Drug & Alcohol Rehab Treatment Overview
Lifestyle behaviors that respond well to Low Level Laser Wellness Therapy include the abuse of drugs and alcohol.
Withdrawal from Drugs or Alcohol can be difficult, but with the advancement of Low-Level Laser technology withdrawal and cravings can be minimal or nonexistent.
If you have never experienced a real addiction or been to rehab in Toronto, then it may be hard to understand. You may be tempted to criticize, lecture or moralize. We all know that approach doesn’t work.
The addiction centers in the mind and it is the only disease that tries to convince people that they don’t have it. Psychologists call this the state of denial.
Many people are stuck in a cycle of addiction because their unhealthy lifestyle behavior is a substitute for healthy coping mechanisms. This means their emotional growth was stunted at some point and it stays that way until they recover.
Using drugs or alcohol feels like a quick escape solution, but always results in serious long-term health and relationship problems.
Far from seeking substance rehab treatment, many addicts and alcoholics persist in self-destruction despite knowing the extreme consequences.
You want to quit but you feel trapped.
It has nothing to do with ‘will-power’. Your brain is physically addicted to ‘feeling good’ and demands the substance.
How long will it take to overcome your addiction? Every person and situation is different. But if you are ready to begin, NuLife Laser & wellness clinic is the step towards a Nulife.
- To replace the physical need, relieve the physical cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
- To detoxify and repair your body as it heals.
- To learn new ways to cope with everyday stress and anxiety.
- To change and avoid the environment and people who encourage your addiction or habit to continue.
- Deal with your physical dependency and withdrawal symptoms by using Low-Level Laser on acupuncture points on the ear, wrist, body, knee and feet.
- Detoxify and repair your body with nutritional supplements, herbs and exercise to help you with healthy ways to cope with life and keep you on track – otherwise known as behavior modification
You would think it was easy just to put the drink down. Instead of pouring yourself another glass of wine, just don’t. I knew in my head that it should be that easy, but it wasn’t. There was something more, something physiologically that was making me pour and drink the next drink. It was stronger than I was. I consider myself to be a very strong person. I deal with life-altering situations at work on a daily basis, but when I get home at night, my life was the one that used to be altered by booze. I won’t go into all the details of alcohol addiction, but if you’re reading this and wondering if you might be just like me, chances are you’re closer to the first step of getting a handle on your addiction. Suspecting or questioning yourself about whether or not you have a problem is usually the first sign you are ready to seek out treatment. For yourself. Do it for you. NuLife was able to help me get through my withdrawals, and keep me on course for the physiological issues related to my alcoholism. I’ve been sober now 2 years and 89 days.
Life in the fast lane. It’s either sink or swim. You take a moment to breath and someone has stepped on top of you and moved to the spot you’ve been working your tail off for. You move up, however the years and years of long hours, fast paced environments and high stress situations take their toll. I would leave the office at ungodly hours. I developed problems sleeping so I started having a drink or two (or six) before going to be to help me unwind and to sleep. I knew I had developed a problem and the way I was dealing with my stress and sleeping problems, I inadvertently created another one. Then I got an e-mail one day for a ‘stress management’ seminar with NuLife Laser and Wellness center. It was 30 minutes long and I figured that I would go and check it out. I was a bit skeptical. A Laser to fix my issues. Really? But the more I listened the more it made sense. Not only was I able to invest in assistance to help with my physiological stress symptoms, I was also able to seek treatment to stop having to drink to be able to sleep at night. I don’t take time for lunch very often, but I know that lunch break may have saved my life.
- You need to be truly committed to stopping your addiction.
- You need to stop the abusive substance or substances.
- That leaves a void that must be filled before you can learn new ways to deal with life.
The NuLife Laser treatment fills that gap! “It is very effective in treating the physical dependence and withdrawal”.
Safe, natural nutritional supplements will relieve your body of the harmful toxins and help repair the damage. As a bonus, these nutrients will aid in calming you down and promoting restful sleep. This will assist you in having a clear mind and be free to focus on your recovery.
NuLife Laser technicians are committed to your success and will teach you positive lifestyle changes. Initially, sessions should be scheduled daily. Then gradually scheduled further apart as you adjust to your new lifestyle.
Staying off drugs or alcohol depends on your determination and support system.
NuLife Laser is not a quick fix but the success of laser wellness therapy will relieve a lot of the withdrawal discomfort of kicking the habit, while also restoring the body’s energy and internal functions to stronger normal levels.
- Relaxation and stress reduction.
- Relieved depression.
- Decreased withdrawal symptoms.
- Eliminate cravings.
- Clearer mind and a sense of purpose.
- Better sleep and less drowsy.
- More energy.
- More controlled appetite.
- Bowel functions improved.
- Renewed interest in their surroundings.
- Regaining interest in conversation and reading.
Laser acupuncture therapy rehab treatments in Toronto have been shown to be very effective for relieving many of the symptoms of alcohol abuse.
Therefore, it has action to help drinkers to give up drinking.
Refers to the physiological process of overcoming addiction to drugs such as heroin or other narcotics, barbiturates, or amphetamines, by complete cessation of use.
Opiate molecules have a chemical structure similar to endorphins – a natural hormone that regulates pain and pleasure. When a drug user shoots up, the opiates in the drug plug into the nerve receptors normally occupied by endorphins. If opiates are administered repeatedly, endorphin production drops.
The body has essentially been tricked into short-circuiting the natural pain-pleasure regulation system.
The addiction turns ugly when the opiate is withheld. Without the presence of either the opiates or the natural endorphins, an addict’s pain receptors cease to regulate brain signals.
The unimpeded flow of stimulation causes acute pain while triggering a cascade of reactions throughout the body: sweating, uncontrollable diarrhea, vomiting, and severe depression. It’s not fatal – though it may feel like it – and the addict often relapses just to stop the torment.
It usually takes two to three weeks of suffering before natural endorphin production resumes and the pleasure-pain equilibrium is restored.
Considering the ordeal, it’s not surprising that quitting cold turkey works only about 5% of the time. To improve on that success rate, drug treatment experts have traditionally relied on three approaches: methadone, symptomatic treatment, and Narcotics Anonymous. Methadone is an opiate that don’t produce a high. An addict taking these drugs has essentially moved from a risky, illegal dependency to a safer, legal one. But if they don’t take the methadone, withdrawal begins within hours.
For users who don’t want to be addicted to any substance, treating the symptoms with a combination of anti-nausea, anti-diarrhea, and sedation drugs can help ease the pain of withdrawal. Finally, the support of an NA group is usually recommended in conjunction with all other treatments. These methods have a success rate of 30% to 40% after a year.
NuLife Laser & Wellness Clinic has a better way to kick opiate addiction – one that painlessly stimulates the release of endorphins.