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I AM ANGRY!!! %$£"£"   opioid induced Hyperalgesia

Mar 05, 2014 - 3 comments

No wonder i'm in so much pain and have been for year's, i now know what i have besides 'PAWS' It's  OPIOID INDUCED HYPERALGESIA!!!!! :-( Its the pain receptor's am neurons in your brain are damaged or killed off by OPIATE PAINKILLERS or and OPIATE you take or use. Its murder!!!! that's the cause or CHRONIC PAIN Hyperalgesia - means too much pain .

PSYCHOSIS .....psychosis:any severe mental disorder in which contact with reality is lost or highly distorted. And Suicide is a danger with this as well as Chronic depression mentally unbalanced, Panic disorder, character changes, mood swings from hell, paranoia from hell and a 1,000 other problems???? And OXYCODONE AND OXCONTIN are the worse drugs for caussing this??

I am ANGRY!!!!! I kept telling the Doctor's the OXY was making it worse and i never had certain things wrong before the oxy? But they just kept putting the dose up??? This has been know about for YEAR'S!!! Its not something new and ANYONE that's been or is on OPIATES of any kind may well end up in the same hell as me and probably billion's are already?? No wonder 'CHRONIC PAIN'' is now an 'EPIDEMIC??' The ******* 'PAINKILLER'S ARE CAUSING IT!!???

There is drug free info on how to repair the Opiate and pain receptor's in your brain this is just one

'How to Restore Opiate Receptors'


Buy herbal supplement blends that are proven to help treat addiction. Polygala, a chinese herbal remedy, has been called the willpower herb because of the positive effects it's had on treating hardcore addictions, its stress-relieving properties and its ability to help increase the healthy balance of chemicals in the brain. This herb naturally detoxifies the body and helps cleanse opiate receptors.
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Try using a Bupleurum and Dragonbone supplement mixture. During opiate withdrawal and detox, this herbal supplement has been found to help stabilize addictive behavior or compulsiveness and reduce the severity of withdrawal while dulling the cravings for opiates. This supplemental blend also naturally cleanses the proteins that make up opiate receptors.

Restore opiate receptors by abstaining from opiate usage. Over time the receptor proteins will regenerate and become normal again. This amount of time will fluctuate, depending upon the person's history of opiate usage. It could take as little as a couple of weeks or last longer than one year, depending on the severity of the addiction.

I also read else where that Tyrosine, an Amino Acid, is oe of the best things to help and i have been taking that as part of my self help boy rebuild protocol. And some other thing's i am using are also good. Vit C ascorbic acid, this has to be taken in Mega Doses, Vit E also in mega doses.

Aswagandha  is also good and Valerian. Passionflower. theses are for anxiety and insomnia etc. But a good Amino acid protocol and also Niacin or Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) Animal protein as well eat meat that's also needed. And I am using HEMP PROTEIN POWDER as you can put that in or on anything. I have had to go on Lyrica to get some relief from the unreal pain i got BUT i am only takin the for 5 day's then stop as THEY ARE ADDICTIVE. Doctors will tell you their not but the are!!

And the WD's from the is worse than Opiate WD's. And i read a Doctors website that said they have known about this for yaer's? So why the hell are they still prescribing these drugs???? And ti sort out Neuron's and stuff takes ages!! I know the last time i stopped ALL the painkiller's and got the Diazapam down to the low dose   as possible at the time as i was on a very high dose. I am now on 7.5mgs as i am tapering off them. I am going to ring my Doctor and have a word and a bit more than a word!!!






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by spider6, Mar 05, 2014
Do you do physical exercise or meditation?

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by nonights, Mar 05, 2014
Spider is right. Physical exercise has helped me tremendously. Start slow just walk outside if u can. Feel some sun on your face. I'm still suffering from pain I just got to deal with it. Stretching helps too.

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by breezytoo, Mar 05, 2014
Hello Tswana,
  Very good journal and I hope you can also add this to the Chronic Pain forum page too so that those who don't know this can benefit too. Chronic pain and opiate use is a vicious circle and as with all meds there is always drawbacks to it.
All we can do is educate ourselves and decide which is the less of the two evils. I pray you get relief from your herb regimen. Congratulations on your new life without opiates. Please continue to let us know how its working for you. Thank you for this. Take care and have a good day! <3

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