Oxycodone works in the body to achieve pain relief, by interfering with the natural chemicals in the body that regulate healing and pain. It has become the habit of modern man, encouraged by a prescription drug regime, to impose upon ourselves, prescription drugs to get relief from physical and emotional pain. Some of the most notorious drugs for causing addiction contain the opioid oxycodone. Brand names such as OxyContin (Oxy), Percocet, Percodan and Tylox all contain oxycodone. http://www.narcononquebec.ca/
The natural way to go, of course, is to work with the body and help it to heal itself. Pain is a symptom that something is wrong, that something needs to be healed. Drugs don’t treat pain as a symptom, or help to resolve the causes. Drugs treat pain as if it IS the problem and simply block it out. Drugs that only mask the symptom of pain interfere with true healing.
People use pain killers such as OxyCodone, Percocet, Percodan and Tylox for physical pain and to achieve an emotional “high”. Side effects of drugs that contain oxycodone are desirable because people like to feel free of pain.
In order to become addicted people need to value the continued use of oxycodone to get good feelings over getting back their health. However, regardless of our conscious choice to shovel in more drugs, the body still tries to protect itself, against toxic, allopathic oxycodone. The body activates the CREB system that tries to overcome the presence of oxycodone, and regularize neural function. The more effective the CREB system is to overcome toxic oxycodone, the less effective is oxycodone.
We wail and moan that our oxycodone is not working anymore and suffer the pain of withdrawal. We have a choice every time we use oxycodone again – to intensify our addiction, or to break free and regain good health. Sadly, many people value instant pain relief, administered on prescription, or obtained illicitly over true healing and recovery.
All oxycodone prescriptions are potentially addictive, from the very first dose, if the person places their pain free drug regime over the pathways to true healing. Pain killers such as Tylox, Percocet and Percodan often serve as an introduction to the narcotic OxyContin. As soon as addiction kicks in and withdrawal side effects become too painful – doctors up regulate the levels of oxycodone by prescribing higher doses, by way of OxyContin. http://www.oxycontinaddiction.me/
Pain killing drugs paradoxically with long term use contribute to symptomatic chronic pain. People with oxycodone addiction face intensified pain from their injury or emotional problems, and have to bear the pain of oxycodone withdrawal before any work can begin on the process of real healing.
People today remain uninformed. Addicted to prescription drugs Percocet, Percodan, Tylox and Oxy – people need more and more oxycodone to keep at bay worsening symptoms of pain, every day getting more locked into addiction.
All the different pain killers that contain oxycodone are addictive, and the addiction is very much dose dependant. Get oxycodone addiction recovery help today – and regain your independence.
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Narconon Trois-Rivières specializes in residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation and detoxification. Our organization also promotes drug education and awareness throughout our community, and province.