Unfortunately, you aren't going to enjoy hearing what I am about to tell you about how to stop Oxycodone Withdrawals. In reality, you cannot just stop the withdrawals. The only way you can stop them from happening is if you take Oxycodone, which is also called Oxycotin. But that is not what you want to do now, is it? Most likely you are here because you are trying to quit your addiction that you have with the drug. When you attempt to do an Oxycodone Detox or quit taking the drug cold turkey, you will have withdrawals. This is slightly assuming that you or someone you know has been taking the drug in high doses, and/or for a prolonged period of time. The withdrawal symptoms can be a living hell for someone who's body is addicted to the drug.
The body has been use to Oxycodone flowing through the body every day. The brain has gotten use to operating while the drug is in the body system. After taking it for a long time and you decide to quit taking it, your body will not like the absence of Oxycodone and it will be excruciating. The closest way to not experience Oxycodone withdrawals is to be admitted to a detox center where they will put you to sleep and detox you while unconscious.