This is the hardest thing some people will experience in a long time, but you can get through it with support from friends and family, but honestly try keeping a journal about your journey and use it to empower your decisions. Good luckEvan’s Show écrit: Thank you for your repliesEvan’s Show écrit: Been taking them for years past 6 months 10 a day today I ran out of it before my next cycle and can’t go to dr won’t give me so now I have to live with it for 2 weeks but if I make it for 2 weeks I’m not planning to go back yesterday night I took some this morning didn’t have and I’m craving it now need to stop and if I make it for 2 weeks I’m done don’t wanna have this feeling again yes they make me happy feel good but it’s all temporary so now if I can quit for 2 weeks I won’t start again I really don’t wanna go through any withdraws again this morning as I’m typing I’m sweating I’m cold all feelings in the same time I feel confused I can feel it in my blood that I want it I started with 1 then 2 then3 then 4 I started taking 5 to 6 in the morning and 4 in the evening and keeps going up and up I hope I can make it for 2 weeks with no bad withdraw or emergency will see wish you all luck and wish me luckMałgorzata Wodka écrit: It's bullshit. Opiate withdrawal CAN BE DEADLY. My friend ended up in ER twice, the third day of withdrawal, dying. Her kidneys stopped because she lost too much liquid from throwing up every 3 hours.Christian Beys écrit: Man fuck opioids. I wish I would have never found out what they feel like.zxDaniel écrit: Anyone got any advice to get rid of the harsh chest painHooman Hoomani écrit: I have been prescribed by a Dr now I'm stop taking them its 4 o'clock in the morning I can't sleep I have pain absolutely every where in my body I feel I have been hited by a car

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