One of the hardest opiate withdrawal symptoms to deal with is lack of energy, or better said, EXTREME FATIGUE. Whether you’re in the acute or post-acute opiate withdrawal phase, getting energy can feel impossible.
Many people have suffered from this debilitating shortage of energy for days, weeks, and even months after stopping the use of opiates. I’ve also experienced this feeling.
During the acute opiate withdrawal phase I remember laying on the couch for days, and I was barely able to get up and go to the bathroom.
Then for weeks afterwards I was still very tired and sore. I just couldn’t get motivated or energized to do anything!
Note: Luckily, after years of researching opiate withdrawal and recovery, I’ve come up with some very effective ways for regaining natural energy.
How To Get Energy During Opiate Withdrawal
If you really want to know how to get energy during opiate withdrawal, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND taking natural supplements. There are certain amino acids, herbs, roots and other supplements that can significantly help you regain energy during opiate withdrawal.
My favorite supplements for getting immediate energy during opiate withdrawal are:
- Nitro Xtreme – A proprietary blend of noni concentrate, which is clinically proven to increase nitric oxide in the body. Nitric oxide = increased natural energy.
- Sunrise – A liquid superfood drink with a unique and powerful blend of antioxidants and adaptogens.
- DL-Phenylalanine (DLPA) – A combination amino acid supplement that can help you produce dopamine, norepinephrine (noradrenaline), epinephrine (adrenaline), and endorphins.
- Mucuna Pruriens – A tropical legume that has the above benefits of L-Tyrosine, while also containing minor amounts of serotonin, 5-HTP, and nicotine.
Note: Taking all four of these together will provide you with the most benefits, however, taking even one by itself can help. Don’t get too excited though. While these supplements can help, opiate withdrawal fatigue is no joke. The supplements can provide you with mental and physical energy, but you’ll likely still be tired. However, once you’re past the acute opiate withdrawal phase you should start regaining your energy quickly if you continue to use these supplements.
How To Regain Energy After Quitting Opiates
Normally, someone quitting opiates can expect to suffer from a lack of energy for days, weeks, or even months in extreme cases. Many individuals have to work and/or take care of kids in addition to other responsibilities. The extreme fatigue from quitting opiates can be a major contributor to people getting back on opiates before their bodies recover.
Often they can’t just stop going to work and taking care of children because they don’t feel good. Thus, it can be easy to start using again…and the cycle continues.
What if I told you that there was a natural way to get energy back after quitting opiates? Would that interest you?
I’ve developed an incredibly powerful strategy for regaining energy after opiate withdrawal. It focuses heavily on the use of “adaptogens”, which are special herbs that help your body adapt to stress and resist fatigue. Below is a picture of ginseng root, which is the most well-known adaptogen.
Here are some amazing benefits for you to review, Adaptogens:
- Improve the health of your adrenal system.
- Help strengthen the body’s response to stress.
- Enhance the body’s ability to cope with anxiety and fight fatigue.
- Calm you down and boost your energy at the same time without over stimulating.
- Normalize body imbalances.
Note: Adaptogens promote the facilitation of homeostasis in the body. They’re called adaptogens because of their unique ability to “adapt” their function according to your body’s specific needs. Though the effects may initially be subtle and take time to make themselves felt, they’re real and undeniable.
*Adaptogens work a bit like a thermostat. When the thermostat senses that the room temperature is too high it brings it down; when the temperature is too low it brings it up.
My Supreme Elixir Of Energy
I’ve put together an incredible formula that can be used to get energy back after opiate withdrawal. This elixir is a combination of my favorite adaptogens and products on the market.
If you take this Supreme Elixir Of Energy exactly as outlined, you should be well on your way to regaining energy after coming off opiates.
The Supreme Elixir of Energy is made up of:
Directions: First thing in the morning on an empty stomach, mix a glass of 12 ounces water with 20 drops of Nitro Xtreme (part of Triangle), 1 ounce of Sunrise (part of Triangle), and 1 Tbs. maca powder. Mix with a spoon and consume, while also taking 1,000 – 2,000 mg of DLPA and two capsules of Keter Wellness Mucuna Pruriens. In the afternoon, take 20 drops of Nitro Xtreme. In the evening, take 20 drops of Nitro Xtreme just before dinner, then 3 soft gels of Sunset (part of Triangle) right after dinner.
How To Get Energy Back After Opiate Withdrawal Questions
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This adaptogenic formula really can give you energy, happiness and reduced cravings after quitting opiates. Good luck on your journey now that you know how to get energy back after opiate withdrawal!
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