What Are The Components of Drug Withdrawal

What is drug withdrawal? It is the experience that a person who is addicted to drugs goes through at the outset when quitting. A drug addict may also face withdrawal symptoms when he or she can’t get another fix and has gone longer than normal without using the drug. If you have ever been a regular coffee drinker, you can get some idea of what drug withdrawals are like when you think of how you feel when you skip your morning cup. You might feel a headache, or perhaps you get irritable and snappy with your family or co-workers. This…

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Heroin Addiction Special Interview

Yea, I was addicted to heroin for 12 years and I found Narconon. Especially what done it for me with Narconon was the fact that they didn’t use drugs to bring me off the drugs I was already on because I’ve been in medical detoxes since I was addicted to methadone. I’ve been to countless number of doctors for Valium. And none of it worked. I was just putting more poisons into my body. Narconon basically saved my life. It helped me restore my creativity. It helped me develop as an artist. And it helped me live a better clean…

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ALCOHOL RECOVERY – PART II – WITHDRAWAL

MEDICALLY SUPERVISED WITHDRAWAL Withdrawing from any substance to which one has become addicted is not easy. In fact, it is one of the most difficult things a person can experience. No inquisitor of the middle ages could have devised a torture which is actually worse than withdrawal from drugs and alcohol. In addition to the pain, anguish and suffering which can be caused by drug withdrawal, withdrawal from certain substances can actually cause effects which are harmful or, at the extreme, potentially fatal. Any legitimate rehabilitation program will take this into account, and will include procedures to insure that the…

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