Opioid Crisis?? Well that didnt take long

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    That is essentially how it works, yes.

    But it most certainly is physically addictive. After long-term exposure to those signal-blockers, your body forgets how to block those signals without the chemical help - and then pain becomes the normal condition of the brain.
     
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    Curiously, Tizanidine has differences when switching from gel cap to tablet. The attached chlorine is standing up there nice and proud, on a mostly planar molecule.
     
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    All I care about it is, it helps my go to sleep at night. :abgg2q.jpg:
     
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    i had a pretty bad case of sciatica....doctors did shit....went to a Chiropractor and it was gone after 3 adjustments....
     
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    Always interested in chronic fluorine/chlorine ingestion.
     
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    My mother is in her 70's now and has had 3 back surgeries, a spinal stimulator implant, countless injections, prolotherapy, accupuncture, etc. She finally got the right mix of meds (avinza & roxycodone), and has been stable for years. Now they are torturing her with the reductions. She's a geriatric with a crumbling spine. It's just cruel.
     
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    As far as I'm concerned at that age with no chance of recovery they should keep em medicated if thats what they want.
     
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    In case it helps anyone: she has 2 tens units that help a lot. They cost about $30 and are worth it.
     
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    Sounds like classic denial to me.
     

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