Question by  TeresaL (150)

How can i kick an opiate addiction?


Answer by  Merzkiyi (604)

Rehabilitation or detox clinic is probably the best way, this would ensure you don't come into contact or get tempted with the opiates and would provide counseling. Alternately, Narcotics Anonymous can help, and you could also wean yourself off by lessening your "dose" each time you use.


Answer by  mem4dr (1378)

First, go see your doctor. He or she can direct you to programs and/or qualified therapists who can guide you through the process of kicking the addiction. Frequently, a good option is to go to a residential treatment center where you will get both counseling and medical supervision - getting off of opiates can be very rough on your body.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

Like any addiction, there are basically three ways to kick it. One, is cold turkey. Second, is going to meetings (Narcotics Anonymous would be a good one for you). The third, is simply going to a drug counsellor or psychologist who specializes in addiction services. Whichever of these three works.


Answer by  John (9008)

An opiate addiction is impossible to escape without professional help. Medical detoxification is essential, as is ongoing treatment with a therapist. Opiates are very strongly addictive, so it is very difficult to quit, and essentially impossible to quit on your own. Attempting to quit without medical supervision could be dangerous, as well.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

Like any addiction to anything, there are three steps you can take: go cold turkey (if you can), get treatment (i.e. rehab), or try and ween yourself off in slow steps.


Answer by  mansi (521)

Suboxone helps beat opiate addiction. When Suboxone is taken, the buprenorphine attaches to the receptors in the brain occupied by opiates. Because receptors are no longer empty, withdrawal symptoms diminish.


Answer by  G12345 (1808)

The best way is to see a docotor who specializes in a addiction because withdrawl can be painfull. It will involve gradually tapering your opiate requirement and often involves long acting opiates like Methadone.


Answer by  ko (18)

Yes you can! I'm not going to sugar coat anything, it'll be one of the the hardest things you'll eveer have to do. I don't recomment doing it alone, chances are you give in and go back feeling worse about yourself than ever. Round up friends, family, check into rehab.


Answer by  pradhaprajgmailcom (1518)

Any type of addiction can be cured with self determination.Admit yourself in a de-addiction centre for treatment.Have confidence and persuation,definitely you will get out of it.


Answer by  darcyn77 (321)

Unfortunately, there really isn't any surefire way to kick opiates. To help lessen withdrawal symptoms, you can try kratom. It can easily be found on the internet,


Answer by  Donky (3)

There few different ways to kick, but a best way I have know that it's it going to place like Opiate Dependency Treatment Center Good luck!

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