Addicted to Pain Killers

Chronic pain affects over one third of all Americans and many manage that pain through prescription medication. The primary form of treatment for these individuals is use of some type of pain-relieving medication, commonly known as painkillers. While these drugs are designed to reduce sensitivity to pain, they also create a sense of euphoria – a feeling that some people may come to crave.

I began by becoming preoccupied with when I could take my next dose and whether it was is enough. I was constantly watching the clock so I could take my next dose. I thought the doctor didn’t understand the level of pain I was in so I visited more than one doctor for the same prescription and that way boost my supply.

I was addicted to Codeine based pain killers and endep. I heard of Abbeycare Foundation and how they treated their patients with Poppy Seed Tea, and it can definitely cure pain killer addiction. I think it is the lesser of two evils, no Liver or Kidney failure, but it does contain morphine but i am not sure if this is still the case as that may have been removed out of the seed now to sell freely.

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