Welcome to the opiate withdrawal section of ManagingWithdrawals.com.If you're looking to finally get that opiate monkey off your back, you've come to the right place! I am a recovering addict myself and created this website as a resource in 2009 to help others recover from opiate addiction.
Whether you are trying to quit opiates for the first time, or you've tried unsuccessfully many times before, you'll find lots of useful information on this website that will help you with your recovery, presented in a factual, non-judgmental, and no-nonsense manner. This site isn't about pushing expensive "rapid detox" programs or ineffective programs.
There's a lot to explore on this website, and we've recently added a blog with detailed information on 30 different herbs, supplements, and home remedies. Check out our articles page for more information.
Rather, it's our intention to help our readers explore natural, inexpensive home remedies to reduce the symptoms of opiate withdrawal, and manage the PAWS (Post Acute Withdrawal Symptoms) to a more tolerable level. Quitting opiates for good will never be a pain-free event, but people do it every day, and you can too. This website is designed to be an "all in one" resource for managing all of your opiate withdrawal symptoms. As a fellow recovering addict, I created this website in 2009 as a resource for the addict who still suffers. This site is only meant to be informational, and is more oriented towards a healthy lifestyle through exercise, supplements, and taking care of the mind, body, and spirit that afflicts the addict who still suffers.
(Looking for our benzodiazepine withdrawal sister site?)