Best way of Detoxing heroin at home

Many folks today are addicted to heroin and are looking for a way out but the question is are they really ready for a heroin detox at home or maybe even in rehab. My point is there is no need to go to rehab if you have not had enough of using. I know the first few times I went to rehab I just wanted the pain to go away.

Ask yourself if you are tired of doing whatever you doing things that you would not normally do if it were not for your addiction to opiates. I know some of you are tired of the games you had to play in order to get another bag of heroin. If so then maybe you would benefit from going to opiate rehab.


Detoxing opiates from home

One thing that works well if you intend to attempt to go through heroin detox and withdrawal at home would be to incorporate a sleep implement into your detox plan anyway it worked for me and many other folks I know.

The reason why I recommend using this method is it should help to ease the opiate withdrawal pain because the idea behind is that it will help you to sleep through the worst of it.

Step 1 Now what I would do is set a day to quit using heroin or pain killers they are your drug of choice.

Step 2 What you will want to do next for example is to stay awake like two days straight before the day you chose to stop heroin.

Step 3 One thing that is necessary for this step is you will want to stock up on some over the counter medications. One thing just about everyone will need is some type of diarrhea medication another thing you may need is to get some Motrin and Tylenol for headaches, muscle cramping, and general aces and pains because not that you no longer have opiates in your system you may start to notice pain that was there all along and the drugs were dulling it.

One should keep in mind that they may be uncomfortable while detoxing from heroin. If you choose rehab most will give you prescription medications to help ease any heroin withdrawal symptoms but you will still be dope sick until they take effect.

Here are some symptoms of withdrawing from heroin

  • Diarrhea
  • Cold sweats
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Enlarged pupils
  • Watering eyes
  • Restless sleep
  • Chills
  • Goose bumps
  • Craving drugs
  • Fever
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Pain and cramps throughout the body
  • Sweating

One possible solution for those that are prone to relapse is long term drug rehab

I would suggest for anyone that has went to rehab in the past and had a slip soon after leaving should consider going to long term treatment. I personally went to long term for 2 yrs.

Here is what you can expect if you decide to go. In the substance abuse treatment I went to we were required to stay clean if  you used you were kicked furthermore, we had to attend group twice per week, go to 90 meetings in 90 days, attend substance abuse counseling once per week, either work or go to school. I can say that choosing to go to this type of treatment defiantly changed my life because I went back to school and recently gradated. I never though I could go back to school period.

If you are serious about recovering from opiate addiction maybe this is the best option for you it worked for me and it can work for you too why not give it a try because it may actually help get you clean and sober.


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