The painkillers that could make chronic pain WORSE: ‘Endorphins become less effective and make people more sensitive’


Josie Cowan has learned to ration prescription painkillers to three tablets a day, keeping the rest of the box at her mother’s house, so she doesn’t give in to temptation.

The 24-year-old barmaid has been taking high dose co-codamol pills for 12 years after initially being prescribed a four-week course by her GP for a back injury she suffered on a trampoline as a teenager.

Each tablet contains 30mg of codeine – a strong, potentially addictive opioid from the same family of drugs as morphine.

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