Is There A Diet That Helps With Withdrawl From Norco?

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My husband has been decreasing his dose of Norco for the past three weeks. He now has almost 1 1/2 days clean. He is tempted to go refill his prescription because he is so uncomfortable now - Is there foods that will help support his detox process. How long do you think the withdrawal symptoms will last? Thanks so much for the support!



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Gene Says:

Is it a sin to take vicodin since it is made fun of if you need them even? People think you're an addict even when you can't stand your pain.

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There is really no diet that is guaranteed to help, it's best just to make sure that he is getting proper nutrition by having a healthy diet, and staying hydrated, since withdrawal from Norco can sometimes cause Dehydration. Other withdrawal effects may include headache, rebound pain, nervousness, and insomnia.

As to how long they will last, it can vary depending on how much hew as taking, and how long he was taking it. When I was one heavy doses of opiates for pain management, I found that it took about a month to feel normal, again, though the effects did tend to taper off in severity as time passed.

Gene, I don't recall anything being mentioned in the Bible about something being a sin, just because some people make a mockery of it, or make false accusations about it. There are some religious sects that don't believe in seeking any type of medical intervention, so it may be wrong in their eyes, if you are involved with one of them. But as to something being a sin, because people make fun of it, remember, people also mock religious beliefs, those aren't sinful.

Is there anything I can help with?

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