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What are Opiates?

treatment-opiates-withdrawal-rehab-detoxOpiates are a powerful drug that can take over an individual’s mind, body and soul. Opiates come in many legal forms such as Morphine, Oxycodone, Fentanyl, and Codeine which can be obtained with a prescription by a doctor or a dealer. Then there is Heroin and Opium which are illegal opiates that you can only get on the streets. Both classes of drugs are equally as addictive and dangerous. Jay was addicted to legal Opiates, but obtained them illegally. He was a regular guy until an addiction to prescription pain killers took over his life. He held it together well and people did not know he was abusing Opiates until his friend saw the signs and symptoms of abuse.

Signs and Symptoms of Opiate Abuse


Opiates release a euphoric feeling when used by some people; they are usually prescribed for the treatment of pain. When used for pain relief, the individual may build a tolerance to the drug. When people build a tolerance, it causes them to use more and more to achieve the same feeling, making them get addicted and they will do anything to get more. Other people like Jay use opiates to escape the world. However, the signs and symptoms of abuse will be the same no matter how you became addicted.

Some physical signs of Opiate abuse are:

  • Euphoria
  • Apprehension
  • Agitation
  • Manipulation
  • Poor Judgment
  • Inability to Make Decisions
  • Numbness or Inability to Feel Pain
  • Small Pupils
  • Money Problems

Jay was acting differently and his roommate offered to help. When it came to getting help, Jay knew he was going to have to go through withdrawal. In order to get the most out of treatment your body needs to be cleared of all toxic chemicals drugs contain. This is where detoxification comes in.

Withdrawal and Detoxification

The withdrawal from opiates can be extremely uncomfortable. Whether the drugs were prescribed by a doctor or an individual was using them illegally, they will still experience the pain of withdrawal. The intensity of withdrawal depends upon how much and how often the drug was abused.

Some signs of Opiate withdrawal are:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Restlessness
  • Irritability
  • Runny Nose
  • Insomnia

If the thought of withdrawal is keeping you from getting treatment- look into going to a medically supervised detox facility. In medical detox a doctor will prescribe medications to make the pain of withdrawal more comfortable. Since detox only takes care of the body, treatment will be needed to treat the mind and soul.

Treatment for Opiates


To treat the mind and soul an individual will need to go through treatment. In treatment, there will be a multitude of different therapies. All therapies will get to the root cause of your addiction and give you the tools and means to stay clean and sober for good.

If you are struggling with Opiate abuse you are not alone. There are several people out there who are struggling with addiction and there is hope. Although addiction is a disease with no known cure it can be maintained with the proper treatment. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction give us a call. We are happy to help and believe in you. (866) 578-7471.

  1. This is fantastic and I love detox for providing a solution to addiction. But better to abstain than feel sorry

  2. This is very interesting blog. To treat the mind and soul an individual will need to go through treatment. Although the use of drugs is harmful to us, it is not a source of energy at all.

  3. Thank you for this information,if someone need recovery from opiates addicted,this the one cantact can call,so there are hope even struggling but new life Will come.

  4. I can relate to some extent with this. I had a surgery and had to take some really strong pain killers, which was injected into my body. And I was told if I demanded for it as frequent as I wanted it to be given, I could get addicted to the drugs.

  5. Thanks for the enlightenment about opiates, it’s symptoms and treatment. The world have to read about this. Permission to share?

  6. The post addiction negative effects of opiate is very hazardous. It gives all sort of illness to a person and he is not in a state to think nor do anything physically.

  7. Stay away from people whose influences are bad for you. the article is very informative I am glad that there are treatments for drug addictions.

  8. People fall for drugs but to think your boss had a hand on it is tough luck MONEY ISSUES is very spot on. Regardless of what type it is drugs or not it will push you to do anything just to sustain it. Stories such as addicts selling people friends, wives kids etc may seem like fiction but it really does happen.

  9. One must always watch out for the signs or symptoms of addiction when taking any drug. Excessive usage of any drug makes it an abuse. It’s always good to seek help

  10. Drug addiction is very common in our society. Not only it is a gateway drug, some people use it for recreation, to help them with their jobs or maybe they are using it to overcome the difficulties in their life. Let us try to help those in need and be more understanding.

  11. Detox to Rehab You are really doing great job by sharing information on different platform .The more I thank you. the less it will be.

  12. I still strongly recommend not trying anything addictive than trying and getting hooked. It takes a whole lot of willpower, strength and patience to break out of the shackle.

  13. Wow, those are some signs to check out. A doctor’s prescription also can help detoxify you even your mind and heart. Good stuff

  14. So many drugs people abuse knowingly or unknowingly. Opiates is another powerful destroyer is not properly handled. Let take note please

  15. So many go through problems like this, let admit we have a problem and start getting from professional. Alot use pain killers that’s gotten illegally, that’s one way to know what’s right or wrong.

  16. Thanks a lot for everything needed to know about opiates, from symptoms to treatment. Having a boss who deals with cocaine metabolic is wrong, cos he can do things awful under the control of cocaine.

  17. Opiates are drugs a person shouldn’t go near because of its powerful effect. The fact that it takes over the individuals mind is terrible enough. This article really gave me a lot of insight into the dangers of taking this drug. I love the fact that people who are hooked on opiates can find help. I just hope they find the right help and get the proper treatment

  18. Interesting boss and employee story but I am glad things have turned out better now. I didn’t know there was anything such as opiates actually.

  19. Wow, just hearing Opiates for the first time knowing that it can take the mind and even soul is scary. But there’s Hope for recovery for those who are determined to let go. Doing drugs is not good but very deadly. To abstain is the best.

  20. Cocaine and any type of drugs are very harmful for our body.People should avoid these things and try to live a healthy Life . Alcohol or any type of drugs are deadly.

  21. Having a boss as a drug dealer means you cannot escape not getting addicted no matter what. Thank God for Jay for staying strong and getting help to be sober. Thanks for sharing now I know the signs, symptoms and treatment of opiate. Thanks for all you do.

  22. Wow!!
    There is a lot to learn here “opiates”
    Whether obtain legally or illegelly will do your body no good
    Either abstain or go for treatment now and fast
    There are centers for it…..do not isolate

    This article should tell you so….. kudus to it👏

  23. Having a drug dealer as a boss is a bad experience because there is no way one will not end up being an addict. It isn’t good at all.

  24. Quite frankly, one needs to be careful with these substances. You get to ruin your life slowly in the form of saying you are having fun. Keep off whether you obtain them legally or illegally.

  25. Thanks so much for this important piece. While detox can be a very painful experience for addicts, the outcome is so vital. I’m so glad Ray made a full recovery.

  26. Is good to know that there’s a treatment for opiate abuse. I have friends who have fallen into different types of addiction and it’s very sad to see how they destroy themselves.

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