How to Stop Abusing Morphine and Not Get Sick from Withdrawals
Addiction is a complex medical, psychological and social issue with many different causes and manifestations. Each addict is the same. Each addict is unique. Nonetheless, people who fall into the throes of morphine addiction often do not fit the profile of a "typical" addict who graduates from recreational drug use to a daily ritual that is life threatening. Most morphine addicts first took this powerful analgesic for legitimate pain management reasons. It is believed that it is often the case that dependency takes root when morphine is administered to a person whom has a genetic predisposition towards addiction. Regardless of whether or not the person has had a previous history of struggles with substance abuse, it's as if this powerful drug has found fertile ground.
Whatever the reason for it, once a person moves from using morphine in order to control their pain, to using it to feel "better" in general, and then finally ends up having to use it or face crippling and unspeakably withdraws, then this is a very bad place to be in. Overcoming morphine addiction is extremely difficult. However, it is not impossible, and as we will explain shortly it can be done without experiencing many of the terrible withdraws.
Morphine is a powerful painkiller derived from the opium poppy, the same plant source that opium, heroin, and all opioid analgesics are derived from. In fact, morphine is the main chemical ingredient found in all of these drugs. Morphine woks directly upon the receptors in the brain and the central nervous system that regulate pain. It significantly reduces the amount of neurotransmitters associated with pain that are released by the brain. As such, it is an extremely effective, practical, and versatile painkiller; it can dramatically lessen pain for hours. However, for this seem reason it also has the potential to be dangerously addictive.
From Dependence to Addiction
Given that it binds so readily with the brain's pain regulating opioid receptors, regular use of morphine can quickly lead to dependency. What this means is that a person who started taking morphine to deal with intense pain will start taking it when they feel angry, bored, restless, unhappy, or otherwise uneasy. Morphine quickly becomes the person's "quick fix" when confronted with any feelings or situations that are unpleasant, and in short order taking morphine becomes the only way the person feels they can feel "normal."
Morphine is like all drugs in that the habitual user develops a tolerance and needs to take more and more to feel the same effects. Eventually, the user is so dependent on taking large quantities of morphine on a regular basis that any sudden discontinuation of use leads to the onset of serious withdrawal symptoms.
Traditionally, the first step towards freedom from opiate addiction begins with a harsh period of agonizing withdrawals. Opioid withdraw typically follows a standard pattern, and morphine is no exception.
After Last Dose of Morphine
Intense cravings, feelings of depression, anxiety, and drastic mood swings kick in within 6 hours after the last dose.-Leaking sinuses, profuse sweating, and even more intense depression follows 14 hours after the last dose-!6 hours after the last dose sees the beginning of uncontrollable muscle spasms and twitches as well as a marked loss of appetite-A day after the last dose, muscle spasms become involuntary wild flailing of the arms and legs. This is accompanied by severe diarrhea, insomnia, soaring blood pressure, and rapid breathing. Addicts in their 36th hour of withdrawal should expect to start vomiting uncontrollably.
All of these symptoms typically continue for another 3 to 5 days before they start to abate. As is easy to imagine, opiate withdrawal is an intense and trying experience. Most recovering addicts will tell you that it was easily the worst experience of their lives. Consequently, many start using again within days -sometimes even hours- after the worst symptoms start to present themselves—anything to quickly escape the living hell that is withdrawal.
Thankfully, however, there is hope for addicts in the form of a carefully considered blend of organic herbs, active vitamins, minerals, and other compounds that can help ease the addict through the grueling experience of withdrawal on their first step towards total and complete freedom from morphine addiction.
Finding out how to stop abusing morphine and not get sick from withdrawals has previously been a rather fruitless endeavor. There simply was no way to assuage the effects of withdrawal without resorting to "opioid receptor modulators" like Suboxone and other drugs. Often times, the end result of this approach is simply replacing the morphine addiction with another equally serious and debilitating addiction.
In contrast, CalmSupport is a combination of organic herbs, minerals, and active vitamins. Nothing in CalmSupport is addicting, and every single ingredient serves a specific purposes in combating the symptoms of morphine withdrawal.
For instance, organic Valerian root powder is effective in calming the feelings of restlessness, anxiety, and very well may help the recovering morphine addict get some much needed sleep during the withdrawal process without using. GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) is a chemical that is produced by healthy brains that is conspicuously scarce in the brains of active opiate addicts. It helps stabilize blood pressure and vastly improve mood. Phyllanthus herb helps to detoxify the liver. All in all, there are 16 active ingredients in CalmSupport, all of which target a specific aspect of withdrawal, and work in concert with one another to help the addict get over the initial hump in the days following cessation.
As effective as it is, CalmSupport is not a magic fix. It does make handling opiate withdrawal more bearable, but nothing makes beating any kind of addiction easy. This is why when you order CalmSupport opiate withdrawal aid program you also get a 17 page E-book. Written in precise and direct language, this book explains what to expect before, during, and after you start your morphine detox with CalmSupport.
Now is the time to take the first step. Prolonged morphine addiction causes structural and chemical changes in the brain. This causes negative changes in personality, emotions, and behavior; many lives and relationships have been destroyed by this horrible and all too common addiction. It is time to stop, and CalmSupport can help. Take the first step towards having the life you deserve -a life free from the grip of morphine- today. The time to act is now.