In this video, I’m going to talk about a phenomenon I’ve termed the “Opiate-Energy Addiction Connection.” Over the past six years, I’ve got to work with, coach, and correspond with hundreds of people that were addicted to opiates.
One thing I’ve found very interesting is something 99% of all these people have in common:
Opiates give them ENERGY!!!
Opiates gave me energy from the very first time I used my first 5 mg Vicodin tablet. My friend Morgan took one at the same time as me.
45 minutes later, he was asleep in his chair with drool coming out of the side of his mouth.
At that same time, I had:
- FEELINGS of GRANDIOSITY
Why do some people get energy from opiates while others get tired and other side effects?
In this video, I’ll explain how it all works, and I’ll also give you some really great tips on how to get your energy and happiness back after you quit opiates.
Once you quit opiates, you’re exhausted and depressed for weeks, months, or longer. This video will give you my best methods for getting your energy and positive mood back FAST.
Watch the video below:
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If you have any comments or questions on the Opiate-Energy Addiction Connection, please post them in the comment box below.
Where do I begin. Everything you said about opiates making you the person you always wanted to be is exactly what it does for me. I would really like to talk to you you if possible. My name is Brian and I will start by giving you my email address. firstname.lastname@example.org. I truly hope to hear from you soon. Thank you for all that you do. Peace and God bless.
When you say your program is 60 day guarantee can you go into a little more detail. I believe the program is for me. I a, so tired of this rollercoaster. On 4 Norco a day. I went two weeks and that is all I lasted. I use to be hooked on a 120 15 years ago. I threw my back out and ended up on pain pills once again. I feel stuck. I want off but the withdrawal kicks my ass. Do I need to be off the pills before I start the program? And once I purchase it is it mine forever. Thank you for all you offer.
You don’t need to be off pills, as the program teaches you how to do it with the least discomfort possible. It’s your’s for life after purchase, and anytime within 60 days of buying it, if you don’t love it, you can get a full refund, no questions asked.
Your the best- thank you
Awe thanks! My pleasure. 🙂 Take care.
Again, thank you matt finch. I went off opiates cold turkey with your help.clean for 16 months. Opiates gave me energy at first, and relieved pain that i had in my joints-all of them. I had both hips replaced but still struggle w my other pain. Im very happy how i feel now w/o drugs in my body. I took about 3months but i began to actually feel again, like an awakening physically and emotionally. You are right about exercise, it took about 6 months though to have the energy. I am forever grateful for your help, you saved my life. xo
A great success story, Terri! Thanks for sharing this. It will give people HOPE! You’re an inspiration. 🙂 XO
I was the same as you. Grew up as a child always feeling very anxious with lots of social and just general anxiety. My mom passed away when I was only 11 so that only increased my anxiety tremendously. I started drinking a lot as a teenager because it gave me confidence and energy among covering up my grief of loss. I guess drinking back then made me have hypomania. lol Then in my late 30’s we ran into a script of pain pills and OMG the energy I got was unbelievable!! My house was spotless all the time! (But eventually with longer opioid. use that energy goes away.) Also, I noticed my social anxiety was relieved as well. I could go out and be so much more social than i used to be.There is no doubt in my mind that is why I became addicted to opioids. When people used to tell me pain pills made them sleepy I would be like WHAT???? Anyhow, that is my story so you can add my experience to you poll. Thanks for all that you do Matt! Appreciate the recommendations for supplements. I’m trying to get off oxy for the 50th time and I will use those supplements to help.
Wow! Sounds like you were also “biologically geared” to be susceptible to opiate addiction too! Yes the energy does go away eventually and then it just makes you feel normal, so you’re using all these opiates just to feel like you would without them if you didn’t have a dependence. What a pain! I know these supplements will help you this next time you attempt getting off. Take care, and thanks for contributing to my poll! Appreciate you, Stace!
Energy, yes. That and my mom passing upped my dosage. I am trying to taper again (I know I’ve tried both CT and taper before but I’ll never give up until this is finished). I was first on hydrocodone for about 3 years until my stomach really got messed up by it. Dr. moved me to tramadol, that wasn’t that good because I always took more and then started seeing a therapist and psychiatrist (unfortunately, I fessed up to the therapist because she was private i.e. not from my insurance, but the psychiatrist – so far I haven’t told her. She started me on Cymbalta it that was terrible for me. I told her about the interaction of those two but she said not to worry. I talked to my doctor and he moved my to Oxcodone. He knew I was trying to taper but moved me to oxycodone which is better for my stomach. Now I take Lexapro and a half of a remeron at night. I’m tired, I supplement with all the vitamins and stuff and more… I refuse to give up. There’s no real reason, I think, for these pills except the energy. I try and try and try again.
I hear ya, Valerie. And I was on Remeron in the past a long time ago, and it made it very hard for me to wake up in the morning. But once I had a strong cup of coffee I felt much better. It was a good medicine. Never been on Lexapro but tried Paxil CR a long time ago and had good results from that too. I hear a lot of good things about Lexapro. Have several clients on it right now that are going to get off opiates or just recently got off. They all like it. The energy dilemma is a hard one to overcome. I wish there were free treatment programs all over the nation and I also wish people would view addiction as a health issue and not a moral issue. Thanks for sharing your experience, Valerie. My prayers go out to you.