Great job on day 4, yes the anxiety will lesson with time. I'm on day 10 and still get it in waves, but it becomes easier to manage. I have read from people with longer clean time on this forum, for some it comes and goes over a few months, and some it only last a few days. I know more people will be able to give you better advice, just wanted to let you know I'm rooting for you. You are doing awesome.
You are soooo sweet to always comment and help me. Believe it or not I did this over a year ago but can't really recall what happened. I'm getting bursts of energy and I love that. I'm not worried about staying clean. But I'm more worried I'll have extreme anxiety and no energy.
You need to find your strength to keep you from not using, to not go back. What drives you too be clean?. Believe in yourself you got this.
My fiancé, my family, MYSELF. I make really awful decisions under the influence. I have almost the most ideal life right now. I'm 27, getting ready to marry a doctor. We have no kids, and plan to move to London and travel once we marry. Things are nearly perfect minus this issue with pills.
There you go, you have found your inspiration to draw strength from. Now hold on to that and don't let it go. Believe in your heart and soul that you will never give up.
Thank you so much. I have hope. Let me tell you. A very short period of time being on tramadol, like 3 weeks was WAY WORSE than my detox of 2 years of 10 vicodin a day. This has literally been hell.
I know how you feel, my doctor had me on 20mlg oxycodone with 10 tramadol a day. I was only taking the tramadol the last month before I quit. It is no fun. But we got this. Find the positive in everything.
Thank you. I have a lot of faith I'll be just fine. I have a wonderful support system snd my doctor knows no more. I never bought them off the streets, wouldn't even know how lol! So I'm grateful I don't have that poking at me.