quitting opiates cold turkey- on day 3 - Part 20

By smith9666 · Nov 23, 2014 · ·
  1. Roxihead,

    Thanks for your reply and I appreciate your feedback. With that being said, if you read through any of my thread you would notice on several occasions that I am eating healthy, running daily and dealing with this in a healthy manner. My lifestyle would not be ideal for what you are recommending. I work 50-65 hours each week and run 6 days a week on average 3-7 miles a day.

    I do appreciate the time but maybe be a little more observant prior to posting about your threads on others threads.



  1. Jungledog
    Damn girl! I only WALK 4 miles daily! I am impressed with your running schedule! Very proud!

  2. smith9666
    Thanks :). 4 miles is still a lot though! Walking or running. Running is easier because it takes less time LOL

    I used to be an avid runner prior to my injury. Loved it. Hopefully I can get back to it. I wouldn't usually keep a 6 day a week running schedule but its worked wonders for me these last two weeks. At least i think it did.
  3. babydolll94
    congrats i quit opiates as of august 11th i still have anxiety but im doing great!!
  4. smith9666

    Sorry about the anxiety. That's been a long time so congrats to you!! Other then anxiety, how are you doing overall?
  5. Jungledog

    I think exercise and diet are key to getting off this shit and staying off. The opiates alter body chemistry. The body does know how to heal itself but it can only do so by getting good high grade nutrients. So if you eat crap, it will take longer to heal. Eat well and heal faster. The exercise releases endorphins which the opiates used to provide and provide you with a new, healthy coping activity when we think of use. I wish I was you and was completely clean. I am getting weary of this taper.

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