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Drug Rehab for Lansing, MI


Drug abuse destroys families and claims lives. When you are searching for an effective drug rehab in Lansing, you will be pleased to know that you have found the solution at the Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation center only an hour away in Albion, Michigan.

Rehab in Michigan

The holistic approach at the Narconon Freedom Treatment Center enables an addict to leave drugs behind and learn to live a life of sobriety. This residential facility is effective in the many ways it approaches drug recovery, as shown by its high 70 percent success rate.

Narconon Provides Drug-free Rehabilitation for the Addict

Most drug rehab programs insist on the use of substitute drugs as a method of handling withdrawal, continuing the administration of these drugs throughout the program and long after it is done. With Narconon, there are no drug substitutes or other medications used. Narconon knows that success in lasting sobriety depends on not giving a recovering addict more addictive drugs.

Success depends on helping the addict deal with the aches and pains of withdrawal, on providing nutrients to the body that were depleted from an addicted life and on proofing the individual from possible relapse. Narconon uses good nutrition, relaxation techniques and more to make a tolerable withdrawal and a successful program.

Alternative Treatment Leading to a Lasting Life Without Drugs

Carefully supervised by trained staff, the recovering addict is taken through withdrawal, overseen by trained staff who carefully monitor his progress. Once through the withdrawal step, the person begins the Narconon New Life Detoxification Program. This detoxification program addresses the toxins that have become stored in the body through drug use.

Drugs do not all leave the body when drug use ceases. Residues from the drugs remain lodged in the fatty tissues of the body. When conditions are right, these chemicals reenter the blood stream, creating effects known to be related to drug use, such as slow and unclear thinking.

These stored drugs have been involved in triggering drug cravings long after drug use has ceased. Therefore, it is vital to remove them. This is exactly what the Narconon New Life Detoxification Program does. With the use of a regimen of nutritional supplements, a low-heat sauna and moderate exercise, these toxins are flushed from the system.

Next comes the matter of addressing the addicted person's life issues. Relationships and situations in an addicted person's life have been harmed if not devastated by his or her drug abuse. Certain stresses and people contributed to the person starting the use of drugs in the first place. Narconon's life skill courses are the way to deal with these issues.

One such life skill course is the Ups and Downs in Life Course. It provides the drug addict an understanding of people and situations in life that created problems for him, and enables him to be better equipped in dealing with them rather than reaching for a pill or a drink.

Saving Addicted Lives with Narconon

Drug addiction is a storm raging in Michigan. Families face devastation and heartbreak when a family member has entered this wild and often violent hurricane. In Lansing, as in other parts of Michigan and the United States, prescription drug abuse has become more prevalent than that of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and other illicit drugs. However, that doesn't mean these other drugs aren't widely available. With drug-induced deaths quadrupling over the last ten years in Michigan, it's vital to find an effective drug recovery facility and get your loved one out of his or her trap.

The holistic treatment of the Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation center provides a successful program leading to lasting sobriety. Your loved one in Lansing can achieve the long-awaited freedom from drug addiction problems. Contact Narconon today at 1-800-775-8750.


Resources:

http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mdch/RxOTC_Summit_Report_340511_7.pdf

http://www.mdch.state.mi.us/pha/osr/deaths/Drugsdx.asp










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