Let me start by saying that if you’re seriously looking for the easiest ways to get prescribed pain pills, then you really are in pain. Mental pain. I don’t mean to bust your balls, I totally get the curiosity -that’s why I’m writing this article- but please don’t take what your read here as advice. If you’re really that desperate go see a shrink, or just skip that step and check yourself into rehab. Now, let’s learn a little something and laugh about how screwed up society is!
I’ve never personally had to embark on the search for opioids, maybe because that’s just not that much of a thing in my country (Yay, third world!), although we have a lot of other harmful crap. Sadly for the USA, you are way more screwed than we are: you’re doing heroin-level stuff, so of course you can get addicted to it if you don’t treat it with respect, and EVEN IF YOU DO! That is SO irresponsible of your health care system, your mom should be ashamed -that means you, Britain. It can literally happen to anyone, because it’s legal, and it’s been right there, at the grasp of your hands for so many years. Some people blame Obamacare for the spike in opioids abuse because it made them “free”. Personally, I think it’s stupid to blame it on public health; it’s years of bad regulations giving birth to its natural damn mess.
Just now awareness has risen, and you’ve still got a long way to go. Upon asking people, “a surprising 56 percent of the public say they have some personal connection to the issue – either because they say they know someone who has taken a prescription painkiller that wasn’t prescribed to them, know someone who has been addicted, or know someone who has died from a prescription painkiller overdose.” That’s what has made you junkies, and the thing is that you can basically get them anywhere else. This is an article about getting prescribed drugs, but the truth is: if you really want to get them, the last thing you need is a doctor’s order.
Like I said, I don’t think any of the following are good ideas, and if you’re in pain you should definitely try something else, because besides being addictive, there’s a whole lot of things that are wrong with opioids. For one, as this website states “Your nightly glass of wine should be off-limits”. If it was me who had to take this advice, I’d be thinking “Great, now I feel like a pill-popper and a drunk!”. If you’re bound by it, the guy can tell you what NOT to do if you’re trying to get pain pills prescribed, and if you want to go even further, here are the 6 Easiest ways to Break your Finger, Hand, or Wrist with Little Pain. I wouldn’t recommend it, though.
That being said, click next to get some very bad ideas on how to ruin your life. Best of luck!