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  • mikeBnimble

    This really is a huge problem in this country. After a 2005 motorcycle wreck I was on Vicodin 24 hours a day for more than 6 weeks. When the doctors took me off the pain pills I had to turn to marijuana and alcohol to be able to sleep. I was glad for the drugs while I was in severe pain, but getting off of them afterward was one of the hardest periods of my life.

    • drunkenninja

      I have never had the misfortune to have to use these types of drugs, what was the hardest part about finally kicking your habit of going to sleep on these things?

      • mikeBnimble

        Actually falling asleep. Narcotics knock you out in high dosages, so you get used to taking a nap after every dose. Then, when you aren't taking them, your body has trouble triggering sleep. I would have to either have a few drinks or smoke some weed to get drowsy enough to sleep. Once I was over the initial withdrawal period I was able to resume natural sleep cycles. I also started using various herbal products to help with the chronic aches and the remaining inflammation, I believe these helped as well.

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