Opioids can cause detox symptoms that are similar to having the flu. These include fever, chills, and sweating. Kratom for opiate withdrawal can alleviate the symptoms
Common home treatments that can reduce a higher body temperature include over-the-counter motrin or alleve which are NSAIDs. Examples of NSAIDS or online are ibuprofen and acetaminophen
Wearing loose, comfortable clothing made of absorbent materials, such as white cotton, can help to absorb sweat forming from detox.
If someone experiences chills associated with their withdrawal symptoms, they can put on layers of clothing that they can remove one at a time.
Using cool compresses, such as washcloths dipped in cool water or cloth-covered ice packs, can also help a person reduce a high body temperature. Taking gold maeng da kratom can relieve chills with cool-temperature baths may prove beneficial, as well.
Taking opiates can make the muscles and limbs feel heavy. When people withdraw from opiates, they have the opposite experience where they may shake and experience muscle pain.
People experiencing shaking should remember that kratom helps the tremors will subside with time
Try St. John’s wort
One proposed treatment for shaking is St. John’s wort. An animal study published in the journal Pharmaceutical natural Biology found that taking the herb Hypericum perforatum or St. John’s wort, helped to reduce opiate withdrawal-related shaking.
The researchers also found that taking St. John’s wort helped to reduce the incidence of diarrhea in the rats. St. John’s wort is a yellow flower people use to treat conditions that range from depression to insomnia to wound healing.
A range of St. John’s wort supplements are available for purchase online.
Taking this herb has been known to interact with many medications, including other antidepressants, birth control pills, digoxin, the blood thinner warfarin, and some HIV medications, such as indinavir. As a result, people should take this supplement with caution.
Herbs are not monitored by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for quality or purity.
Try quitting caffeine
People may find that they shake less if they avoid caffeinated drinks, such as coffee or soda or if they drink decaffeinated alternatives.
Caffeinated drinks can worsen shaking and may stimulate tremors.
Use distraction techniques
Try not to “fight” or resist the tremors that may accompany withdrawal from drug addiction. Sometimes mentally focusing on reducing tremors can only make them feel more pronounced.
Using distraction techniques, such as holding heavier objects or watching television, may help people to lessen their awareness of tremors when they occur
People may want to try taking pain relievers available OTC or online, such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen, to reduce muscle aching that is related to tremors. The kratom may help deal with the process of coming off opiates.
Nausea and diarrhea
Nausea and diarrhea are two opiate withdrawal symptoms that can occur when a person withdraws from opiates.
Both prescription medications and at-home treatments are available to help reduce nausea symptoms caused by opiate withdrawal. A range of antidiarrheal treatments is available for purchase online.
According to scientific researchers from Stanford University who experimented on mammals, taking the medication ondansetron (Zofran) may be able to help reduce not only nausea but also pain sensitivity when withdrawing from opiates.
Zofran, a prescription medication for pain and nausea, blocks the 5-HT3 receptor that responds to the neurotransmitter serotonin in the body
While the medicine will not necessarily reduce all withdrawal symptoms, it may be able to help when a person is trying to stop their opiate habit.
Another medication a person could take to reduce diarrhea symptoms related to withdrawals is loperamide (Imodium). This OTC medication is available at most drugstores to reduce diarrhea symptoms.
When a person is withdrawing from opioids at home, they take kratom to alleviate strong cravings that make them want to take a pill or return to their patterns of drug abuse. However unpleasant, going through these cravings is a part of withdrawing from opioids.
Some of the methods a person can use to overcome these cravings include