Eliminiction
ElimiNiction: A Natural Solution to Addiction
Opiate Addiction Relief
   
Opiate Addiction Relief Therapy - 30 Day Supply for only $39.95 with free shipping in the US
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • Shipped in plain nondescript packaging
  • Created with the highest quality ingredients
  • No doctor prescription necessary
  • Can be taken even if you're still using without harmful side effects

Opiate Addiction Relief:

Opioid addiction is a fast growing epidemic plaguing America. It's a difficult addiction to overcome. ElimiNiction is a natural blend of supplements that can help ease the pain of opioid withdrawals.

ElimiNiction allows you to start your road to recovery by taking 2 capsules twice daily with meals. After the first 2 weeks, you can reduce your dosage to 1 twice daily with meals. ElimiNiction also comes with an oral spray that helps ease withdrawal symptoms during the day between capsule dosages.

ElimiNiction also allows you to gradually wean yourself from your addiction. You can take ElimiNiction at any stage of your recovery. Even if you are still taking opioids. There is no need to quit "cold turkey." ElimiNiction allows you to gradually adjust to the changes your body will go through during the recovery process.

ElimiNiction Opiate Therapy Ingredients:

A proprietary blend of : N-acetyl cysteine,  Guarana (Paullinia Cupana), Pyridoxal 5 Phosphate (P5P) , caffeine extract from green tea (98-99% caffeine), Folic Acid. Vitamin B-12  (as Methylcobalamin), Vitamin B-5 (pantothenic acid)

How to Spot Opioid Addiction in a Friend or Loved One:

With the increase of opiate prescriptions in several states, opioid addiction has become a fast growing problem. Now people have gotten into the habit of asking their doctors for prescription opiates, even if they are not the intended patients for this incredibly addictive pain killer. And they are taking full advantage of this situation.

Your friends and even your family might be suffering from opioid dependence. Opiates were designed for chronic pain management in terminal condition patients. Opiates are an effective way to make sure dying patients are comfortable in their final days.

 Here are some signs that opioid addicts exhibit. Please keep in mind that this is not an all inclusive guide for spotting opioid addictions. Some addicts can hide symptoms from family and friends. If you are unsure, seek professional help.

Drowsiness

The clearest and first sign of opioid dependence is drowsiness, yawning, and nodding off. When a person is under the influence of opioids, there is a good chance that they will have difficulty staying awake because mental abilities and alertness will be reduced. Concentrating on things will become difficult. Most of the people start taking opiates due to pain which then leads to anxiety because they cannot face the reality of dealing without the opioids which are highly addictive.

Decreased Energy

People who opioid dependent find it hard to stay awake because

  • They are very lethargic after taking opioids.
  • Opioid makes pain subside by bonding to opioid receptors in the body blocking pain receptors.
  • Due to increased heart rate, they feel irritated and have elevated anxiety due to opioid withdrawals when the opiates begin to wear off.
  • Sweating, nausea, constipation, pinpoint pupils, confusion, and deep depression.
  • Heart rate and breathing can slow to dangerously low levels. They may even stop breathing all together.

Behavioral Changes

One of the biggest change that you will notice in people suffering from opioid dependence is mood swings. They will be completely dependent on the drugs for their condition. When they will not get the required dose, you will find they become easily irritated and frustrated. They will not pay attention to what is happening around them because all they want is to enjoy the drug they are addicted to.

You will notice sudden mood changes that will cause frequent fights. Apart from that, there will be memory problems due to which they will find it hard to concentrate even on the minor tasks it will leave the individuals frustrated.

Drug Paraphernalia 

In case that you have noticed all the above-mentioned changes in your loved ones there are chances that you will surely find some type of drug paraphernalia near them. Everyone has the right to privacy but if you care about someone you have to check their stuff to assure that they are not doing drugs. Addicts often have pipes, cigarette papers and other things used for consumption of drugs.

Abrupt Lifestyle Changes

There will be some sudden lifestyle changes. They will prefer to stay alone in their rooms. They will have no social life and would prefer to stay away from crowds.

Protect Those You Love

It is important that you protect the people you love and make sure that they get professional help to overcome an addiction to opioid drugs. The opiate withdrawal symptoms are tough to deal with, and this is the reason many of the people using opioids suffer from relapses to this destructive drug. You need to be very careful while you are talking to the one who is addicted to opioids.

There is no easy answer or trick to help someone overcome an opioid addiction. An addiction to opiates that may seem to start slow can accelerate quickly, without the addicted loved one even realizing it. The best way to help someone with an addiction to opiates is to seek professional help from an organization that is trained to handle drug addictions.

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The Cost of the Opioid Crisis:

Source: https://www.usnews.com/news/national-news/articles/2017-06-16/commission-on-combating-drug-addiction-and-opioid-crisis-holds-first-meeting

Over the past few years, the opioid epidemic in America has grown. In 2015 most of the people died because of the opioid overdose. The most common cause of deaths in the individuals under 50 is an opioid overdose. In a recent study, it has been noticed that this cause has been highly underestimated, and this is the reason ratio of death due to opioids have increased to such a high level. Now the governmental agencies and medical institutions are working together to assure that they can help people get rid of the opioid addiction. They are working on different policies to assure that people can work on their opioid withdrawal effectively.

Medical institutions

As the number of individuals suffering from opioid addiction is increasing the medical institutions are worried about the diseases and health problems that come with the addiction. They are working on different treatment plans and cessation methods to assure that they can help people get rid of this addiction. Recently, it has been noticed that medical institutes have paid almost $95 billion on the treatment techniques in order to help the country deal with the opioid crisis. They have developed several cessation methods that have been discussed with the rehabilitation centers. They have tested most of the techniques on different individuals only to assure that addicts will show the positive effects. However, the medical facilities are not enough to make people avoid opioids. They have published several articles to assure that people will know what they are getting themselves into but we all know that most of the individuals do not pay attention to what the research is saying because they will do what they want to. There are several others that do not even read such information.

Policies Introduced By the US Government:

With the increasing death toll due to opioid epidemic now the government agencies are concerned about the drug. They want to assure that people can overcome the addiction  to this drug. In order to make it possible they are working on following policies.

  • They have started to increase the awareness because people will hear to the government as compared to the medical professionals.
  • Most of the agencies have started to work on the laws to assure that utilization of drugs will be illegal in all the states. They are working on the punishments to assure that when the drug addicts will be punished they will not make the same mistakes again
  • Experts understand that people will have to deal with the opioid withdrawal symptoms and this is the reason they find it hard to quit. The government has ordered to give aid to the medical institutions that are working on the cessation methods so that people can effectively quit opioid without suffering from withdrawal symptoms.

$205 billion has been paid by the government for the control of the opioid abuse epidemic. They know that they still have to pay more because most of the people are not ready to leave the drugs.

The American Public's Attitude to Opioid Addiction Needs to Change:

It is important that we change our attitudes. Parents should guide their children to assure that they will not get into the habit of indifference towards this health epidemic. Instead of ignoring the people that are suffering from opioid addiction, we should help them to get the help needed and available so that they can enjoy a healthy lifestyle.

It all starts with this: we need to ensure that we support the governmental agencies and government in spreading the awareness of this crushing epidemic. Once people will understand the dangers of opioid abuse there are chances that the American public will show interest in working against it.

Here's What Our Clients Are Saying:
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Opioid Crisis in the News:
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Opiate Addiction Relief
   
Opiate Addiction Relief Therapy - 30 Day Supply for only $39.95 with free shipping in the US
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • Shipped in plain nondescript packaging
  • Created with the highest quality ingredients
  • No doctor prescription necessary
  • Can be taken even if you're still using without harmful side effects
How Our Products Work:

ElimiNiction program will allow for a smooth and less painful withdrawal. When a person decides to remove an addictive substance from their life, they can expect to experience irritability, diarrhea, nausea, and abdominal cramping, just to name a few. With ElimiNiction's blend of natural herbs, an individual can begin to reclaim their life a little easier.

Take 2 pills twice daily, with a meal for the first 2 weeks, and use the accompanying spray throughout the day to assist the transition. After the second week, you can reduce your dosage to 1 capsule twice daily.