Tag: opioid

What To Do If You’re Abruptly Cut Off Your Opioids, February 17th, 2018 by

Please take care of yourself, your loved one, friend or If this happens to you, reach out to someone for help. The following link will take you to the original article, https://paintreatmentdirectory.com/what-to-do-if-youre-abruptly-cut-off-your-opoids/. The problem It seems there are two kinds of opioid-using chronic pain patients these days: those whose doctors have abruptly cut them off…

Clear reasoning why pain patients are being cut off their Meds., Daily Health News

Here is the clearest reasoning as to why doctors have jumped on the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) “Suggested Guidelines” that was sent out earlier this year.  Original post on Daily Health News, Facebook (9/14/16, pm, PST): Why Pain Patients are being cut off their Meds. “In March, 2016, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)…

Scientists Find New, Non-Addictive Opioid Painkiller Compound

Yesterday NarionL Pain Report posted the following article pertaining to a new Non-Opioid, Non-Addicitive pain killer. National Pain Report Scientists Find New, Non-Addictive Opioid Painkiller Compound Posted on August 29, 2016  By Staff The quest for a non-addictive opioid analgesic that doesn’t cause respiratory problems with increased doses has been a target of scientists for…

How to tackle and advocate for change in the opioid epidemic plaguing the world.

Yesterday (8/30/16) U.S. Pain Foundation posted the following article. With nearly 100 million Americans living with chronic pain, U.S. Pain Foundation understands that every one touched by pain — be those living with it, pain care providers or caregivers — need to be heard. The simple truth is this: people with pain matter, and access…