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help me with sleeping again after quitting oxys

I am 28 years old i was taking 10 10/325 perks for four months had to have them or i was sick. I kicked them going on 8 days now but it just seems i can not sleep i am so sleepy i try everything to get energy and nothing is helping me in the past 8 days i have sleept maybe 11 hours i am glad i am off the pills i just want to put this behind me and move on but all i think is if i have them i will sleep and be able to do what i need to but i am not stupid and i would never do that but is there something i can do to help me no sleeping pilss help they just make it worse. I am so glad the withdrawl (withdrawal) have left because i really was about to go crazy after that never never again. If anyone can help that would be great thanks
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Was Taking 10 10/325 perks a day
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penns
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had cellulitis BAD WAS on vicomincen iv For 4 weeks
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