Getting through the pain of withdrawal

Posted by on Jul 28, 2015 in Freedom From Addiction | Comments Off on Getting through the pain of withdrawal

Drug addiction is a terrible thing, and that is why if you are an addict, you should try to kick the habit. However, this is very hard, mostly because most drug addicts do not wish to kick it, and also because the process of withdrawal is extremely difficult and very painful, both mentally and physically. Still, there are some things that every person going through withdrawal could do to lessen the pain he’s feeling, and that is exactly what we are going to try to tell you, and explain to you how to do that.

phpBqWiYzFirst of all, you need to see where you are, and what your starting point is. Withdrawal will be easy if you are just a recreational drug user; however, if you are a real addict that takes drugs in high amounts, this is not going to be pleasant, and you need to prepare yourself for that. Keep a positive attitude, but still be objective about the withdrawal, because we both know that it’s not going to be easy at all.

Then, try to ease the symptoms you’re feeling by taking some medications. This is not the most legal way of doing things, but the pain of withdrawal may be so excruciating, that you might need something to dumb it down. On the other hand, some people like the pain because it reminds them to the fact that they will never start doing drugs again, because they never wish to go through something like that again.

You will start feeling aches and spasms as well, and you will need to do something about them. You can fight them with heat or hot baths, because it detoxicates your body and makes it clean again. Through sweat, you will eject all the bed things from your body, and your body will start rebuilding itself using only healthy supplies. Just keep in mind that you shouldn’t do this for too long, because your body will be weakened.

Keep in mind that you won’t get much sleep due to all the changes that are occurring to your body. Also, the pain and the bad feeling will stop you from getting any sleep, and that is why you must take advantage of any opportunity to get some rest.


Also, it is important to keep your mind from thinking about drugs. That is why you need to keep it occupied. Start doing some puzzles, or start reading a book. Do whatever you can to keep your mind from thinking about drugs or your addiction.

And finally, you should seek some medical attention. This is really important, because a doctor will always give you the best advice he can, and he won’t think anything bad about you, because he doesn’t judge. Do not be afraid to ask for some help, because you’re going to need it for sure. Also, it is extremely important to remain as positive as possible, because only your desire to carry on with this can give you the desired outcome – a complete withdrawal.