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Opiate Withdrawal Fear Could Be Major Cause for Overdose Deaths; Pure Health Group Inc(TM) Provides New Rapid Response Release Technology Detox Solution to Prevent Deaths
Date:5/16/2013

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) May 16, 2013

Opiate withdrawal is no picnic: anxiety, depression, nausea, vomiting, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, spiking fevers and general pain are just some of the acute symptoms one experiences during withdrawal from an addictive substance such as Oxycontin, Vicodin, Percocet or Suboxone™. When a person hears about these potential side effects; often they stop dead in their tracks if they were thinking about getting clean, and pop another pill. And, as of the last decade, accidental overdose and death are more often than not resulting from this sad choice.

The problem: people would rather stay addicted to their drug than experience withdrawal side effects because they don't know help is out there to aid them in getting through this process with less pain. Many times these people are in smaller cities or towns and don't have the resources to obtain help; they likely don't have a physician with whom they can consult or confide in about their addiction and a result, they continue on their downward spiral, destroying their body, losing jobs and loved ones and ultimately, prefer death over life.

Pure Health Group Inc.™(PHG), a company dedicated to helping those afflicted with opiate and prescription painkiller addiction reveals their new rapid response release technology in their at-home dual purpose detoxification system, which helps those wanting to be dependent-free get clean. Their breakthrough system is a 60 day program which is getting more attention nationwide due to its specific, beneficial properties for aiding in withdrawal and recovery.

Their all-natural line of detoxification products, the Withdrawal Relief Complex© System is a powerful line of nutraceuticals, due to the rapid response release technology, and is dual purposed. First, it greatly alleviates and reduces withdrawal symptoms for a person going through the initial stages of withdrawal, or Post-Acute Withdrawal Symptoms, commonly referred to as PAWS. Second, their system comes with a unique recovery and repair product, the Craving Control Relapse Relief© Complex, developed specifically to balance the chemicals in the brain of a person who has been dependent on a substance for a long period of time. This product spent three years in research in development, and is the world's only all natural product to help reduce cravings for drugs while simultaneously repairing damaged receptors in the brain due to opiate overuse. Because of the rapid response release technology that has been developed in all the products, it allow for alleviation of symptoms within minutes of ingestion and lightning fast responses with the brain receptors.

John Vox, CEO of PHG, wants to help the small town people afflicted with opiate addiction stating: "We know that it can be tough to find help in a little town. Say you live in rural town and don't get to any major city often. Maybe you got into a car accident, had a bad injury and needed some painkillers at first to help recover. You're better now, but you got addicted to the painkiller. What's next? The psychological dependency on this drug is overwhelmingly powerful, not to mention the physical dependency itself. While you have recovered from your injury, your body and brain is now hooked on the drug your doctor gave you. You feel stuck and helpless. That's where we come in."

Vox maintains that his company and products will greatly aid society in getting the death statistics down because the likelihood of an overdose is obviously reduced when people get clean. "It's a no-brainer here. We help people get off these pills, they don't overdose by accident. We are not trying to accomplish curing cancer here; just trying to prevent unneccessary deaths from opiate and pain pill overdoses. This is our passion and we feel it's a giant cause people need to know about now."

Vox urges those dependent on opiates or painkillers to get clean before it's too late, before an accidental overdose happens and a coffin goes in the ground with their name on it. "We hate hearing about all the overdose deaths occurring around the US. Even sadder, society is seeing newborns addicted to opiates because their mothers are addicts, and these infants are so innocent but in just as much pain if not more than an adult because they have no way of voicing their suffering. Moms: if not for yourself, get clean for these little infant babies."

In 2012, Knoxville, Tennessee reported having some of the highest numbers of infants being born addicted to opiates or prescription painkillers in the United States. This is a sad statistic.

Pure Health Group Inc™., a Denver based company, was founded in 2008 with the sole purpose of getting people off opiates once and for all. Vox: "The sooner we tell loved ones how we feel about their addiction and that there is hope to end their plight, the sooner we prevent overdose deaths and end this painkiller epidemic."

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/opiate-withdrawal/05162013/prweb10742521.htm.


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