• Opiate Withdrawal: How to Kick Opiates, Cure Your Addiction and Make It Through the Detox Withdrawals

  • By: A.J. Knight
  • Narrated by: Anne Valliere
  • Length: 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 01-13-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: A.J. Knight
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.4 (35 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Learn how to make it through opiate withdrawals, and cure your addiction for life!
Are you regularly using any type of opiate medication such as heroin, Vicodin, or opium? Do you have an opiate addiction? Are you going through opiate withdrawal?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you will benefit from this book, Opiate Withdrawal. You will find actual research and proven facts on opiates and their effects on human health, along with real-life examples of opiate addicts and how to cure your addiction.
You will also learn how to identify drugs that can cause an addiction, help understand the worst impact of using opiates, have the latest list of medication to treat opiate withdrawal, find authentic methods to assist with opiate withdrawal, and learn useful tips to stay focused while going through the detoxification process.
In Opiate Withdrawal, you will discover the factors that lead to addiction such as psychological, biological, environmental, genetic, and accidental, as well as the symptoms of opiate addiction such as mood symptoms, behavioral symptoms, physical symptoms, and psychological symptoms. You will also learn to identify overdose symptoms. There is also a list of tips to help you during opiate withdrawal, as well as a list of opiate withdrawal treatments and methods.
Whatever stage you are in with your journey of opiate usage, it is time to stop; and this book, Opiate Withdrawal, will aid you in keeping the withdrawal symptoms to a minimum and getting you back to a healthier state of mind and body.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn:



Identify drugs that can cause an addiction
Understand the worst impact of addiction
Updates on latest medications to treat opiate withdrawal
Learn useful tips to stay focused while going through the detoxification process
And much more!

©2015 A.J. Knight (P)2016 A.J. Knight
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Customer Reviews

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1 out of 5 stars
By Johnny on 07-24-17

As empty and obvious, as the lives of we suffering

Anyone caught in the grips of addiction whom had the experience of listening to this reading would undoubtably have the same responce. "Tell me something I dont know" The sum of the content of the reading could be analagist to telling someone with a migraine "Hey, you know those are painful" And having the disgised arrogance of thinking they have arrived at some inlightened appefoney that has shed some eluding light on the condition.

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5 out of 5 stars
By parvesh on 08-24-17

Good except for those with minor use of opiates

This book is good except if you are taking minor, legitimate doses of opiates for pain relief. The author never mentions slow withdrawal from your prescribed dosage. The withdrawal stomp will not be as extreme as mentioned in the book. If the patient desires to do away with their use of opiates, are only using their prescribed dose, withdrawal from the medication should be relatively slow and easy.

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