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Prescription Pankiller Overdose Deaths are on the Rise: Pure Health Group Inc.™ Provides At Home Detox Solutions to Help Prevent Deaths and Get Addiction Stats Down

March 28, 2013

Prescription Painkiller overdose has taken over our country according to a February 8th CBS Evening News Report with Scott Pelley; millions of individuals are afflicted with an addiction to prescription painkillers. Overdose from pain pills is a leading cause of death in the US; Pure Health Group Inc. comments and offers an at home detox system to help get people off painkillers once and for all.

DENVER, COLORADO (PRWEB) March 28, 2013

Prescription Painkiller overdose has taken over our country according to a February 8th CBS Evening News Report with Scott Pelley; millions of individuals are afflicted with an addiction to prescription painkillers. Overdose from pain pills is a leading cause of death in the US. Pure Health Group Inc. comments and offers an at home detox system to help get people off painkillers once and for all.

An alarming epidemic is on our country’s horizon: overdose deaths from prescription painkillers. Every 19 minutes a person dies from a prescription painkiller overdose. According to the CDC, 100 people a day are dying from overdose, a rate that has more than tripled in numbers since 1990. The CDC also states that today, millions of people in the United States are currently addicted to opiates or prescription pain pills, and that “more than 12 million people reported using prescription painkillers nonmedically in 2010, that is, using them without a prescription or for the feeling they cause”. http://www.cdc.gov/homeandrecreationalsafety/rxbrief/index.html. For Many, when they cannot stop taking “whatever” pill, continue on their seemingly eternal abuse track. Sadly, it is suspected more people overdose on prescription pain pills than all drunk driving, illegal or legal drug related deaths combined.

It’s a constant, 24 hour battle for people afflicted with addiction. They face many challenges from losing their job to losing their loved ones. Withdrawal symptoms ARE PAINFUL. Feelings of hopelessness often cause them to revert back to their addiction. Some spend years in this vicious cycle. The sad fact of pain pill overdose and death is becoming apparent in our society. Most addicts greatly fear withdrawal side effects and don’t know how to get out of the cycle. Many times, this is why eventual overdoses happen.

Pure Health Group Inc. (PHG), a science based nutraceutical company founded in 2008, is committed to ending prescription painkiller overdoses.The company helps those addicted to opiates become free of addiction with their at home detoxification system. They claim their all-natural ground breaking products can help prevent overdoses and deaths, additionally reducing the painful effects of withdrawal, which understated, is a comforting thing for an addict, since going through withdrawal is like having flu symptoms…times 50.

Pure Health Group is committed to helping people addicted to painkillers become opiate free. As far as PHG is concerned, 100 overdose deaths a day is 100 too many. Pure Health Group’s motto:no more deaths from pain pill overdoses.

In 2001, The Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics published a double blind, randomized controlled, clinical study on opiate withdrawal, which was conducted on passionflower extract, (one of the main ingredients in PHG’s products) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11679027. Upon conclusion of the study, it was found that when administered, Passionflower effectively and successfully alleviated physical withdrawal symptoms and reduced mental stress and anxiety in opiate addicts participating in the withdrawal study.

Pure Health Group’s advanced supplements contain superior, proprietatry blends and ingredients, clinically proven to help alleviate withdrawal symptoms. Additionally, the company is backed by the famous Dr. Bal Raj, a double board certified orthopedic surgeon who has had over a decade of experience with pain care management and treatment.

Here are some more facts on the products themselves:

“The Withdrawal Relief Complex© System” is comprised of three different nutraceutical bottles. The 3 bottle, 60 days system contains Daytime and Nighttime formula bottles designed to alleviate the most acute withdrawal symptoms people initially experience within the first 30 days of the withdrawal process. The Daytime Relief© formula is taken first thing in the morning to help with symptoms such as lethargy, depression and fatigue. Before bedtime, one takes the Nightime Relief© formula and symptoms such as anxiety, restless legs syndrome, insomnia, nausea and GI disorders are put at bay, letting one fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. The nutraceuticals work quickly: within minutes after ingestion, they begin to alleviate the symptoms.

The Craving Control Relapse Relief©, is step two of the system and is taken in the second month of treatment. It has been designed to not only reduce craving and relapse, but also engineered to repair receptors in the brain damaged from opiate overuse. This opiate reparitive product spent three years in research and development. PHG’S chief nutraceutical scientists worked endlessly to refine their pharmaceutical grade Craving Control Relapse Relief©. And, it’s the first ever product to naturally repair damaged receptors in the brain. PHG considers this second step essential for complete addiction recovery.

The painkiller addiction epidemic is serious; someone your know could be struggling with an addiction, and a call to action is clear: get people of the pills before it’s too late. It is Pure Health Group’s goal to help end opiate/prescription painkiller addiction. Their commitment is unending and they vow to eradicate this epidemic. Bottom line: their company, their mission and diligence is admirable. Their goodwill is on track to save lives and they are making great strides to end painkiller addiction. Kudos to you PHG. Keep up the good work.

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