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Publisher's Summary

Learn how to make it through opiate withdrawals, and cure your addiction for life!

Are you regularly using any type of opiate medication such as heroin, Vicodin, or opium? Do you have an opiate addiction? Are you going through opiate withdrawal?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you will benefit from this book, Opiate Withdrawal. You will find actual research and proven facts on opiates and their effects on human health, along with real-life examples of opiate addicts and how to cure your addiction.

You will also learn how to identify drugs that can cause an addiction, help understand the worst impact of using opiates, have the latest list of medication to treat opiate withdrawal, find authentic methods to assist with opiate withdrawal, and learn useful tips to stay focused while going through the detoxification process.

In Opiate Withdrawal, you will discover the factors that lead to addiction such as psychological, biological, environmental, genetic, and accidental, as well as the symptoms of opiate addiction such as mood symptoms, behavioral symptoms, physical symptoms, and psychological symptoms. You will also learn to identify overdose symptoms. There is also a list of tips to help you during opiate withdrawal, as well as a list of opiate withdrawal treatments and methods.

Whatever stage you are in with your journey of opiate usage, it is time to stop; and this book, Opiate Withdrawal, will aid you in keeping the withdrawal symptoms to a minimum and getting you back to a healthier state of mind and body.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn:

  • Identify drugs that can cause an addiction
  • Understand the worst impact of addiction
  • Updates on latest medications to treat opiate withdrawal
  • Learn useful tips to stay focused while going through the detoxification process
  • And much more!

©2015 A.J. Knight (P)2016 A.J. Knight

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Short but meaningful.

Answered YES to all of the author's questions, but you don't know how relieved I am to know that it's really possible to get out of this kind of addiction. This opiate withdrawal guide is easy to comprehend and is practical. The author clearly knows what he's talking about, so I decided to consult this book from now on.

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surprisingly useful

Tried heroin once, so I don't necessarily need to undergo opiate withdrawal. However, I may not know when the info about it may be helpful, so I got it anyway. The book has been informative in spite of the fact that I listened to it in a short time.

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reference guide

Just as the title and subtitle suggest..this is a step by step guide on how to deal with, and recover from opiate addiction. This is a great reference guide. Covers withdrawal symptoms and how to handle them, and the book even touches on relapse; which lets face it, happens for most of us throughout the recovery period. Worth checking out, and hanging onto as a guide

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long term process

My friend is suffering from opiate addiction and I recommended this book to him. This book really helped him a lot and it gives him the step by step guide on how he can overcome opiate addiction forever. I honestly don’t know what this opiate addiction is all about but this book helped me understand what opiate addiction is all about. This book will give us ideas on why and how opiate addiction was developed. It will also help us determine the symptoms and signs of opiate addiction

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getting to cure

Opiate addiction is a brain disease characterized by increased tolerance leading to more and more substance needed to achieve the same effect. I found this book on a opiates addiction well explained and concrete to simply and efficiently deliver the content. This book was very helpful in terms of curing yourself from opiate addiction

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  • Forked River, NJ USA
  • 08-24-17

Sound Advice!

Good resource for people that want to know the best ways to go about kicking their issues with opiates. Had a ton of great information throughout on what to do and what not to do. Pleased I went ahead and gave this one a listen. Well worth picking up!

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recommeded highly

This is a great book with good quality. This is really a helpful book which can help people that has this kind of issue. It’s a serious topic for listeners to learn and understand. I know there are a lot of people who are suffering from opiate addiction. There is information from this book that you can get to know the signs or symptoms of addiction

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Good except for those with minor use of opiates

This book is good except if you are taking minor, legitimate doses of opiates for pain relief. The author never mentions slow withdrawal from your prescribed dosage. The withdrawal stomp will not be as extreme as mentioned in the book. If the patient desires to do away with their use of opiates, are only using their prescribed dose, withdrawal from the medication should be relatively slow and easy.

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Great info bomb!

Opiate Withdrawal, great book! The info seems to be really good, I am not addicted myself but I know a lot of people who have been and the tips in this book is what they have described as their solution as well! However, a bit short and some typo.

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another option to expensive in-patient withdrawal

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I loved this book. It had a ton of helpful ideas and recommendations on how to ease or possibly even eliminate the awful pain that comes with detoxing. I'm definitely going to try the things she suggested and hope for the best!

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