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LodanSD (38 минут назад)
It sounds like the problem there is someone getting rid of their illegal drugs so they don't get caught with them because they are illegal. How often do you hear about dogs getting ahold of discarded alcohol?
Sydney H (3 часа назад)
My state has definitely cracked down on controlled substance prescriptions. Unfortunately that means for me that I have to suffer without medication for severe PTSD (and other disorders), as nothing helps me except benzodiazepines.
István Sipos (20 часов назад)
"grandma can't do that, grandma cannot that..." and I cannot understand it: why do people talk about themselves in 3rd person singular when talking to children? If you are Bill, and you get sick, you don't call your boss and say "Bill can't go to work."
Green-Diversity.com (1 день назад)
Thousands of Americans are dying regularly through Opioids-sales which that sinister Rudy Guliani and his big Pharma. NRA/ ALEC Republican-mobsters enabled, yet Ohio's religious fanatic NRA_Republic "god's squads" police officers and the whole pathologically corrupt Republican-led U.S Justice systems have ignored for years and still do so, Big pharmacies, the pill-Doctors and all the still ongoing open daylights streets-opioids-dealings. Meanwhile the same trigger-happy NRA-Republican Nazi-state's police officers are joyously mass arresting and shooting dead minorities, so-called "illegal" Mexicans and Liberal feminists for, guess what exactly? For the freaking mere smell of Marijuana/Cannabis in those people' cars, or that their camera-phones ( or their big Black COCKS, maybe?) in their hands look like "GUNS", mind you that is the absurd murder-excuses made in an asinine institutionally genocidal RACIST religious fanatic assholes-run country as the U.S.A. where both things are quasi legal. God-given greatest Democracy U.S.A.? Pah! Bullshit! I say Legally f*ck that kind of your criminally corrupt genocidal racist religious fanatic NRA's Trump Republican-Nazis-run authoritarian U.S.A. In all and in any Courts around Earth, soon Kiddos! Best, A.E. Projectheureka LLC;
who8myfish (1 день назад)
The Opioid Epidemic is not nearly as bad as people make it out to be. Driving your car to work in the morning is more dangerous than using recreational opioids.
Rob Wisdom (2 дня назад)
While many people are upset by this, what I find is that most addictions and infections come from hospitals. It is unfortunate, but maybe we don't need painkillers as often as we think we do...?
subito zx (2 дня назад)
I think it’s weird when people pronounce the N in OxyContin
Crack is Back (2 дня назад)
What are we going to do next start doing open heart on babies without anesthesia yes that happened!!
Crack is Back (2 дня назад)
Journalists only want sensationalism; we, the chronic pain community have quietly existed in the hushed recesses of medicine-nobody is aware that we exist. It is only because of the govt.s myopic point of view-knee jerk reaction to the headlines, which we do not occupy. Pain medicine specialists have typically come from the ranks of anethesiologists, internists, and neurologists-Very higly trained and specialized practices-that unlike heart surgeons or other specialties grab the headlines. When was the last ime you saw a major headline about some breakthrough in anesthesiology???? We are the patients that the medical profession has kept in the dark, because they cannot cure or heal us, mostly remediate our pain. Not very glorious or headline grabbing. We are the few, the undertreated, the ones who are seldom cured---not very sensational. How can you describe to a journalist what living in a state of 7-10on the pain scale is like? WE JUST DON'T GRAB HEADLINES LIKE 20,000 deathes from prescription pain killers over the last____years, monthes, etc.
Matthew Polakoff (4 дня назад)
I had a cancer and a rare infection in my right leg that rotted 70% of my leg, and was in mind boggling pain for a year with no relief... except when i was paralyzed from the waist down for 5 days.... I would take all that pain time 5 rather than have been exposed to oxycontin.... It broke me.... It's 15 years later and I'm still working out the effects..... I hope everyone involved in its development and especially everyone who made money is made to take it..... Fuck you you evil cunts if I lose my way again and my morals.... I would want to find you.....thank Fuck karma got my back John.... Mr Oliver.... You are a God and a genius please never stop what you do..... Funny as fuck, machine gun pace and rapier pointed prose combine with intelligence, insight and cutting logic... and sarcastic anger masterfully, almost beautifully added for effect.... You are a true artist
Kuchi Kopi (5 дней назад)
I recovered from opiate addiction 2 years ago, and let me tell you, it was a battle. These drugs destroyed my life, and I lost EVERYTHING. But I finally have my life back. Treating chronic pain with opiates is a complex issue. On the one hand, not everyone gets full blown addicted, and a lot of people need them to live day to day, so doctors really have to make good judgements. But some people will start to become addicted to them. This is how it works... the pills make the pain go away, but then when you stop taking them the pain comes back WORSE, because your body is trying to tell you that something is wrong.. (that is what pain is for... it is a message from your body). So then you take more pills to get rid of the added pain, PLUS the original pain. Suddenly you're increasing your dosage and taking more than before. You just want to feel good again and be able to function. The longer you take them, the more both your body and your mind tell you that you are in pain when you are not "medicated". And soon, you can't tell what is real pain and what is the withdrawal from the meds. Your brain chemistry begins to change. You will to do ANYTHING and EVERYTHING you have to do to get the pills. It changes your personality, your values, your spirituality. Before you know it, you are a completely different person, someone you don't recognize, and your whole life revolves around getting and using more pain killers. I originally got them for pain (that should have been treated with physical therapy), I should have tried another therapy first, but I didn't know better back then. The drugs felt good, and my doctor told me to take them so I did. Before long, my life was turned upside down. I was stealing from people, lying to doctors, buying drugs from the streets. After 10 years of this, I knew it was not a life I wanted to live anymore, so finally I accepted help. I did 2 months of rehab and then MUCH more therapy after getting out. And soon I began to feel like a normal person again. (Support groups saved my life) Slowly, I've built a good life for myself, which is something I am proud of. And I am a good person again... the person I want to be. We really need to educate everyone on what can happen with these drugs. I think this was a great video and I hope we can continue this conversation about opiate addiction. Thx for reading :)
Sam Downer (6 дней назад)
Well what do you expect from a nation of uneducated imbeciles?
Daniel Malloy (6 дней назад)
BUILD THE WALLLLLL!!!!
wes wells (8 дней назад)
But the tremendous constant pain from my scoliosis is never going to go away. I need pain medication it doesn't mean I'm addicted it means the sensation of constantly breaking bones in my spine is unbearable.
Dimentive (8 дней назад)
God, that one woman’s laugh is so annoying!
Emily McDonald (9 дней назад)
Those money grubbing fuckers at Purdue Pharma should have served time. How many did those lying assholes kill? How many people are currently suffering because they cannot get adequate pain management due to this debacle? Disgusting. Wish he’d talked about Rudy Giulianis role in this hot mess
Luke Skywalker37 (12 дней назад)
My mom is a heroin addict who does Subs which she is prescribed or gabapentin she also is in a relationship with a woman who beat my little bro black and blue don't worry I don't live with her
Dopamine (12 дней назад)
They feel so good it's just like.... Nothing compares... there is little hope for natural happiness once you're addicted.
PrimalPeace (13 дней назад)
Psudoaddiction is actually real, but what they said is bullshit. But an example is I have ADHD and need Adderall. I use it practically like an addict because it improves my life so drastically and helps a lot
Matthew Jacques (13 дней назад)
Is the WHO analgesic ladder not used in the US?
Xan Bell (14 дней назад)
Should have called him Harambe. Also the fact they pushed opioids as pain relief and still denied cannabis is just so illogical to me. I mean if you want to maximize profits but if everyones dead, who are you going to make money off of?
theFizzyGaming (14 дней назад)
Percocet, or as Lil Pump pronounces it, Precocet.
Sephiroth Prime (14 дней назад)
The OxyContin primate is funny because in the 60’s-70’s when blacks were trying to kick heroin addiction the phrase was “get the monkey off my back.” They literally gave people the monkey literally, physically and metaphorically. Big pharma and marketing...gotta love it
Nick D (14 дней назад)
They say it's like a science finding that Kava Kava and Kratom (2 medicinal herbs) are very helpful to undo the effects of withdrawal sickness, as are many herbs in some personalized combo divined thru some learnin'.
tripjet999 (14 дней назад)
Meanwhile, the ILLEGAL TOBACCO DRUG continues to KILL 14,000 addicts and another 1,800 INNOCENT people (who were exposed to TOXIC TOBACCO SMOKE) around the world, EVERY DAY! BAN THE ILLEGAL TOBACCO DRUG, NOW AND PROSECUTE THE CRIMINAL TOBACCO PUSHERS, TOO! http://medicolegal.tripod.com/tobaccomurder.htm
Mikey Unovapix (14 дней назад)
and this is why I'm going to be quite hesitant in taking opioids if they are ever prescribed to me. I know how addictive they are.
ljaproductions07 (14 дней назад)
Troy Martin aka Shane Douglas talked about his experience with oxycontin (especially the negative side effects) on a kayfabe commentaries interview, it's so messed up what it does to your body
Mikayla Stewart (15 дней назад)
All you ex addicts I'm so proud of you! I don't know you but I'm proud. It's not easy. And for all you who are still addicts remember you're still human and you don't need these drugs. You can get clean too and you can get help. Especially if you don't live in the USA
Billy Ma (15 дней назад)
“You probably know someone who did opioids” yeah no but then again I live in a small city near Vancouver
tiara (17 дней назад)
that screaming laughing audience member through out the whole video is so funny
Petra Varela (17 дней назад)
“One, she’s 68. Two... Fuck you, maybe, a little bit.”
Petra Varela (17 дней назад)
As someone who has been on pain medication for years and got put on opioids for a combination of back pain and a broken shoulder, I was a little worried when I realized I could have my mom request extra prescription by having her tell a doctor I was still in a lot of pain whether or not I was. I’m very grateful for John Oliver covering such a difficult subject that so many people are too nervous to mention.
Jack London (17 дней назад)
Legalize is all and the problems go away and we save a ton of money (no more prison nation and war on drugs wasting tons of cash) and lives (pure heroin cut with nothing and administered in clinics, like they do in Switzerland, cut abuse and drug deaths to almost zero) .
perfectlybroken (17 дней назад)
I like how majority of these comments are complaining about the pain and saying how they are assumed to be drug addicts. Listen guys yes you need something to relieve chronic pain because yes it does lead to miserable lives HOWEVER you need to understand that many doctors need to have their licenses provoked for malpractice. Opioids are highly addictive and in fact so is a lot of medication. You guys need to understand that most of the doctors that say no prbly isn’t because they few you as drug addicts but rather because people react differently to them. You may not see it but your body becomes chemically dependent on these medications after awhile. Even if you don’t go and abuse your prescriptions you can still be addicted to them. And some people have higher addictive tendencies and others. And John Oliver is right here, we can’t just stop prescribing but we can’t just give it to everyone. So where is the solution? This isn’t a quick fix guys. It will take time. First we need to regulate the pharmaceutical industries. There’s no reason why medication should a) be so readily prescribed and b) why the cost should be so high. This is about money. Always has been. And you guys who are a) getting addicted and b) not receiving vital pain medication are all symptoms of this problem. As far as the lobbying let’s be clear. They’re not out to better you they’re out to profit so yeah of course they’re gonna put on a “moral cause” argument. Because it’s a PR thing. You guys need to stop getting up in arms at people who actually wish to solve the problem.
jamie cleary (17 дней назад)
1:41 never mind finding needles. I’m worried about this guy finding everything ?
Becki Brooks (18 дней назад)
"ridiculous" problem --- this guy is clueless to call it ridiculous (not John - but someone in a clip run.
Terri Mc (19 дней назад)
Funny or not get your facts straight, the opioid problem has not been caused by chronic pain patients who take their prescriptions responsibly. Politicians and fanatics are forcing people off of pain medications and the suicide rate is skyrocketing because people can not live with debilitating pain!!
Matt Ziegler (21 день назад)
Wow, John Oliver, really held the profit hungry Pharmaceutical Companies to task, for causing the Opiod Crisis. The company, responsible for inventing, manufacturing and marketing Oxycontin, is not publicly traded. It is owned by the (((Sackler))) family and is maintained as a private family business. I really love how John Oliver had the courage to include these facts in his report.... Oh wait, he didn't. He just repeatedly blamed Purdue and then tried to change the subject to Hillary's Period. He failed to mention that the (((Sackler Family))) paid large grants to Purdue University, in order to promote the efficacy of powerful synthetic opiods.
ASRANILO (21 день назад)
hahahahhaha
Ana Amore (22 дня назад)
With the kind of amazing things we're doing and discovering, how have they not created a pain med as strong as heroine without it being addictive? The fact that it's addictive makes life hard for everyone.
MikaelS. (22 дня назад)
Do a video on the annoyance of that ladys laugther
Tzvi Krasner (23 дня назад)
Not to worry! Jefferson Beauregard Sessions is going to solve everything...by increasing sentences for marijuana.
Barlow Balor (23 дня назад)
He got one thing right you can’t trust claims in media.
Barlow Balor (23 дня назад)
Strange I thought the leftist didn’t make fun of peoples problems
:D XD (26 дней назад)
an1 else watching this high on opioids 😂😂👌
steve b (28 дней назад)
Hey John, HOW is it that BABIES feel pain, but the UNBORN do NOT??? We should ALL be able to KILL our mistakes. Like 24-year old DRUG ADDICTS!!!!!!! Just a 73rd trimester abortion.
steve b (28 дней назад)
TOUGH SHIT DRUG-OIDS!!! YOU made your OWN bed. DIE in it!!!!
Preepster (30 дней назад)
I might know the uhhu lady from 14 20
Holly Mathews (30 дней назад)
(Browses through comment section) It's awfully convenient isn't it? To blame addicts for being why us chronic pain sufferers are disallowed pain medication. It's not like John Oliver boasts a hefty viewing audience of over a million and could decide to be intellectually more honest here and present both sides of this issue. Addicts aren't lying to people on late night tv shows. Addicts aren't refusing to prescribe their patients pain medications for fear they'll be locked up. Addicts aren't creating a heroin epidemic by refusing to treat chronic pain patients so they flood an illegal marketplace and find that heroin is the only thing which they can afford. It's easy to scapegoat some tiny minority with no real power then it is to stand up to giants like this..those with real power who are shoving our friends and loved ones off cliffs without a thought because taking their own lives is the only thing left for them. Oh well silly me. John Oliver did consider us in the last 2 minutes of his show. I feel better already.
Dartymissile (30 дней назад)
Who the fuck is laughing like a dying whale
Robert McConnell (1 месяц назад)
I smoke for pain. Does it really take it away, kind of. Does it reduce it and help my mind not to focus on it, yes. Yet still illegal because it's such a horrible thing.
Gentle Breadcat, Esquire (1 месяц назад)
recovering prescription painkiller addict here, this is hilarious and accurate. btw the naloxone spray, naloxone is an opioid blocker so it stops the receptors from accepting the drug, thats what it does. i take suboxone and it has naloxone in it so you don't go and get high while on sub treatment
TheShowThatSUX (1 месяц назад)
THIS IS BEYOND IRRESPONSIBLE, FACT CHECK 70% start with "prescription drugs", <1% start with a prescription prescribed to them..... almost 100% of that start with "prescription drugs" is addicts stealing the drugs or obtaining them illegally. That fact is BEYOND RELEVANT given that the way he presented it feeds to propaganda that assumes punishing chronic pain sufferers will curb heroin.
Your nalgas are Mine (1 месяц назад)
Pushing the war on drugs on us again. Smh.
Iris white (1 месяц назад)
There is one women's laugh that is creeping me out...
Random player The king of steves (1 месяц назад)
Can I have a narcotic made from rotten meat and narco berries, and now thinking about that, I’ll save that for knocking out animals that are attacking me. 😂 at least I don’t have a problem with it.
Michael Burton (1 месяц назад)
For anyone that ISN'T in severe PAIN you have been BLESSED! For those of us that are, we are DOOMED because of all of the misinformation provided by these so-called experts & the CDC! My pain mgmt doc I've been seeing for over 15 years is caught because of these inaccurate & biased reports against those of us that are in chronic pain every day of our lives! Myself it has been over nearly 16 years! Can anyone who is compassionate really even try to understand constant pain everyday, yes everyday, for this long! There are some of us who really, really need these opiates to have anything even close to a quality of life! WAKE UP AMERICA, PLEASE!
Dradeeus (1 месяц назад)
I took Oxycontin and heard a demon voice and saw shadows moving. It was like the real life fucking Conjuring. Never taking that again. XD
carl cruiskeen (1 месяц назад)
RESEARCH: KRATOM, IBOGA, PSILOCIN
mario kart (1 месяц назад)
*link to kurzgesagt's addiction video here* (i'm too lazy to find and post a link here :l )
Renee O'Shea (1 месяц назад)
We need to talk about how heroin is getting into the country. Our gov't is allowing it into our country to push an agenda, and ppl are falling for this attack on pain medications, and pain patients (another classic division of a large segment of our population).
SidTheJerk420 (1 месяц назад)
Baton Rouge has a huge opioid problem, but the cops and the Drs don't care! They just push it more and more! People are getting killer H from Texas. Texas H has killed 4 people i knew. I have had to cut out so many people from my life because of pills and shooting up!
SidTheJerk420 (1 месяц назад)
And yet not one death from pot ever. People get a Rx from the Dr for pills daily but I got to jail for a joint!
James Oden (1 месяц назад)
I have definitely been not prescribed pain killers when I needed them because I'm a long haired yeti. Apparently people with long hair are expected to abuse drugs. But all other times I walked away glad for their effective use.
Donna Campbell (1 месяц назад)
Further proof that greedy money hounds would do Anything and hurt Anybody to make more money.
Gary Wilson (1 месяц назад)
I was addicted to OxyContin IR, but found heroin much cheaper. I’m now clean and on maintenance. I hope others manage to get over this evil thing.
Swaggmire215 (1 месяц назад)
Now all of a sudden its a crisis???no one cared when crack hit the hoods but now heroin needd to be dealt with???yea ok 😒
jaxk snow (26 дней назад)
Swaggmire215 wtf u on about?
John Layfield (1 месяц назад)
No further regulations are needed for painkillers. They just have switched to heroin; which is better? Pure pharma grade, tightly controlled and manufactured pills or random street heroin? I think that sort of settles it.
Blythe Haynes (1 месяц назад)
As a chronic pain suffer. I have never tried any illegal drugs or or substance. I need these drugs to get out of the bed and function, work and have a almost normal life. Unfortunately the large problem is that so many people are using these drugs to get high, and used by people who have never had a headache. Please stop punishing valad use of these drugs for the few people who can't function without them. I have never snorted, injected or used these drugs other than the way they are intended. I have seriously considered suicide if I have to live in constant pain 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year. If you also look at the deaths due to opioids they are taken with grapefruit juice (this is a big problem as the combination can cause any unabsorbed chemicals to be instantly released causing overdose. Also, if these drugs are taken with benzodiazepine, this dramatically increases the possibility of respiratory distress. But taken are directed and within reason these drugs are beneficial and give many people their lives back where there is able to become productive members of society again. By the way I suffer from degenerative disc disease, peripheral neuralgia and has had numerous back and neck surgeries. Please stop the prohibition of pain relief for people that are in chronic pain.
zhader (1 месяц назад)
Dear John Oliver, you do not understand addiction.
Rob Murdock (1 месяц назад)
Easy, just stop making it, like Trump and the GOP stopped Obamacare. It was not quick, not easy or cheap but fuck your feelings...its Trump time!
Expert Excavating (1 месяц назад)
I was given Tylenol after a kidney transplant because doctors in Ohio are so scared to write scripts. It's insane, how do people who NEED pain meds can't get them but a bored teen can?
Holo Teh Wize wulf (1 месяц назад)
Drugs aren’t the problem. People work harder and longer, they are expected to be okay with being in crippling debt and working 70 hours a week. If your situation feels hopeless and you don’t want to kill yourself then you can see why people choose to escape rather than rise above such an abysmal existence.
Lost in Sauce (1 месяц назад)
I wish I was dead
Lisa Rosati (1 месяц назад)
My ex ran the science dept at a community college while taking 10-12 oxycontin a day - for about 15 years. He would act weird sometimes, but it was still amazing how long he kept his shit in one bucket. However... he lied constantly, cheated on me and stole a 14” telescope from the college. Eventually Bruce got so strung out he lost his division chair job. He is supposedly clean now. Lets see how long it lasts...
Joe Cannabyte (1 месяц назад)
KRATOM, SUBOXONE/SUBUTEXT, METHADONE, LOWERING YOUR DOSAGES /W KRATOM OR SUBOXONE: I went 19 days methadone (And any synthetic or natural opiate-free), the longest I've ever gone with the help of Bali Red Vein Kratom (main) and White Leaf Maeng Da (For energy), both activate the Delta and MU opiod receptors in a way similar to suboxone, though dosage greatly varies, it wears off much quicker, is fairly expensive to use to stay clean ($500 ish for hte 20 days is what I needed but I didn't know exactly what to buy, where to go, best brands, etc, still really dont though I have some idea) I cannot recommend it enough, you can use it with your opiods to lower the dosages as well, the Maeng Da will help stimulate you so you aren't so nod-y if you are on heavier stuff. Again, they activate opiod receptors so if you are already addicted, this won't make you more addicted or exclusively addicted to kratom, and can be far easier to take to get off shit, wean down than say, methadone, or even suboxone You can also take it on suboxone to assist. (as it hits the same receptors and produces similar alkaloids) Suboxone is alos like a freakin' miracle drug, longer lasting, very little is required usually, especially if detoxing is your goal.
Link Hidalgogato (1 месяц назад)
vicodin was hauses shit
Lyme Lyfe (1 месяц назад)
There is a HUGE difference between addiction and chemical dependency. Stop grouping chronic pain patients in with drug addicts!!!
B Carr0 (1 месяц назад)
thumbs up but mostly up your own. you to rich to understand bone grinding shift work for 20 years and can not have comfort due to drug test. run a forklift ass hat
Christopher Powers (1 месяц назад)
U can tell Sir Oliver loves giving Analingis
Christopher Powers (1 месяц назад)
Hell yeah heroin business is booming that's what happens when you get people addicted to pain pills and then you deny them access at the pharmacy or the doctor's office. This was bound to happen it all makes sense
Kevin Ashley (1 месяц назад)
When I was in the Army, I had 3 ruptured discs in my lumbar. For 2 years my pharmaceutical list was: Percocets, Vicodin, Valium, Hydrocodone, Fentanyl patches, Oxycontin, oh and morphine and methadone. I took all of that EVERY SINGLE DAY. Needless to say I dont remember much about those two years. My wife said I was mean spiteful and a completely different person and were on the verge of divorce. Verge might not be the right word. I was getting medically chaptered and we had both agreed separate as soon as we got back to our home state. I remember one day, about 6 months before I left the army, my daughter came home from school and I asked her to sit next to me and tell me about her day. She wouldn't come near me. I said to myself that I had to fix it. I talked to my Sgt and a couple of friends and for 2 weeks, I didn't take anything. It was brutal. I wanted to kill myself and claw my skin off my body. But I stuck it out. After I was clean enough to function, I told the army doctor that she better not prescribe that crap again. She then proceeded to flip out and tell me that people coming off that stuff have died from the withdrawal. I told her i understood why. But I wasn't about to have drug rehab on my record. I consider myself a strong person but even I was taken to limits I can't even describe. I hope that Drs and pharmaceutical companies take a long look at what they are doing and ask themselves, "Would I give this or do this to my family?"
nathan mckenzie (1 месяц назад)
My brother broke his foot and was prescribed opioids. MY MOM, good Christian southern woman, threw them away and told him to get weed instead.
a (1 месяц назад)
how about some personal accontability
S Mode (1 месяц назад)
As someone who needed pain relief for an injury, long term, who then became addicted to those pain meds...my life was saved by a simple herb in the coffee family. Kratom, aka Mitragyna speciosa. It made withdrawal a cake walk, relieved all symptoms, and it turned out to relieve more of my pain than oxycontin did. Also fixed my life controlling IBS, my depression and anxiety. It allows me to have a life and be a Mom. Of course, it is natural and cannot be patented by big pharmacy so they have begun a smear campaign in the public, false claims of deaths etc to scare people, and lobbying the government to try and outlaw it. Now we have to fight to keep it legal so that people like me are not forced back into addiction just to be able to function. Kratom allowed me to not only go back to work after 15 years, but to open my own business that will soon employ others in the telecommunications industry. They want to take it all away just to protect the profits of these giant companies. How much do I have to pay a politician for one of them to care about me and my family?
Ellen Bannon (1 месяц назад)
Jesus. Someone ge this guy off the air
Haurqermer swartz (1 месяц назад)
Throwing out the baby with the bathwater! Stay away from the pot needle for God sake!
D. Hunter (1 месяц назад)
I was on quite a few painkillers after a motorcycle accident. That said, I rationed them out, and due to the fact I still had to work, I managed to get through most of my days by gobbling aspirin during the day and using the stronger stuff at night. I can say that the awareness of it's addictive properties is important. I mean, I didn't want to get addicted to that shit, but the pain was making me irritable and constantly tired. I got better once my wounds healed up, and I don't even take aspirin but a few times a year these days... but I can see where it could easily happen. I mean, being able to not be in pain and functioning normally for even just a little while is like a cold glass of water in the desert. I'm glad I don't have anything chronic, and I gained a helluva lot of empathy for people who ended up addicted...
Saniah Safdar (1 месяц назад)
i know this is a serious topic, but does anyone else here the obnoxious lady laughing every punchline lol
romans8910 (1 месяц назад)
There are millions of us with the same type of story. One of my pain coming from cluster migraines and chronic kidney stones.and this condition is one of painful in the world, and migraines very different from other migraines. Now I can go on but I hope I found a little help to give us a very tinny voice and we need a voice. Our medical conditions are***disability***in fact I was awarded a social security disability because of my cluster migraines. because of that disability we are denied access to any kind of medical treatment and live in a condition a family would never allow this happened to their family Pet. We were forced into withdrawal and live in 24/7 torture and denied help from urgent care and hospitals. This is definition of-discrimination and we lost our rights guaranteed in our constitution. Every word that comes from our government trump, sessions and fbi is a lie. Scripts are not the cause and the truth is in articles like this one. If only the government and some media stopped reporting the same information over and over and did the research they would come to the same conclusion. This article should be sent to anyone you think of. I live in a dark room my hubby created, the drapes taped to the wall because Light is one of my worst trigger and I’ve been there for the last year +. I have not seen may daughter and grand kids for close to a year and I would love that before this kills me one way or another.
DragonLordLeda Productions (1 месяц назад)
Anyone watching this cause of all the Opioid commercials?
Marlin The Weird Girl (1 месяц назад)
I like harrald
Dave Stambaugh (1 месяц назад)
That dog in the ad is a female dog squatting to pee. Both male and female dogs use the same posture to go number two. But the dog in the add is going pee.
Amy Maher (1 месяц назад)
As a pain specialist, I recommend asking your doctors to send you to an interdisciplinary pain program, or use those similar techniques of physical therapy and movement, stress management, coping skills, breathing, nutrition, etc. . Whether or not opiates are part of your treatment plan, they are not meant to be your only treatment, and must be used in the context of interdisciplinary care. Opiates may decrease some sensations of pain but always at a cost to the brain, such as your mood, your ability to move, your desire to socialize, your ability to cope with stress, etc. Just be aware and so that you can be empowered to live well with your pain.
Tara Clifford (1 месяц назад)
You have misunderstood pseudoaddiction. I have been living with chronic pain since childhood and am not in my early 30's. I am happy to talk to someone about what pseudoaddiction really is and to provide a range of peer reviewed journal articles, and to explain the nuanced medical and psychological issues involved. Opiates can be addictive. Opiates are NOT an appropriate 1st, 2nd or even 5th choice for pain management. No drug is a complete management plan. The issue here is that you have dismissed and mocked a very real part of pain disorders, and it is so freaking hard to get help as it is.
James Edwards III (1 месяц назад)
Im sorry Guy, you are hillarious, but in this one instance you are wrong. I have experienced "Pseudo Addiction" firsthand while seeking relief from chronic pain resulting from my crippling back injury. The doctors thought i was just an addict. It took some effort to set the record straight.
Tristram Benedict Calleja (1 месяц назад)
Dunkin Donuts Coffee > Starbucks
hiilikeair (1 месяц назад)
ok
troyty007 (1 месяц назад)
Is it just me or have there been a common theme of all this horrifying action are by big companies?
Geoffrey Donaldson (1 месяц назад)
Most junkies get hooked on heroin (or now illegally-made fentanyl) by using illicit street opioids. This 75% theory is anecdotal bullshit from dopers who have plenty of motivation to lie about how they got wired. That’s why anecdote is not admissible evidence in court. Of course many junkies try—and often succeed—in augmenting their addiction to illicit street drugs by getting opioid prescriptions. But there is no conclusive proof that most junkies got hooked first on prescriptions. It’s real “fake news.”

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