Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 19, 2011
Prescription painkiller abuse has become America’s fastest-growing and most pervasive drug problem, according to results from the 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), with millions of people now suffering from opiate addiction. But unlike cocaine, heroin and other addictions, the vast majority of these people did not start taking their drug by choice.
George Catlin of Austin, Texas, who went through what he calls the “depression, anxiety, mood swings and craving” of opiate withdrawal has now developed a safe, affordable opiate detox system, Withdrawal-Ease, for those who seriously want to quit their reliance on painkillers.
Catlin, who took painkillers consistently for years due to Crohn’s Disease and surgery on his spine, was shocked when he finally realized he was hooked. After he eventually was able to detox using natural supplements, he realized that there was a glaring need for a simple, effective detox product for those who were physically dependent on painkillers like Hydrocodone, Suboxone, Oxycodone, Vicodin, Percocet and Oxycontin.
Catlin is founder and CEO of Withdrawal-Ease, the only nutritional supplement specifically formulated for opiate detox and withdrawal. Withdrawal-Ease, which is available for purchase online at http://www.Withdrawal-Ease.com is now helping thousands of opiate sufferers each month.
The company’s website provides extensive education on opiate withdrawal and detox as well as the Withdrawal-Ease Opiate Withdrawal Natural Supplement System. The $89 system includes one month’s supply of a Day Time Formulation and a Night Time Formulation containing amino acids, vitamins, minerals and herbs designed to help reduce the severity of common opiate withdrawal symptoms. The system also comes with a 65 page Opiate Withdrawal Survival Guide which includes chapters on tapering, common symptoms of opiate withdrawal and even a 5-day, step by step calendar for the acute phase of opiate detox.
“After seeing the results from the people who have used the Withdrawal Ease System and researching the active ingredients", says Dr. Brian Earthman, a Psychiatrist, Addictionologist and Clinical Director for a drug and alcohol treatment center in Austin, Texas, “I now recommend the Withdrawal-Ease System to patients for help in combating the physical and mental symptoms of withdrawal from opiates.”
Catlin sees a very real difference between opiate dependents and most other drug abusers. “Most of our customers are hard working, law-abiding people who had shoulder surgery or some type of traumatic accident and got sucked into painkillers. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that they need a 90-day inpatient treatment that costs tens of thousands of dollars. The vast majority of our customers are absolutely desperate to get off of their pain meds, but they are extremely afraid of the sickness and withdrawal. Withdrawal-Ease helps them take that first step and conduct their opiate detox based on clinical best practices, tapering and nutritional supplementation.”
Catlin concedes that Withdrawal-Ease is not a panacea “but using our methodology and product is far better than going cold-turkey and it is achieving results without the time and expense of long-term drug treatment programs. The feedback from our customers has been overwhelmingly positive.”
The Withdrawal-Ease Opiate Withdrawal Natural Supplement System® is the culmination of many years working with professionals in both the addiction and nutritional supplement industries. When used along with The Opiate Withdrawal Survival Guide and other content on the website, the Withdrawal-Ease Opiate Withdrawal Natural Supplement System® is a more comfortable and affordable way to detox for those who are physically dependent on painkillers like Hydrocodone, Suboxone, Oxycodone, Vicodin, Percocet and Oxycontin. Withdrawal-Ease is a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business.
Withdrawal-Ease is an exhibitor at the 2011 National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD) which combines the power of NAADAC, NAATP, INCASE and NALGAP with the audience of Addiction Professional and Behavioral Healthcare magazines. Stop by the Withdrawal-Ease NCAD 2011 booth (#616) and talk to Founder and CEO George Catlin from September 17 - 21.
To learn more about Withdrawal-Ease, call (888) 732-6684 or visit the website at http://www.withdrawal-ease.com
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