Why Detox is
Many addicts will do anything to avoid the pain of detox. They plan to use only a little heroin or to switch to another opiate. The temptation makes sense; no one wants to suffer through detox. Once you’ve become an addict, however, your body will never react the same to heroin again. You can’t use it only once, or only recreationally. Any use will re-trigger the addiction process. You have to stop, and the only way out of this addiction is through the process of detox.
Detox: Just the
Detox is the first step on the journey to addiction recovery, not the whole story. Once you’ve gotten clean from heroin, you’ll still need to begin putting back together the pieces of your life. We help addicts at all stages of the recovery journey, from detox and beyond. We can help you, too. Let us show you how the right therapy, the right support, and the right complementary, compassionate modalities can make a difference as you journey toward a life free of heroin. We’re standing by ready to help you. Are you ready to begin living the life you deserve? Call us today!
Addicts have long heard that addiction is a disease. We have revolutionized addiction treatment with our treatment program. We treat with an enzyme called NAD. Studies show that NAD is often low in addicts, which may be why they turn to drugs in the first place. Then, the process of addiction further lowers NAD levels. This creates a vicious cycle that keeps addicts unhealthy and addicted.
So what’s the big deal about NAD? Our studies suggest that NAD powers important reactions in every cell of the body and that it supports the functioning of neurotransmitters, which are chemicals that help the brain send and receive signals. When NAD is low, so too is your brain’s ability to function and your body’s ability to recover.
We support you through the detox process with NAD intravenous drips. Our experience shows us that these help support and nourish the brain. This may make heroin detox less painful, help you recover more quickly, and can reduce the risk of a relapse. When you’re ready for recovery to begin, contact us. You deserve the best, and we’re ready to offer it.