If your loved one has turned to lies, hostility, even theft, and is lost to drug addiction, you are well familiar with the devastation and heartbreak this causes. Families and friends of addicts feel desperation and helplessness, knowing the addict could end up in jail or dead from drug abuse. When searching for a solution, you have found it with the Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation center.
Not far from Orlando, Florida, you'll discover a Narconon center just right for your loved one. Only two hours away is Narconon Suncoast in Spring Hill, a residential facility offering an effective program for lasting recovery.
There are a large number of treatment centers in Orlando and nearby. However, you'll find these programs often use drug substitutes in withdrawal and throughout the program of recovery. These substitute medications are toxic, putting more stress on an addict's already stressed body. Drugs used in treatment often include methadone, Suboxone, Valium, Xanax and others. All drug substitutes are addictive, which compounds the problem. Since many are still prescribed long after the addict completes the rehab program, one addiction is just traded for another. This isn't the best path to living a happy and productive life with freedom from drug use.
The Narconon program uses no drug substitutes in the recovery process. This holistic and effective program addresses the physical and mental difficulties experienced in recovery by other means. For example, an addict's body is depleted of vital nutrients after long-term drug abuse. Narconon recovery uses generous nutritional support to replace these nutrients, as well as an innovative detoxification to eliminate any residual drugs.
To achieve its 70% success rate, the Narconon program addresses a number of vital aspects of recovery. For instance, the withdrawal process is made more tolerable with one-on-one work with knowledgeable staff who carefully monitor the individual throughout. The drugless withdrawal is supported with generous nutritional supplements and specific relaxation techniques to ease the pain, sickness and difficulties experienced.
Soon after withdrawal, the recovering addict begins the innovative Narconon New Life Detoxification Program. When an addict stops drug use, all drugs don't leave the body. Drug residues remain stored, lodged in the fatty tissues of the body and releasing into the blood stream under the right conditions. These toxins are known to cause foggy thinking and can contribute to triggering drug cravings even years after drug use has ceased. In the Narconon New Life Detoxification Program, with a combination of low-heat sauna, moderate exercise and an exact regimen of nutritional supplements, these drug residues are flushed from the system. Those completing this phase of recovery talk about how their cravings left with the residues.
That is not the end of the recovery program at Narconon. Each recovering addict must be proofed against factors that led the person to begin drug use in the first place. For example, it can happen that someone in the past influenced the person to use drugs, even when he or she had decided to stop. The Narconon Ups and Downs in Life Course shows an individual how this occurs and how to avoid being harmed by such people.
Another Narconon Life Skill Course is the Personal Values and Integrity Course. This life skill course helps to restore and rebuild one's personal integrity and the trust of one's fellows. After studying this information, the recovering addict is much better equipped to weather the stresses of life without reaching for a drink or a pill.
Orlando, Florida is within law enforcement's designated Central Florida High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. Cocaine and abuse of controlled prescription drugs is of major concern in this region. Rogue pain management clinics, known as "pill mills," operate extensively throughout Central Florida, including Orange County. They make illegal drugs widely available. It is vital, therefore, to find a way to achieve lasting sobriety for an addict before he loses his freedom or life to the problem.
Healing addicted lives is what the Narconon program is all about. You have found the solution to your loved one achieving freedom from drug addiction. Contact Narconon today at 1-800-775-8750.