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Re: Brain's Opioid System Linked to Depression/Anxiety

Posted by rjlockhart37 on July 1, 2020, at 0:20:11

In reply to Re: Brain's Opioid System Linked to Depression/Anxiety, posted by rjlockhart37 on June 30, 2020, at 1:47:17

i've taken hydrocodone for pain, yes it is pleasant, but then when you stop it, you lose that opiate feeling. It's a content feeling, like the opiate pain reliever system, it relives psychial and emotional pain. Emotional trauma, and PTSD defintly would benefit from them, but that is totally not a treatment, there would be a surplus of addiction cases.

methadone, It's not a opiate, like oxycodone. It's diffrent, it doenst give that high opiate feeling, but it still is a full agonist of opiate receptors. Herion users on the street, have to go to methdadone clinicss to replace it. They each show up every morning to the clinic to take their methadone. But methadone itself is addicting, its just a replacement for heavier opiates. It's usaslly a replacement for very hard core, heron users. I've thought about taking it, just see how it work, but that would cause addiction everyday.

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