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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
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