Overcoming addiction and getting through Roxy Withdrawal

 Overcoming a Roxy addiction can be an excruciating experience. One reason for this is a lot of people continue to use roxy’s because they are afraid to go through the excruciating pain of roxy withdrawal.

The war against drugs is quickly moving from dark street alleys to the medicine cabinets of our own, seemingly safe homes. More and more people are becoming addicted to painkillers such as Roxicodone. While many get their addiction to roxys while looking for a way to get high, others can become hooked while taking the drug for serious pain following doctor recommendations.

Roxicodone, is also known as Roxy’s to people that abuse roxies on a regular basis, it is a prescription painkiller that is made from the substance oxycodone hydrochloride. Roxies are often taken orally, but can also be smoked or injected when melted down.
Studies have found that many addicts turn to heroin as a cheaper substance, proving that Roxicodone is a “gateway” drug.

Roxicodone gives users feelings of euphoria along with increased energy and often the belief that they can do more than ever before. Some other side effects of oxycodone addiction include anxiety, muscle spasms, mood changes, nausea, convulsions, and respiratory problems.

How to Overcome Roxicodone

Those who start taking Roxies for health problems usually become physically addicted and then mentally addicted, while those who take them for fun become mentally and then physically addicted. In either case if you want to quit using roxy’s and overcome addiction you should seek help right away.

Roxy addicts may use a wide variety of methods to get the substance. They may steal from their family, switch from one doctor to another to get prescriptions, forge prescriptions, and rob from drug stores.

While some people stop using roxy with a detox from Roxicodone at home, it is best to talk to a doctor who can help to slowly wean the addict from the substance. Getting help from a doctor or another in the health care profession (such as a substance abuse counselor) can help you to avoid some of the serious roxy addiction withdrawal symptoms.

Getting through roxy withdrawal

When going through a roxy withdrawal during Roxicodone detox, addicts may experience symptoms such as feelings of restlessness, vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, weakness, chills, sweating, depression, and increased heart rate, and craving roxys.

If you have a problem with an addiction to Roxicodone  and think you may be addicted, you should get help as soon as possible because they can advise you how to stop using roxy’s. Although this drug is prescribed by doctors, it is a serious substance that can destroy your life and your health.

If you have just started taking Roxicodone after a doctor recommended it to you? Be certain to only take the drug as you were prescribed and to get in touch with your doctor if you believe you may be becoming addicted.

There are many great opiate addiction rehabs around the world that specialize in treating drug addiction why not look into finding one today and start enjoying life without the use of drugs?

How to find an opiate rehab

One of the best ways to go about finding a drug rehab that fits your needs is to decide first what kind of treatment you are looking for like for instance, do you require a medical opiate detox and are you going to need residential treatment after your detox is completed?

These are pretty much basic things you will need to know when it comes to finding the perfect drug rehab for you. One way to look is in your phone book call all the local drug rehabs in your area and ask them some questions. There is another option when it comes to searching online and this method is probably more through.

You will want to find a drug treatment center near to where you live then friends and family can come to see you and be there for support. It is a real good idea to get your family and friends on the same page as you.

Now when you do finally get to opiate addiction rehab you will be taken to the detoxification ward by a trained staff member who will be giving you a prescription medication like suboxone to help ease the pain and discomfort brought on by opiate withdrawal. Normally this will take around five or six days and then you will go to residential treatment where you will learn some new techniques how to stay clean and sober when you leave rehab and go home.

I would also make an opiate addiction recovery plan before I left substance abuse treatment. One thing that a lot of people do is find out when and where the local NA meetings are and when they meet. If you want to stay clean you will have to take action you can not just sit around like a bump on a log and wait for recovery to come to you because if you are even thinking about taking it easy once you get out you will for a fact relapse. The disease of addiction never takes a break so you will have to be diligent if you are to stay clean and sober.

I have seen it time and time again a person gets out of rehab and goes to a couple of meetings and they think they have got it all together so they stop attending meetings and in no time at all they are using drugs again wondering how in the hell they ended up back there again.

Good luck and God bless

32 thoughts on “Overcoming addiction and getting through Roxy Withdrawal”

  1. My son was released from prison after a year(24) yrs old..He’s constantly suppervised as we all live together(big nosey Italian Family!!) One day he was left alone for 4 hrs…An old Druggy friend picked him up,,odd becuase his behavior has been excellent..happy,job,ect.. and odd as he has not contacted this subject since bring in a cell w/Him..OK too make this short..My son Prefers “H”..AND i KNOW ALL THE SYPTOMS..BUT i FEEL HE MIGHT BE SNOTING,OR SMOKING ROXYS AS HIS COUSIN SELLS THEM..WELL SINCE TAHT DAY ..he’s GHANGED,VERY MAD,DISRESPECTFUL,SATAY IN BATHROOM FOR AWHILE FREQUENTLY..BUT i DONT SMELL H..i GUESS MY ? IS ..IS THIS THE BEGIINING OF RELASPE,,AND WHAT PANEL DRUG THAT CAN OICK UP RESIDUE AND URINE? Plz RESpond!!! Thanyou..p.S. Hoe much sre these pills and time limit on the high..Sincereley DD

  2. Hi there DD thanks for your comment. Well you could be right it does sound like he has relapsed. Here’s the thing without a recovery program this is what happens read this

    NA Basic Text, p. 62

    “They can be analyzed, counseled, reasoned with, prayed over, threatened, beaten, or locked up, but they will not stop using until they want to stop.”

    Perhaps one of the most difficult truths we must face in our recovery is that we are as powerless over anther’s addiction as we are over our own. We may think that because we’ve had a spiritual awakening in our own lives we should be able to persuade another addict to find recovery. But there are limits to what we can do to help another addict.

    We cannot force them to stop using. We cannot give them the results of the steps or grow for them. We cannot take away their loneliness or their pain. There is nothing we can say to convince a scared addict to surrender the familiar misery of addiction for the frightening uncertainty of recovery. We cannot jump inside other peoples’ skins, shift their goals, or decide for them what is best for them.

    However, if we refuse to try to exert this power over anther’s addiction, we may help them. They may grow if we allow them to face reality, painful though it may be. They may become more productive, by their own definition, as long as we don’t try and do it for them. They can become the authority on their own lives, provided we are only authorities on our own. If we can accept all this, we can become what we were meant to be – carriers of the message, not the addict.

    Now if you want to do a drug screen then get one that covers opiates.

    Good luck

  3. My husband had back surgery 11 years ago and still has many different issues with his back. He is a great man, father and works very hard for us. His doctors have had him on Lortabs and now Roxys since then. Well, I washed his whole bottle of meds Sunday and his new script is not good for another 10 days. He is so miserable. I have tried everything. I bought over the counter medicine for Restless Leg Syndrome, Mag-Cal Zinc pills and sone Valerian Root a friend said woould help with sleep. Nothing is working. Do you have any advice? He plans to get the script filled when it is good. I do not believe he has a problem at all. He is very good with his meds. The problem is the Anxiety is so so bad and he can not sleep? What should I do???

  4. Hi there thanks for sharing with us

    Well about the only thing I can tell you is to call the prescribing physician and explain to them what happened that is unless he has done something similar to this in the past.

    Other than that only thing I can tell you is to take him to the ER and tell them that his back is hurting very bad and needs some pain medication. The weekend is coming and they know he can not see his Dr on the weekend so it should work.

    Good luck

  5. ok so my boyfriend for over a year now is starting to act really diff the past 5 or 6 months, his always getting arrested and he always wants to start arguments with me. a few weeks ago i just found out he used to pop/inject about 8-10 pills or roxy’s a day. thats horrible ! im scared to what can happen to him, im scared his going to overdose. ive already been at some rehab’s and his willing to get help( i hope) but what are the chances of him starting this again, i mean his drug use a day was a lot and its HARD to go coldturkey after a long time of using roxys everyday of your life. how do i do this on my own? i dont want to lose him. please help me!

  6. Hi Gabby thanks for sharing with us.

    You asked what are the chances of him starting again I can not tell you what the statistics say but I can tell you this we have a saying in NA that goes if you put your whole self in you will get your whole self out.

    Basically what this means it that if he is willing to take action and do all the work that is necessary then he would have a pretty good chance of staying clean.

    Now on the other hand if he does not take his recovery serious and put in the time and effort to stay drug free then he will with out a doubt relapse and trust me it will not be long.

    For one thing you really need to know that the only thing you can do to help him is be there for support and encourage him to get help the rest is up to him.

    It is hard to go cold turkey but many people have no other option if they want to stop using drugs. I have kicked opiates cold turkey myself not fun!

    Good luck

  7. thank you soo much, i just talked to him a few mins ago and his already tellling me he wants to get out but i told him that he has to do those 2 months in there if he wants to get clean and he said he will no doubt about it. im actually very happy he wants to do it and get off these horrible drugs that just ruin his life. hoping to god he wont get back on it <3 thank you so much for answering me back your really helpfull. didnt really know who else to talk to about this.

  8. Hello, so here is my question…i have a friend..lets say his name is Chris..well he and I have been talkin for a few weeks and I’m really starting to like him…ALOT ..I wanted a relationship with him..and one day he was at my house and he had told me that he was addicted to morphine and roxy’s…he said he went to rehab and was there for 4 months and got clean. Well tonight he told me that he wasn’t completely over his drug issues. I am very proud he admitted it to me now before we took our relation further down the road. I know that admitting you have a problem is the first step. than I asked him if he wanted help and he said yes..so I told him I would help him. I really care about him and I have been looking up website that give advise and I came across this one. So what do you think I can do to help him?
    Sincerely, A Worried Friend

  9. Hi there worried friend

    The best thing I can say for you to do is that see if you can get him in rehab but until this happens I would strongly suggest that you locate some NA meetings for him to start attending everyday. I can tell you this for sure that the men at the meetings will be glad to help him get clean.

    Now the rest is up to him if he really wants help he will do whatever he can to get clean and sober and if he is not willing to do the footwork the bottom line is he will continue to use at least this has been my experience in recovery.

    Good luck

    And keep in mind that there is only so much you can do for him. It is up to him to step up to the plate and take the action to make it happen.

  10. My 26 yr old son has been taking Roxies on and off since college about 4 years ago. He tries and tries to stop with no luck. He can only last about a week or two. He takes suboxone (prescribed) during the week to go to work and then relapses on weekends. He is remorseful and guilty and miserable but can’t stay clean. Is there any hope for him? We are all at our wits end and he is now depressed and has anxiety issues which is being treated with paxil. All he wants to do is sleep every minute he is not at his job. He has tried outpatient rehab but we don’t know where to send him for inpatient that works. Most people we talk to have not had success with inpatient programs. This is the saddest thing ever. He says he wants this to be over and I don’t know how to help him anymore.

  11. Hi Cindy thank you for sharing

    You asked is there any hope for your son? Yes there certainly is with God anything is possible.

    From what you say he is trying to stop using but sometimes this is not enough we need to do more.

    I tried for years and years to stop using drugs with a more than my share of relapses I thought that I would never stop using but I never gave up and kept coming back.

    Somehow to never give stuck in my mind from a time when I was being interviewed to go to rehab at the interview I was feeling lost and hopeless and the woman who interviewed me told me to never give up to just keep coming back and one day you will get it right.

    I kept coming back and still remember her saying this to me. Now I have been drug free for years. I now share with others basically the same thing..

    I basically say that any addict and I mean any addict can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use drugs, and find a new way to live and so can your son.

    So I would suggest to everyone to never ever give up keep trying until they throw dirt on you and lay you to rest.

    I would encourage you son to start attending NA meetings. I can honestly say that God an NA meetings are what got me to stop using and they continue to help me stay clean and sober today.

    Good luck

  12. My 24 year old boyfriend was addicted to Roxys for about 4 years. At his worst he was doing about 15 a day. I know he was not injecting them, but he was snorting them. He has been off them for about 7 months now. We just recently moved from Tampa to Cleveland in order to get away from the drugs in Florida (the pain clinics are TERRIBLE, everyone is addicted to pills there) since we have been in Cleveland he has had a difficult time. He is depressed, anxious, can’t sleep, and no appetite. I have been supportive of him getting clean, and I know that the recovery process is not an easy one. He never wants to be touched, and never wants to have sex. He has completely pulled away from me, more so now then when he was on them. I guess my question is why are his withdraw symptoms really hitting him now? Could it be because he just stopped doing them now, not 7 months ago when he said he did? How long does the recovery process take? Is there anything I can do to help him?

    1. Hi Courtney

      Yes it could be that he has just stopped using now because they would have been gone from his system long ago. The best thing you can do for him is continue to support him and suggest that he start attending some meetings before he finds out where to get drugs there if he already hasn’t.

      Good luck

  13. The way I quit Roxys- would not recommend to others – I sat my ass on a air – plane – and let the roller coaster begin ! Let me tell u- I don’t know about heaven , but hell exists! I’ve been there! 3 weeks of pure hell. People do not understand and wont understand what u are going through unless they have been there too , they just can’t understand… First week is pure physical hell after that u can not sleep at all for another two weeks. You think sleep, what’s the big deal? You don’t go to sleep until ur body is beyond physical exhaustion- and even then u sleep for an hour( if ur lucky) then u wake up wired! Only then I realized why it is real torture to not be able to sleep. That’s what cold turkey is – pure hell- don’t be stupid don’t rape ur body! Go to a doctor, ask for help thats y they r there! Get Suboxone – or at least methadone – subs r way safer
    Anyone that tells u : “be a man and suck it up” is a foolish uneducated man- that does not realize it’s not as simple as putting a joint out, roxi is a very serious narcotic do not treat it lightly! But get help ASAP from a doctor! And since Im on topic of codone… Let me open ur eyes to the true horrors of it… The most deadliest drug on the entire earth is made from codone … Aka the crocodile … Rots ur flesh untill amputation is inevitable ! WARNING NOT FOR KIDS! Rated RRR!

    DO NOT FUCK WITH CODONE- HEROIN – worst or better … Honestly at least the same…

  14. I have never heard of “roxy” untill a year and a half ago when I was having back pain and my friend, “best friend” gave me a roxy, she told me to snort it becouse it would hit me faster and ease my pain, she failed to tell me after that first snort of the little blue bastards, I’d be and instant addict, I have tried over and over to stop, the longest was a week, and it was hell, vomiting, diareah, flu like symptoms, I could take it no more, I couldnt’ even get up to go to my job, wich I work at 6 days a week, so here I am agian, spending 20 dollars on yet another pill to snort, Lord, grant me and others with this addiction the strength to over come, and grant us the wisdom to see the problem we have, amen.

  15. I have recently found out my daughter has been taking roxies since July of last year. She came to me and admitted she started taking them with friends at College. She wanted to fit in.. She did not realize how powerful they would be. She said it started out as a recreational drug in the begging. However since a bad break up she has been taking them every day sometimes twice a day for about three weeks. She has decided on her own to just stop. She is going through withdraws… aches and has diarrhea bad. I found a rehab that is going to take her and began detox, but can’t see her until Tues. ( today is Friday) She has been off them for about two days now and tells me by Tues she will be completely detoxed on her own. She thinks it’s stupid to go, but has agreed to go and let them access her and determine what we need to do. She explained to me in the beggining she only took them twice a month.. then prob. around October sometimes she would take them for one week everyday and not take them again. Novemember she totally stopped and didn’t take them again and then about three weeks ago she started taking them every day twice a day. How addicting are they? Is there hope that she can recover from this and be normal healthy kid again? What am i looking at??? UPSET MOM>>>>HELP

    1. Hi mELISSA

      I am glad your daughter really wants to stop using. Not sure here where to start here. First of all addiction is a life long disease it does not just go away; however, it can be arrested and recovery is possible. What this means is that as long as she does not use it will remain dormant more or less.

      The thing is she will have to start doing a lot of things different. One thing I can tell you is that she will not be able to hang out with her using friends if she wants to stay clean. Birds of a feather tend to flock together and this is the one of the fastest ways I know to start using again. Trust me been there and done that.

      From what you tell me she started taking them a couple times a couple times a month and then every day for a while. What will eventually happen if she continues to use there will come a time when she is unable to stop on her own and it has also been my experience that we can not stay clean and sober alone we need help.

      Keep in mind that rehab is not a cure but it may help her to learn exactly what she is in for if she continues to use drugs. They will teach her what she can do to not continue on a path of self destruction this basically means what she needs to do to remain clean and sober because I personally do not think she has a clue.

      If she goes she will be attending lectures, group, individual addiction counseling, and 12 step meetings. 12 step meetings is how I was finally was able to get clean and sober. Not sure how she feels about attending NA but with the help of God and the NA program I now have many years drug free. I am convinced without them I would still be a using drugs.

      You asked how addicting they are they are extremely addicting. Roxies are sold on the streets and are referred to as drug store heroin and you probably have heard how addicting heroin is.

      So bottom line is that if she continues to keep using things are going to get a whole lot worse because addiction is progressive, incurable, and fatal’ meaning every time she stops using it will get harder and harder to stop again and she will pick up right where she left off when she stopped and then she will start taking more and more to get the desired effect.

      Hope this helps if you have any more questions contact me.

      Good luck

  16. I know Some one who “was” addicted to Roxy’s. So bad she was shooting up all the time. Multiple times a day. She would lie, Steal Be sneaky. Do anything she could to get her fix She was arrested and didnt do any for 4 days. She said she does not have the urge to do them any more. For the fisrt day she was out she was ok. But then she started saying she wanted to go hang out with the people who introduced her to them in the first place.. She gets a bad attitude at the snap of a finger she yells if she cant go see them. She is starting to get sneaky again. But still says she does not do them. So my question is, Can she still be doing them based on what has been happening?

  17. Hi there thanks for sharing

    I would have to say if she went to hang out with her using friends there is a better than average chance she is using again. Addicts are good at hiding it for a while but in the end the using will become apparent.

    1. She keeps saying she is not, but i can see it in her face and bosy language. And i just dont know where to turn any more. She does not want her children and she keeps going back to the same guy that got her on it. WHat should i do? Just give up and let her do it and have every one hate me or should i get her into some help and have her hate me?

  18. Hi DD

    Maybe this will help you it is from basic text of Narcotics Anonymous and I could not think of a better way to help you. Let me know what you think……..

    “They can be analyzed, counseled, reasoned with, prayed over, threatened, beaten, or locked up, but they will not stop until they want to stop.” Basic Text, p. 65

    Perhaps one of the most difficult truths we must face in our recovery is that we are as powerless over another’s addiction as we are over our own. We may think that because we’ve had a spiritual awakening in our own lives we should be able to persuade another addict to find recovery. But there are limits to what we can do to help another addict.

    We cannot force them to stop using. We cannot give them the results of the steps or grow for them. We cannot take away their loneliness or their pain. There is nothing we can say to convince a scared addict to surrender the familiar misery of addiction for the frightening uncertainty of recovery. We cannot jump inside other peoples’ skins, shift their goals, or decide for them what is best for them.

    However, if we refuse to try to exert this power over another’s addiction, we may help them. They may grow if we allow them to face reality, painful though it may be. They may become more productive, by their own definition, as long as we don’t try and do it for them.

    They can become the authority on their own lives, provided we are only authorities on our own. If we can accept all this, we can become what we were meant to be – carriers of the message, not the addict.

  19. My boyfriend and I have been together now for 2 months. We are lifelong friends before we began dating. we are both 22. He has been addicted to Roxy and heroin for years. a year before we got together I had became addicted to meth. I got off of it 5 months ago now, by myself. While I did this, he was in treatment (we were not aware of the 2 situations at this point) for his heroin and opiat addiction. We began conversating again on a weekend pass he had, I was so happy to hear he had gotten help! this was when we discovered that we each had began our recoveries within days of each other. Needless to say we were very supportive of one another and when he came home, we have been inseperable. after 2 months of us being clean as a couple (each been clean about 6 months) he had a long day after work and bought 1 Roxy. Saying it was the only one. I knew in my gut it was impossible, and was mortified. I was right… Within a couple days things got ugly. He wasn’t on heroin but was using at least 2 Roxy a day. the guy he bought them from one night had randomly stated ”I sell meth also” I didnt cave in immediatly but after 24 hours my cravings were stronger than I was and my boyfriend said okay. Before I got it we agreed to stop our foolish.ess after Saturday… This was on Thursday… Today is Monday and we stuck by our word. But after me bingeing on meth for 3 days and him on roxys, snorting about 3 a day maybe more, when we first came down we discussed how our weekend was.crappy because we were so into our drugs, even though we were together we were in totally diff places and we missed being sober. I threw out his last Roxy and my last little bit of shards, it was a tender moment we shared together. We had not once considered that it was nowhere near over. By Sunday night, we were both detoxing. We didnt see it coming. Or we just were being naive. Either way…. I am doinv okay with mine. Its bearable. But he is in hell! Its Monday now and while I merely suffered perhaps a severe comedown, I am now watching him go thru an opiate w/d and I am terribly scared for him. He is actually still in outpatient treatment, but has missed it since he took that first Roxy. He doesnt want to talk to his counselor. Hes trying to do this by hisself and return to outpatient, pass his drug test and pretend it never happened. He has a few days left most likely of detoxing and I am really just asking for any advise at this point. Neither of our families know about either of us using for a week. And I am5 months pregnant. Its not technically his but he is claiming it as his. I wasnt going to add this last bit in about my pregnancy but I know it plays a big role in everything. I do not have a specific question… I am reaching out for any bit of advise anyone can give me… We messed up big time by both relapseing. And im terrified of what obstacles may lie ahead. please please please help. I have noone to turn to myself. so again any advice you cohld give me about our extremely unique situation would help alot. thank you for your time

    preggo user / girlfriend of a user

  20. These little blue demons almost ripped me and my family apart.
    I am in day 3 of withdrawal at home, praying to God I can make it through this unimaginable hell.

    I am 38 years old and someone that had back problems since my 20′s. When I couldn’t get the pain relief I needed from my family doctor, I took my treatment into my own hands and almost ruined my life. Easy as heck to get, early a.m. deliveries from San Diego and I had a daily routine of around 3 Roxy 30′s a day within 3 months. A six figure income, a beautiful wife and two adorable kids…..nearly wrecked, but I WILL NOT LET THIS DRUG BEAT ME!

    I made the calls and got myself into a Suboxone treatment center and counseling, but of course you need a clean urine 3 days prior to your appointment and that means around 7 days total clean. Unless you are foolish and decide to use after your urine test, then the Suboxone will trigger immediate withdrawal and you will be in immediate hell.

    Why am I writing this…..to save anyone from testing the waters with Roxy and show that there is NO EASY WAY OUT. If you really WANT to recover, you must suffer the withdrawals…which are hell and seek counseling.

    How bad is withdrawals from Roxy, I would say it’s the worst flu combined with the worst emotional hell I’ve encountered in my life.

    You’re not immune, you may think you are, but you’re not. Your body will crave this drug like oxygen and put you through the worst you can imagine.

    Had I not decided to quit (and I still have a long way to go), I would’ve lost everything. Think about that before you experiment with these little blue demons. They are not to be messed with.


  21. I am currently about to start with my roxy detox. I was wondering if lowering my dosage of roxy over a week period to taper off of the drug would help instead of cold turkey.

  22. My boyfriend and I are addicted to opiates. I am myself have been having physical withdrawls since May of 2012. My boyfriend, since before we met 2 and a half years ago. I believe anyone can be mentally addicted to anything. love, washing your hands, tapping. But I dont have a mental addiction to them. It completely started on him doing them and me not wanting to be left out. Since may i have never chased the high, only trying to get rid of the sickness. i went on vacation with a 40 mg methadone handy, and took 10 a day for four days and ended up winging myself off. I dont know what to do about him. I understand you cant make someone decide to stop. you cant make them want to beat this. But is there any I can do to continue to keep myself off while also being with him? I get that it will be nearly impossible for me to do this, but at this point i feel i can. but if I decide I want to be with him, as a recovery addict and him an addict, what precautions can i take to stay clear from temptation? Obbviously, no usage in front of me, but how do i steer clear of the lifestyle? We live together so this makes this really hard. I really need true help with this.

  23. Hi. I have been addicted to roxies for a little over a year and a half now. If that wasnt bad enough, im only 17 and my parents have no idea about my addiction. Unfortunately I have no money to support my addiction but only recently has me going through withdrawal been absolutely horrible. The first day of my most severe withdrawal I decided then and there that I would no longer be physically, emotionally, or mentally stable enough to go through this ever again. It has been 3 days so far and surprisingly each day is getting better than the previous. I wanted to know if its actually possible for me to overcome my addiction without actually having to confess to my parents about going to rehab. Along with that being said, I want to know if its actually dangerous to go cold turkey like this? Of course my mind keep telling me I want a pill, but I have no money so thats a good thing. I believe that in these past 3 days I have somewhat gotten this will power to stop. Its very strange considering how long ive been addicted for. Any information would be great. Thanks!

  24. Hi Samantha

    If you have not had any in three days then they are out of your system so you will not have to worry; furthermore, the only way you would actually die from cold turkey is that if you were in extremely poor health and were using a very high dose for an extended amount of time.

    So basically the rest will the disease trying to get you to use again by making you think things are worse than they actually are.

    Hang in there and do not use no matter what!

    Good luck

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    A principal responsabilidade de um guarda-costas profissional é proteger
    seu cliente de perda de informações confidenciais e ameaças físicas graves, como assassinato, assalto, assédio, sequestro
    e perseguição. Ele também é atribuído ao avaliar as ameaças
    de segurança para o cliente e fornece medidas de segurança necessárias.

    Um guarda-costas também pode realizar outra proteção de direitos de equipamentos de comunicação, análise e avaliação de risco, ameaça e vulnerabilidade,
    detecção de produtos químicos e explosivos, operação de medidas de segurança diferentes, bem como da máfia rastreio e controle.
    Ele também pode ser designado para certas áreas para possíveis ameaças de
    busca e preparar rotas de viagem.

    Requisitos para se tornar um guarda-costas

    Antes de sair correndo e se aplicam para o próximo trabalho de guarda-costas,
    pergunte-se: você tem pelo menos um diploma
    de ensino médio? Realizou formação especializada em educação e preparação de guarda-costas?

    Geralmente, um guarda-costas deve ser em perfeita forma física, sem pré-existente, condições de saúde.

    Ele deve ter uma visão. Um guarda-costas deve ser confiável e confiável.

    Ele também deve ter habilidades de pessoas boas, porque o trabalho lida com um monte de gente.
    O estado psicológico da mente também é importante ser capaz de tomar decisões rápidas, protegendo o
    seu cliente.

    Um guarda-costas que completou um diploma universitário em
    inteligência de segurança de policiais, militares ou governo de direito é mais
    provável conseguir o emprego. A maioria dos guarda-costas estão da
    antiga lei ou oficiais militares, porque eles têm o suficiente formação e experiência para fazer o trabalho.

    A vida do seu cliente está em jogo, então você precisará certas
    habilidades para sua carreira como um guarda-costas e
    fazer um bom trabalho. Um guarda-costas deve ter ampla física
    e habilidades de treinamento em defesa estratégica,
    uso de armas e armas de fogo, artes marciais, primeiros socorros
    e CPR. Habilidades de condução também é uma vantagem.

    Salário de um guarda-costas.

    Não há nenhuma taxa fixa para a oferta de serviços de guarda-costas, dependendo da negociação entre o cliente e o
    próprio guarda-costas. Existem outros fatores que podem afetar a taxa de guarda-costas, tais
    como experiência, perfil do cliente, nível de perigo, quantidade de viagens necessárias, a gama de
    tarefas envolvidas para a posição e outros.

    Um guarda-costas com 1-4 anos de experiência
    pode ganhar de US $42.000-$75.000 por ano. Obviamente, os guarda-costas
    com mais experiência, habilidades e treinamento vão ganhar
    mais. Um guarda-costas experiente pode ganhar tanto quanto $100.000 pelo ano mais bônus.

    Se você tem clientes como celebridades, políticos, atletas e personalidades, você pode pedir aumento para seu serviço.

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